Video Documentation of The Justice Syndicate

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Barnard, D. (2018). Video Documentation of The Justice Syndicate. Youtube
CreatorsBarnard, D.
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This short film gives context about the Practice as Research project The Justice Syndicate. It includes interviews with the collaborators on the project and audience members as well as footage of audience members engaging in the experience. The film is also a reflection on the nature of documentation itself.

ContributorsDanilo Moroni (Cinematographer), Rachel Briscoe (Author of screenplay), Joe McAlister, Dr Kris De Meyer and Barnard, D.
KeywordsThe Justice Syndicate
Date01 Sep 2018
Place of publicationYoutube
Web address (URL)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1sipWgnYEv8
FunderfanSHEN
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The Justice Syndicate: how interactive theatre provides a window into jury decision making and the public understanding of law
Barnard, D. and Meyer, K.D. (2020). The Justice Syndicate: how interactive theatre provides a window into jury decision making and the public understanding of law. Law and Humanities. 14 (2), pp. 212-243. https://doi.org/10.1080/17521483.2020.1801137
The Justice Syndicate: Using iPads to increase the intensity of participation, conduct agency and encourage flow in live interactive performance
Barnard, D. (2020). The Justice Syndicate: Using iPads to increase the intensity of participation, conduct agency and encourage flow in live interactive performance. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media. 16 (1), pp. 68-87. https://doi.org/10.1080/14794713.2020.1722916
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The Justice Syndicate: evidence of performances
Barnard, D. (2020). The Justice Syndicate: evidence of performances.
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