Kevin L. Ferguson reflects on VOLUMETRIC CINEMA (2015)

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Kevin L. Ferguson, assistant professor in the Department of English of Queens College/CUNY, author of VOLUMETRIC CINEMA, an audiovisual essay originally published in the first peer-reviewed issue of [in]Transition: Journal of Videographic Film and Moving Image Studies, 2.1, 2015 (Online at: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/intransition/2015/03/10/volumetric-cinema) has kindly written a response to a question posed to him about his video by THE AUDIOVISUAL ESSAY website:

What has making the video contributed specifically to your research process? Did you conceive of it principally as a presentational/expositional object or as an object/process that might generate discoveries of its own for you?

His thought-provoking reflection ranges over his methodology, which clearly crosses the theory-practice divide in fascinating ways, and also considers, importantly, the limits of legibility, both of verbal description and of audiovisual presentation.

You can find the response herehttp://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/audiovisualessay/reflections/reflections-on-av-essays/kevin-ferguson-on-volumetric-cinema/ 

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