Today's episode of The Video Essay Podcast features reflections from the organizers and participants of a recent symposium held in Hannover, Germany from November 2-4, 2022, "Videography: Art and Academia. Epistemological, Political and Pedagogical Potentials of Audiovisual Practices." Learn more about the symposium here
The episode begins with a roundtable discussion between the symposium organizers -- Anna-Sophie Philippi,  Maike Reinerth, Kathleen Loock, and Evelyn Kreutzer -- and is then followed by short reflections from symposium participants on the theme of openness. Specifically, participants were asked to "reflect on the term 'openness', as it emerged prominently in Hannover, such as in its relation to the local and the global, our sense of community and network, and the challenges and potentials that are associated with it." 
[03:12] -- Discussion between Anna-Sophie Philippi (Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf) ,  Maike Reinerth (Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf) , Kathleen Loock (Leibniz University Hannover) , and Evelyn Kreutzer (Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf)
Reflections on Openness 
[22:15] -- Annalisa Pellino (IULM University, Milan)
[24:20] -- Alan O'Leary (Aarhus University)
[27:58] -- Barbara Zecchi (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
[31:43] -- Johannes Binotto (University of Zurich)
[34:30] -- Cormac Donnelly (University of Glasgow) 
[36:53] -- Oswald Iten (Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts)
[41:25] -- Ariane Hudelet (Université de Paris)
[44:27] -- Emily Dreyfus (Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf)
[45:41] -- Kristina Brüning (The University of Texas at Austin) 

[47:22] -- Kevin B. Lee (Università della Svizzera italiana)
[52:09] -- Maria Hofmann (University of Minnesota)
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