• #MINA publications October 31, 2015

    During the last years MINA published several special issue in the Journal of Creative Technology and Ubiquity the Journal of Pervasive Media 


    Ubiquity is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed journal for creative and transdisciplinary practitioners interested ...


    The MINA Mobile Creativity and Innovation Symposium and the International Mobile Innovation Screening provide a platform for filmmakers, artists, designers, researchers, educators and industry professionals to debate the prospect of wireless, mobile and ubiquitous technologies in art and design, education, and the creative industries and on-going development of mobile social ...

  • Mobile Phone Filmmaking Workshop October 16, 2013

    18 -19 November | Auckland | 9am – 4pm

    MINA co-founders, Laurent Antonczak and Max Schleser will be leading a two-day intensive workshop that will give an overview of the many styles and techniques used to create films using a mobile phone. Participants will explore the ideas, scripting, shooting and ...

  • Max Schleser June 29, 2012

    Mobile-mentary (mobile documentary) 2.0

    Mobile filmmaking entered the mediascape from 2004 onwards and not only introduced a new aesthetic but also established prospects for cultural innovation. The paper will point at the development in mobile video towards the sociability (de Souza e Silva 2006) and ‘connectivity’ of mobile filmmaking. The transformation ...

  • Andrew Quitmeyer June 26, 2012

    Semi-Automatic Filmmaking with Mobile Devices

    Digital filmmaking has significantly impacted documentary films by decreasing the costs of production, editing, and distribution. Few digital affordances, however, have been applied to improve the actual filmmaking process; most documentary productions continue to abide by the legacy practices. First, documentarians gather massive amounts of subject ...

  • Gavin Wilson June 26, 2012

    The Body as Physical Conduit for Experience in a Phenomenology of Cell Cinema

    The screening of films made on mobile phones to one or more spectators, either on a mobile phone or projected before an audience, significantly changes the material instrumentality of the phone film with profound consequences for its reception. ...

  • Daniel Wagner June 26, 2012

    Entertainment Lab for the Very Small Screen (ELVSS)

    The ELVSS project challenged film students to adapt the traditional storytelling conventions they’re learning to emerging creation and delivery platforms.

    25 Students in the Bachelor of Performing and Screen Arts at Unitec Institute of Technology in Auckland were lent iPhones to shoot ...

  • Daniel Mauro June 26, 2012

    Speaking without Listening: Limitations of the Online Distribution and Accessibility of Amateur Video

    While mobile and amateur videos capture details and moments often unseen in
    commercial media, very few of these videos reach large numbers of viewers.
    Production is plentiful, yet distribution and consumption pose challenges to any political
    potential they ...

  • Dean Keep June 26, 2012

    The Mobile Aesthetic: Exploiting the possibilities for Creative Practice

    Mobile phones are intimate personal devices that are ideal for capturing ephemeral sights, sounds and experiences of the everyday. Their use has become second nature and they are an integral part of a postmodern habitus. We use them to communicate with others, ...

  • Lynne Ciochetto June 26, 2012

    Cellphones: and social services and for the ‘bottom billion’

    Cellphone technology has become much more commonplace in western industrialized nations and amongst the middle and upper classes of emerging nations.  With the introduction of most technologies there are unexpected costs and benefits. One of the unexpected effects of cellphone technology has ...

  • Laurent Antonczak June 26, 2012

    Mobile Devices and Art Museum, a new learning experience.

    The commonplace mobile devices that visitors carry in their pockets are increasingly being used by art museums as educational resources that extend the visitor’s learning experience. By offering visitors platform-specific applications that deliver rich, dynamic content, museums are able to engage and ...

  • Camille Baker June 26, 2012

    MINDtouch: Mobile Media Performance

    The mobile media performance project, MINDtouch: Ephemeral Transference, a PhD art research work completed in 2010 and published in 2011. It proposed that the mobile videophone become a new way to communicate non-verbally, in real time, across different physical and technological environments and locations. Users ...

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