The paper examines how traditional analogue media are being supplemented by digital media and the impact it is having on creative and artistic practices. Digital media is best understood as a complex process that involves the transformation of existing cultural forms and skills leading to more hybrid media forms and interdisciplinary practices. Such changes have not only altered the experience (or phenomenology) of practice but also changed the status and role of the body as a media tool. This paper offers students the opportunity to explore theoretical concepts and critical perspectives relevant to persistent change in media practice from historical, trans-cultural, and aesthetic perspectives.
|Internal assessment / examination:||100:0|
Semesters and Locations
|Occurrence Code||When taught||Where taught|
|19A (HAM)||A Semester : 25 Feb 2019 - 23 Jun 2019||Hamilton|
Timetabled Lectures for Digital Arts and Cultures (MEDIA203)
|Wed||10:00 AM||12:00 PM||S.G.01||Feb 25 - Jun 2|
NB:There may be other timetabled events for this paper such as tutorials or workshops.
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Indicative Fees for Digital Arts and Cultures (MEDIA203)
The following 2018 paper outlines are available for MEDIA203. Please contact the Faculty or School office for details on 2019 outlines.
Other available years: Digital Arts and Cultures - MEDIA203 (2018)
Paper details current as of : 14 December 2018 12:01pm
Indicative fees current as of : 14 November 2018 10:11am