Embracing Multi-Linear Tracks in Doing & Presenting Research

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In an attempt towards further embracing multi-linear tracks in doing research and to engage in participatory, co-creative collaboration, I am now working on an Interactive Documentary that allows us to have a little more performative engagement than just being an audience. It also enables the user-interactor to enter into a dialogue with all the material collected during my stay in the Burhwal village (making of Ropani – the film and Digital Burhwal – Collaborative Cultural Archive). 

Audience will be able to become an active user and will be able to weave their own journey through the documentary film. More soon.

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This is how the network of my i-doc looks like after weaving all the Small Narrative Units (SNU) in a way that the viewer can choose the direction of the film.

#idoc #interactivedoc #webdoc #interactivedocumentary

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