9781409403579

New Visualities, New Technologies: The New Ecstasy of Communication

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  • ISBN13:

    9781409403579

  • ISBN10:

    1409403572

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2013-04-11
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

Back in the 1980s Jean Baudrillard wrote that public space was collapsing due to a double obscenity: The most intimate operation of your life becomes the potential grazing ground of the media....The entire universe also unfolds unnecessarily on your home screen . He termed this the ecstasy of communication. But today, your everyday life is not just the potential grazing ground of the media, but of anyone with a camera, and the entire universe unfolds not just at home but in the palm of your hand virtually anywhere you travel. Bringing together a transdisciplinary team of leading scholars and artists from North America, Europe and Asia, this volume documents and theorizes this new visibility. It focuses on the proliferation of a range of new visual technologies, examining questions of subjectivity, agency, and surveillance as well as mapping and theorizing new practices of visuality within this new visual assemblage. New Visualities, New Technologies addresses the pressing need for the conceptual understanding of new forms of seeing, looking, presenting, and hiding.

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