VIDEOGRAPHIC CRITICISM 7. November 2019 - 8. November 2019 | 18:00 Uhr - 18:00 Uhr
Two-day conference, organised by Heike Klippel (Braunschweig University of the Art, HBK) and Eckart Voigts (TU Braunschweig). Conference language: English. “Video essay” or “videographic criticism” is generally understood as a form of film analysis which does not use written text but formulates a position with images from the the material to be analysed. This has developed into various forms where digital media have established a remix and mashup machine that has generated a rich range of recombinant appropriations – compiled videos, samplings, remixes, reboots, mashups, short clips, and other material involving text, sound, and image. These appropriation practices raise a variety of questions which will be addressed in this conference: from changes in reception and distribution, aspects of researching, teaching and learning, to copyright and referencing.
Christian M. Keathley, Kevin B. Lee, Florian Krautkrämer, Kathleen Loock, Miklós Kiss, Kathrin Rothemund et al.