Tate Britain Workshop

Lessons in Counter Forensics: Navigation

Join a seminar and workshop which explores image sources and data

This seminar deals with navigating between multiple image sources. Contemporary incidents tend to produce a huge number of videos and data, inducing changes in the acts of viewing and investigating. Rather than cutting, composing and editing source material – as one would do when editing a film – the practice of forensics must conserve all sources in their original condition and duration. Weaving a story necessitates platforms for navigation in which the ‘situated perspectives’ of multiple points of view can be located within time-based 3D models – navigational landscapes that are both virtual and photographic.

The workshop will explore the determination of the location of images or videos without metadata – ‘image synchronisation’ the creation of navigable spaces from image and data, the composition of photographic spaces from ‘photogrammetry’, as well as the analysing space via ‘motion tracking’.

Tate Britain

Millbank
London SW1P 4RG
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Date & Time

17 November 2018 at 14.00–18.00