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The Art of Immersion (and other things)

This is a book about storytelling memory imagination and sharing. Rose takes us through many stories that outline the changes to media production and consumption following the digital revolution. He does this well but telling stories about people: the movers … Continue reading

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Symposium–February 3rd 2015

Yesterday’s symposium consisted of a wide ranging discussion of all sorts of things. Interactivity (eg Blast Theory) , destruction (eg Michael Landy) – where definitions of art and games don’t really work any more eg in some interactive games that … Continue reading

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Symposium and reflection on Lev Manovich’s The Practice of Everyday (Media) Life

Today’s tutorial was a fascinating discussion about the nature of the web and the pros and cons it offers us in terms of art making, sharing and engagement. Rather than summarise the discussion (that is on Skype anyway, I have … Continue reading

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