參與式影像在中國 : 以“民間記憶計劃”為例

Participatory Video in China : A Case Study of Folk Memory Project

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Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Publication statusPublished - 18 Apr 2015

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TitleThe First Global Creative Industries Conference
PlaceChina
Period18 - 19 April 2015

Abstract

As a practice-based approach, Participatory Video is more open to the differences and innovations emerging from the practical process in diverse fields. Particular practices can make contributions to development of PV. In this essay I will introduce Folk Memory Project, a representative PV project launched by Wu Wenguang at the Caochangdi workstation. Employing participatory video as a methodology, it not only explores and records unspoken traumatic memories of The Great Leap Famine in China history, but also gradually gets young generation involved into the past and the village. A sense of belonging arises from the process, which finally results in some social actions aiming at sustainable development based on local needs. By exploring its organizational structure and practical process, I illustrate how it contributes to some challenges of PV like sustainability and ethical issues.

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參與式影像在中國 : 以“民間記憶計劃”為例. / TONG, Shan.

2015. Paper presented at The First Global Creative Industries Conference, China.

Research output: Conference Papers (RGC: 31A, 31B, 32, 33)32_Refereed conference paper (no ISBN/ISSN)Not applicablepeer-review