Ethics of the unseen: Extended Sensibility and Affection in Drone Film Post-production Editing

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Drone usage in site explorations implies direct sensations for the pilot/planner. Footage from drone filming, following post-production editing, also implies direct kinesthetic and synesthetic effects that occur when working ‘on’ the filmic material, leading to affection. Through one drone post-production film, this presentation discusses how the interplay of vision, rhythm, and sound work as a set of gestures forming a sensation as a self-affection modus when engaging with the moving images on the screen. The article examines an extended sensing practice and defines a (new) point of view and extended sensibility emerging from person, tool and site entanglements,—amplifying a sensibility of the unseen affection arising through motion/gestures of editing.
Original languageEnglish
Publication dateOct 2020
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2020
EventAmbiances, Alloaesthesia: Senses, Inventions, Worlds : 4th International Congress on Ambiances - Santa Barbara, United States
Duration: 2 Dec 20204 Dec 2020
Conference number: 4


ConferenceAmbiances, Alloaesthesia: Senses, Inventions, Worlds
CountryUnited States
CitySanta Barbara
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    Research areas

  • Faculty of Science - Drone film post-production editing, extended sensibility, affection, ethics of the unseen

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