Narratives from the Long Tail: Transforming Access to Audiovisual Archives

Establishing ‘computational museology’ as a theory and practice that unites machine intelligence with data curation, ontology with visualization, and communities of publics and practitioners with embodied participation through immersive, interactive interfaces.

The impasse in public engagement with collections requires a new model that allows audiences to unfold narrative.

The consummate venture is the notion of a digitally extended cinema actually inhabited by its audience, who then becomes agents of, and protagonists in, its narrative development

Jeffrey Shaw, Future Cinema: The Cinematic Imaginary after Film