17 projects recently were provided with an innovation grant from the Stimuleringsfonds voor de Journalistiek (SVDJ). What are the initiators all about? Five questions to Noortje van Eekelen and Belle Phromchanya about The Common Affairs. The full interview has been published at the website of SVDJ.
An Interview with Daan Louter (The Guardian) | PART 1
The idea was that the visual team should be quite autonomous and produce stories as well. But I am not sure if it really worked.
| TCA | research
On a regular busy afternoon in the newsroom, Daan Louter managed to find a quiet corner at The Guardian headquarters in London for a skype conversation with us …
HOW ELSE #4
James Bridles' Dronestagram
| Paula Minelgaitė | research
Socially engaged publishing and meaningful aesthetics can make journalism more accessible to a broader audience. An example of this is artist’s James Bridle’s Dronestagram. It was a four-year project which published aerial images of landscapes …
'I’m convinced that journalism will improve when imagery becomes more a part of it'
In conversation with Sterre Sprengers (De Correspondent) PART 2
| Noortje van Eekelen | research
After years of faithful service at NRC Next, Sterre Sprengers has been working as Chief Image Editor for De Correspondent for three and a half years already. De Correspondent is a Dutch member-funded journalism platform for independent …
Liquid Traces by Lorenzo Pezzani and Charles Heller
| Yifan Yaing | research
It is generally well known that thousands of migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea end up dying. The route the migrants take is rather arduous and extremely dangerous. The survivors live on as stories and the dead can’t talk. It’s impossible to …
SEEING | An Introduction
Design & Politics in public spaces
| Jessica McCulloch | research
Design interactions in public spaces as “Ways of Seeing” current affairs? The late John Berger wrote about “Ways of Seeing” in 1972 based on his BBC television series …