Smith, Patrick Brian. Spatial Violence and the Documentary Image. Cambridge: Legenda, MHRA (Forthcoming). [link]
Articles (peer reviewed)
Smith, Patrick Brian. “Counter Logistics/Counter Forensics: Seeing the Rot.” Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture 45, no. 1 (Forthcoming, 2023).
Smith, Patrick Brian. “Elemental Documentary: Fire, Forensics and Pyro-epistemologies.” Studies in World Cinema (Forthcoming, 2023).
Smith, Patrick Brian and Kenzie Burchell. “Teaching Media Forensics.” JCMS: Journal of Cinema and Media Studies 61, no. 9 (2022): Online first. [link]
Smith, Patrick Brian and Ryan Watson. “Mediated Forensics and Militant Evidence: Rethinking the Camera as Weapon.” Media, Culture & Society (2022): Online first. [link]
Smith, Patrick Brian. “Documenting Extractive and Indigenous Futurities: Thirza Cuthand and Thomas Kneubühler’s Radical Work.” Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism 47, no. 4 (2020): 50–68. [link]
Smith, Patrick Brian. “The Politics of Spatiality in Experimental Nonfiction Cinema: Jonathan Perel’s ‘Toponimia.’” NECSUS: European Journal of Media Studies 5, no. 2 (2016): 49-71. [link]
Articles (non-peer reviewed)
Smith, Patrick Brian and Adam Harvey. “Counter(media) Visioning and AI.” Heliotrope, 14 September 2022. [link]
Smith, Patrick Brian. “Critical Media Forensics: Theme Week Introduction.” In Media Res, 7 February 2022. [link]
Smith, Patrick Brian, Stephen Connolly and Matthew Gibson. “Visualising Spatial Injustice and Exploitation, Q&A with Alberto Toscano and Miranda Pennell.” Mediapolis, 3 July 2018. [link]
Smith, Patrick Brian and Patrick Brodie. “Documenting Capital: Intersections of Free Trade Zone Architecture and Digital Filmmaking.” Pause Button 4 (2017). [link]
Smith, Patrick Brian and Sasha Crawford-Holland. “Forensics.” In The Lab Book: Situated Practices in Media Studies, edited by Darren Wershler, Lori Emerson, and Jussi Parikka, online. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2022. [link]
Smith, Patrick Brian. “Working/Slow: Cinematic Style as Labour in Wang Bing’s Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks.” In Traditions in World Cinema: Slow Cinema, edited by Tiago de Luca and Nuno Jorge, 180-191. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015. [link]