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In this chapter I examine how Instagram allows mobile filmmakers to produce and distribute granular, personal documentary projects about everyday events through the use of various archive and database methods. Using a practice-led research methodology, I will be reflecting on the processes and outcomes of the of the mobile media film Quo Grab #02, a film made with a series of granular moments that were originally shared on Instagram. As in other mobilementaries, it uses the portability of the mobile device to capture everyday moments, that subsequently were remixed in order to create new meanings through juxtaposition. While the initial granular media objects had a life of their own when posted on Instagram, the final film created with them allows them to take on a broader meaning thanks to the critical distance of the maker to the personal meaning and context contained within the original source material.
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