Archive for January, 2012
David Murray’s reinterpretation of Nat King Cole prompts me to rehear The Nat King Cole Show, especially in the context of black televisual presence in today’s digital platforms.
A fascinating inquiry into the relationship between controlled temperatures and media technologies.
The anxiety of immersive media communication environments.
The Banality of Violence
Robert Hariman/Northwestern University and John Louis Lucaites/Indiana University
A consideration of banality as a way to index habituated violence which is concealed in paradigms of violence-as-spectacle.
How do we determine the contemporary medium-specificity (or coherency?) of television?