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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Cultural Policy and Cultural Value: A Disconnect? Perspectives from Australia, the Netherlands and the UK

In addition to devastating the arts sector, COVID-19 has made it abundantly clear that Australia’s cultural policy has been long neglected. In place of a cohesive policy framework that recognises the complex ways that culture creates value beyond that which is economic, a patchwork of policy has arisen. Given the policy void and lack of […]

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#GenderMattersFail

At the end of August, Screen Australia released a self-congratulatory media announcement claiming they had exceeded their (admittedly low) target of 25% participation for women in Australian screen production over the preceding three years (based on an industry initiative they called Gender Matters). We’ve been trying to crunch the data about gender in  Australian feature […]

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This Week: Kinomatics Symposium #3 – Risking Diversity and the Creative Industries

We are excited to hold the third annual Kinomatics Symposium at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) at the end of this week (February 28–March 1, 2019). Public Discussion: Risking Diversity Visiting academic Dr Doris Ruth Eikhof will kick off our theme for this year – Redefining Risk – with a public presentation titled Risking […]