Trigger Warning-This post includes images and stories that may be triggering or frightening for individuals. Vin: How do people cope with the loss of someone through military experiences? Sophie: War is an issue that impacts all parties involved. From those fighting for their country to their families waiting anxiously at home to those grieving aContinue reading “War Stories-Episode 3-Coping With War”
Trigger Warning-This post includes images and stories that may be triggering or frightening for individuals. Vy: Basically, if you watch Hunger Games, it’s more of a practicality but 1000 level max. They are going to see you, no matter who you are. Sophie: The Khmer Rouge was a communist party that ruled over Cambodia fromContinue reading “War Stories-Episode 2-‘Real life Hunger Games’”
Peter: I thought, why do I need a driver’s license? I didn’t even have a push bike! Sophie : Almost 78 years ago, on the 1 of September 1939, Hitler invaded Poland, signifying the beginning of a war that would take more lives and destroy more land around the globe than any previous war. TheContinue reading “War Stories-Episode 1-A Life Saving Drivers License”
Althea and Co The idea for Althea and Co first arose when I noticed the sudden increase of candles appearing on my Pinterest and Instagram. I loved the plethora of different aesthetics and the colours, shapes and blends. I really liked the idea of making and selling candles as I am a very creative personContinue reading “Contextual essay”
Growing up in Tasmania, I had a very different lifestyle to the one I live now. I really wanted to portray my transition from growing up in Tasmania to moving to New South Wales through colour, sound and pace. Colour was one of the main elements I focused on to portray this change. I beganContinue reading “Where I am From”
For the final week of content for BCM112 we discussed surveillance and privacy, specifically within the media. Most of us gravitate to our phones when we are trying to relax. The serotonin enhancing images and sounds that are portrayed on social media are a welcome distraction from the real world. Although being on our phonesContinue reading “Algorithmic control III: Privacy, Surveillance, and the Price of Content”
Locked Appliances vs Generative Platforms Locked appliances are devices that are in control. They have total control over the platform, the information that appears on the platform and all users of the platform. A great example of a locked appliance is an iPhone. Apple falls under permission culture as the company locks the options youContinue reading “Algorithmic control II: Hardware Platforms, Access Permissions and Ideologies of Control”
Before copyright, content creators had no property claims on their intellectual work. People could share and use content as they pleased and as a result people lacked incentive to create things. Berne Convention In 1886 the Berne Convention was founded as a way to protect creators work from being distributed freely. “The core of theContinue reading “Algorithmic control I: Intellectual Property and the Content Control Industry”
Transmedia storytelling is the technique of telling a single story or story experience across multiple platforms and formats using current digital technologies. “Transmedia refers to a set of choices made about the best approach to tell a particular story to a particular audience in a particular context depending on the particular resources available to particular producers.” Continue reading “Transmedia ecologies 1: Music Videos and Advertisement”
Roma, written and directed by Alfonso Cuarón is a Mexican dram film that follows the life of a young domestic worker. The black and white film was nominated for 20 awards in 2019, 9 of which it won. Roma had an international release on Netflix rather than cinemas, in what ways does viewing on Netflix ratherContinue reading “Cinematic Language and Conventions-Roma”
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