Post-screen experiments

Journal article


Aziz, T and Hammond, P (2017). Post-screen experiments. Journal of Media Practice. 18 (1), pp. 1-3.
AuthorsAziz, T and Hammond, P
Abstract

This themed issue presents a selection of contributions from the Post-Screen Cultures/Prac- tices symposium held at London South Bank University in June 2016. It inaugurates what will become a new tradition of publishing an edition of the journal based on the annual MeCCSA Practice Network/JMP Practice Symposium. The 2016 symposium sought to explore the changing nature of our contemporary engagement with emergent screen- oriented technologies. The overarching theme to emerge was that the current moment is in some ways similar to the earliest days of cinema – a time of vibrant experimentation in which, while rejecting the fetishisation of technology and technological determinism, artists and media practitioners are grappling with emerging media forms and new tech- nological contexts in order to harness their potential.

Keywords2001 Communication And Media Studies; 1902 Film, Television And Digital Media; 1505 Marketing
Year2017
JournalJournal of Media Practice
Journal citation18 (1), pp. 1-3
PublisherIntellect
ISSN1468-2753
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1080/14682753.2017.1308745
Publication dates
Print19 May 2017
Publication process dates
Deposited09 Oct 2017
Accepted01 May 2017
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY 4.0
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