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Video Vortex Reader: Responses to YouTube By Geert Lovink & Sabine Niederer
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about the book: The VV Reader is the first collection to deal with the rapidly emerging world of online video. After years of talk about digital convergence and crossmedia platforms we now witness... More > the merger of the Internet and television at a pace no-one predicted. Contributions from scholars, artists and curators evolved from the first two Video Vortex conferences, which focused on responses to YouTube. contributors: Tilman Baumgärtel,Jean Burgess,Dominick Chen,Sarah Cook,Sean Cubitt,Stefaan Decostere,Thomas Elsaesser,David Garcia,Alexandra Juhasz,Nelli Kambouri and Pavlos Hatzopoulos,Minke Kampman,Seth Keen,Sarah Késenne,Marsha Kinder,Patricia Lange,Elizabeth Losh,Geert Lovink,Andrew Lowenthal,Lev Manovich,Adrian Miles,Matthew Mitchem,Sabine Niederer,Ana Peraica,Birgit Richard,Keith Sanborn,Florian Schneider,Tom Sherman,Jan Simons,Thomas Thiel,Vera Tollmann,Andreas Treske,Peter Westenberg. supported by: Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, School of Design and Communication, and XS4ALL.< Less
Urban Screens Reader By Sabine Niederer et al.
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The Urban Screens Reader is the first book to focus entirely on the topic of urban screens. In assembling contributions from a range of leading theorists, in conjunction with a series of case studies... More > dealing with artists’ projects and screen operators’ and curators’ experiences, the reader offers a rich resource for those interested in the intersections between digital media, cultural practices and urban space. Urban Screens have emerged as a key site in contemporary struggles over public culture and public space. They form a strategic junction in debates over the relation between technological innovation, the digital economy, and the formation of new cultural practices in contemporary cities. How should we conceptualize public participation in relation to urban screens? Are ‘the public’ citizens, consumers, producers, or something else? Where is the public located? When a screen is erected in public space, who has access to it and control over it?< Less

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