Imagined Media Futures Podcast
The Imagined Media Futures podcasts features leading Australian and Indian creative entrepreneurs exploring innovative and sustainable collaborations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Featuring five episodes with Indian and Australian guests, the series takes a deep dive into media futures including how the speakers have adapted their businesses, built cross-cultural collaborative solutions and put in place strategies for effective audience engagement.
Collaborative Online Artistic Production
Speakers
David Carberry, Tejas Nair
The practice of technologically augmented art brings new opportunities as well as challenges for creative producers and their audiences. Tejas and David talk about artistic practices in the new normal & discuss the future of cross-border digital collaborations.
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Equalising Voices & The Search for Ethics
Speakers
Mikaela Jade, Shreya Nagarajan
There is a growing need for artistic practices and organisations to be reimagined as more diverse and inclusive. Mikaela and Shreya discuss opportunities to democratise the arts and amplify the voices of Indigenous communities and marginalised peoples
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Strategic Storytelling & The Search for Harmony
Speakers
James Boyce, Amitesh Grover
The explosion of digital creation and consumption formats has brought in new players and undiscovered audiences for Australian and Indian content. James and Amitesh share their experiences of pivoting and engaging audiences with these tools while exploring new methods to activate and disrupt futures.
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Digital Existentialism & The Search for Identity
Speakers
Dr Betty Sargeant, Akshat Nauriyal
The media and entertainment industry has seen catalytic growth of previously emergent and experimental formats. In this episode Betty and Akshat explore two opposing forces that define Digital Existentialism; bringing people together through a digital medium, while encouraging the individual to reflect inward.
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Bilateral Architectures for Artistic Production
Speakers
Dr Pippa Dickson, Avinash Kumar
New and experimental technologies seek to resolve the challenges in global collaborations in the arts sector. Pippa and Avinash explore avenues to facilitate new cultural relations between Australia and India focusing on promoting peer-to-peer collaborations with technology as a tool.
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