Flow34: Virtual Cinema and Podcasts
A stream for innovative audio and/or visual contributions.
Flow34 - Edition 2023
Flow34 aims to stimulate the use of a broader range of modes for the communication of academic knowledge, complementing conference papers and oral presentations with creative audio and/or visual work. The stream features videos and podcasts that integrate academic and aesthetic dimensions, and that use sound and/or image creatively to communicate academic knowledge.
The videos and podcasts remain accessible online.
The Flow34 works are arranged in five thematic clusters: 1. Logics of representation, 2. Death, religion, and militarism, 3. Identity, gender, and ethnicity, 4. Ageing and Ageism and 5. Space: Transformations and Boundaries.
Read about them and watch the videos below.
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Logics of representation
This cluster involves two visual presentations that focus on colonial photographic images, and the changes and transformations in public service broadcasting.
Anós I ba kim?
by Maria Kowalski, ICNOVA (NOVA Institute of Communication), Portugal
Changing the radio journalism: A short documentary on Czech Radio and podcasts
by Matej Skalicky, Charles University, Czech Republic
Participants: Jaroslav Pokorný, Damiana Smetanová, Josef Tuka (Czech Radio) and Daniel Dolenský (freelance translator)
Death, religion, and militarism
The death, religion, and militarism panel involves three videos exploring the myth of the moral superiority of the military over civilians, grieving after a profound loss, and memories being stored, manifested, re-lived, and transmitted.
Scenes from the extreme right in Brazil: The fusion of militarism and religiosity values
by Pedro Pinto de Oliveira, Federal University of Mato Grosso, Brazil
Nothing Echoes Here
by Jimmy Hay, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
The Moments When We Freeze: Working with Family Archive through Reenactment
by Anastasiya Maksymchuk, Lusófona University, Lisbon
Identity, gender, and ethnicity
The identity, gender, and ethnicity panel involves two videos and two audio works tracing the development of feminist identity, exploring the barrier of systemic racism, questioning the degrees of human-algorithmic interactions, and focusing on contemporary literature from the perspective of African British women writers.
Black Expats and the Re(formation) of Black Identity
by Nandi Pointer, University of Colorado - Boulder, United States
The Egyptian Female Podcasters Podcast Series
by Kim Fox, American University in Cairo, Egypt
How have the internet and multidisciplinary art forms informed/shaped the writing of contemporary Black British women writers, and how is it creating a new language of self-discovery?
by Adjoa Wiredu, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
Black Bloc versus Black Box
by Renée Ridgway, Aarhus University, Denmark
Ageing and Ageism
This cluster involves three videos bringing aging and ageism into focus from different perspectives and within various contexts.
Exploring creative and cultural participation of older minoritised adults through collaborative video production
by Tot Foster, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
In collaboration with Fanny Eaton-Hall, Roland Payne, Elanora Ferry, Erica Harrison, Ruth Harrison, Clare Finnimore, Anne Su, Amy Lo, Lisa Wan and Jeanne Ellin.
‘Encapsulating’ Experience: Stories of Digital Exclusion
by Constance Lafontaine and Kim Sawchuk, Concordia University, Canada
Zoom Zoom: Older adults, community organizations and the digital challenge
by Kim Sawchuk and Samuel Thulin, ACTLab, Concordia University, Canada
Space: Transformations and Boundaries
The three video presentations in the Space: Transformations and Boundaries panel interpret the emptiness, abandonment, contestations, conversations, and transformations of different spaces in different contexts.
by Simber Atay, Dokuz Eylül University Fine Arts Faculty, Türkiye
by Kayla Parker (University of Plymouth, England) and Stuart Moore (University of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom)
Mural to Kampung
by Ali Minanto, Charles University, Czech Republic