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Making research-based digital videos and digital video installations is a way to mobilize and distribute your ideas that allows for easier circulation and a more accessible format than some other scholarly formats.
Your installation plan should answer the following questions.
1.Title of your Digital Video Research Project Plan
- Research Statement: What do you want to learn or communicate with this project? What question do you want to answer? Why? This statement should include references to at least two readings from the course. (600-800 words)
- Method Statement: What kinds of digital video research will you be doing and why? I.e. using found archival or publicly available materials; or using original footage that you make yourself; or using popular culture materials to make a mash-up? Describe the materials that you plan to use or make, describe how you will collect them and describe how you will work with them. (250-300 words)
- Ideal Project Statement: What is your ideal version of this digital video/video installation? Describe what you hope the video/installation will look like and how it will fulfill your research goals. (250-300 words)
- Audience & Circulation Statement: Who are your desired audiences for this project & why? Will it circulate online, in theatres or galleries, festivals, religious institutions, in classrooms, etc. and why do you want it to circulate in this way? How will you access these audiences and realize this goal for circulation? (250-300 words)