The Living Archive - A Place, A Moment with Dr Nick John Williams

Alyson Agar (Photographer), Dr Nick John Williams (Developer)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

Nick John Williams and I were awarded the first Tees Valley Screen Residency, in conjunction with The Auxiliary Project Space, Middlesbrough. Funded by Northern Film + Media, Arts Council England and European Economic Development Fund and Tees Valley Combined Authority, we explored augmented reality, immersive media and disruptive open source technology as a way to innovate oral history (and field) recordings within a museological context. We were supported and mentored by
Vlogbase, Digital Capital North East Tees Valley and PROTO (Gateshead). The Living Archive system was designed and developed by Nick John Williams and I provided short film pieces and still photography in response.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2019
EventMiddlesbrough Art Weekender -
Duration: 26 Sep 201929 Dec 2019

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