Kinomatics: the industrial geometry of culture

The Kinomatics Project collects, explores, analyses and represents data about the creative industries. Our research is collaborative and interdisciplinary. Our current focus is on the spatial and temporal dimensions of international film flow and the location of Australian live music gigs.
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LGBTQ Representation in the Media Industries

Kinomatics team members Professor Elizabeth Prommer and Professor Skadi Loist have recently lent their expertise to the discussion of LGBTQ representation in theĀ  media and film industry. 185 German actors made headlines for coming out publicly “en masse” in order to advocate for better representation both and off-screen. The #ActOut movement seeks to shed light […]

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Researcher’s Work Passes the “Pub Test”

Kinomatic’s researcher Deb Verhoeven’s groundbreaking gender analysis of grant recipients has been printed onto hard lemonade cans by Sparkke Change Beverage Company. Sparkke Change’s award winning hard lemonade features Verhoeven’s spotlight on Australian research funding’s “Daversity” issue. Verhoeven’s team studied research funding finding that 79 per cent of ARC LIEF grant recipients and 82 per […]

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New Publication: Examining the Kinomatics collaboration networks

Members of the Kinomatics Team, including Deb Verhoeven, Paul S. Moore, Amanda Coles, Bronwyn Coate, Vejune Zemaityte, Katarzyna Musial, Elizabeth Prommer, Michelle Mantsio, Sarah Taylor, Ben Eltham, Skadi Loist, and Alwyn Davidson, published a new work on the research and impact of the Kinomatics project. Disciplinary itineraries and digital methods: Examining the Kinomatics collaboration networks […]