The Post-Secret State: Openness and Transparency in the Era of Gov 2.0

Clare Birchall, Peter Woodbridge, Gary Hall

    Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchDigital or Visual Media

    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherCentre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, Australia
    Publication statusPublished - Jun 2012

    Bibliographical note

    This is a digital video published in an online multimedia journal called CTRL-Z, issue 1. Author's note: - Significance: -
    Provides evidence of the:
    • ongoing media debates around privacy and secrecy related to the wikileaks phenomena, the Leveson Enquiry and the ongoing development of problematic within open and participatory forms of culture.
    • work is significant both in terms of content and form- a film based submission along with a written that relates to a number of theories within new media
    • related to cultural studies and philosophical debates in new media, peer production of culture.
    • Uses experimental based research approach combining a number of areas of visual studies and cultural theory. • Argues, in a pragmatic way, around how we might experiment with the mode of production for texts dealing with new media theory- critiquing the very way in which certain modes of representation have come to dominate the digital humanities.
    Format: Digital video
    Extent: 8 mins 3 secs.
    Pieces: 1

    Cite this

    Birchall, C. (Author), Woodbridge, P. (Author), & Hall, G. (Author). (2012). The Post-Secret State: Openness and Transparency in the Era of Gov 2.0. Digital or Visual Media, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, Australia. Retrieved from http://www.ctrl-z.net.au/journal/