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.


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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