Autoethnography and postmemory

Romana Turina, Ciara Chambers
2019 Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media  
Practice as Research (PaR), and Practice-led Research, as studied by Hazel Smith, Roger T. Dean, and Graeme Sullivan, are increasingly being implemented in a wide range of disciplines. In this article, I will report on the methodological trajectory of my creative practice, an autoethnographic work that used film forms as research. The process progressed on three levels of investigation: the narrative, the epistemological, and the ontological. It developed from my personal experience and
more » ... erience and research in the archive, as a network of references supporting and responding to the needs of producing films through the exploration of prior film methodologies, and elaborating novel forms of mediation of history, memory, and postmemory.
doi:10.33178/alpha.17.04 fatcat:f273uqxnvjbhfdv3tn7dspf6om