Gabriel Menotti | Brazil
Small monuments: Digitization of artifacts and affective memory:
In this workshop, participants should familiarize themselves with 3D scanning techniques, both for the appropriation of digital artifacts and for the making of their own, using a 3D scanning system based on photography. We seek to explore how these technologies can be used in contrast to the great historical narratives as a way of communicating affective memories and preserving important artifacts and places in one’s story.
Gabriel Menotti is an associate professor of the Communication Department of the UFES. He acts as curator and researcher in various forms of cinema. He has a PhD in Media and Communications at Goldsmiths College (University of London) and a doctorate in Semiotics Communications at PUC-SP. He is the author of “Através da Sala Escura” (Intermeios, 2012), a history of the cinematographic exhibition from the VJing perspective, and a coeditor (with Virginia Crisp) of “Besides the Screen: Moving Images
Through Distribution, Promotion and Curation” (Palgrave, 2015) and (with Marcus Bastos and Patrícia Moran) of “Cinema Apesar da Imagem” (Intermeios, 2016).