“How can we document the very process of curating digital archives and databases? How can we frame their evolution, and define what type of knowledge they provide at different stages? What do they tell us? What’s missing? Immersive datascapes (and other modes of knowing) is an interactive, virtual experience that uses data visualization techniques to navigate audiovisual archives and explore their hidden narratives.”
The Media Studies Commission is proud to announce that the research paper Immersive Datascapes (and other modes of knowing), a project by Giulia Taurino (Northeastern University), is now available on the FIAT/IFTA website to download and read.