Digital media are often celebrated in ahistorical, uncritical ways. In this topic, students critically interrogate the promises that are made for contemporary digital media. A range of contemporary media practices, interventions, and assumptions are examined through various theoretical, historical, and philosophical 'lenses'. These include the 'sudden' emergence of productive consumers; the significance of participation; and the aesthetics and poetics of interaction.
This topic aims to:
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