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Investigations in 3D with Shourideh Molavi (Forensic Architecture)

March 12 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

The Brown Institute is pleased to announce the launch of Volumetric Reporting, supported by a Provost Teaching and Learning Grant for Emerging Technology, a seminar and training series which will explore the affordances of volumetric capture and its applications in journalism. The series will begin with talks by Francesca Panetta, formerly of The Guardian and the MIT Advanced Virtuality Lab and Shourideh C. Molavi of Forensic Architecture — who will introduce applications of volumetric capture for reporting and storytelling. Talks will be followed by two workshops introducing students to the technology and then creating 3D spaces from images using photogrammetry.

Investigations in 3D with Shourideh Molavi (Forensic Architecture)


About Shourideh C. Molavi

Shourideh C. Molavi is a writer and scholar in specializing in critical state theory, migration, and border studies. She has over 15 years of academic, legal, and fieldwork experience in the Middle East—focusing on Israel/Palestine—on the politics of space, citizenship, and statelessness, and with an emphasis on the relationship between the law, violence, and power. She is the Lead Israel-Palestine Researcher at Forensic Architecture in London.


photo from Triple Chaser, courtesy of Shourideh Molavi


March 12
11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST