Archive for March, 2012
Waking People Up, pt. II: Because There’s a War on For Your Mind
Michael Kackman / Independent Scholar
Radio and the move of fringe politics into the mainstream.
How My Poem Became a Short Film On TV (After Being Art In A Museum)
Thomas Swiss / University of Minnesota
A discussion of new media poetry and other digital collaborations
Tracking the origins of the cinematic framing of undersea environments in order to draw attention to the historical specificity of this view.
Gloved Hands, Pressed Uniforms, and Silver Trays
Herman Gray / University of California in Santa Cruz
Between the relations of subordination and domination in the American south and the English countryside.
The Imaginary SXSWi: If SXSWi is a Dream, Then How Do We Wake Up From It?
Jonathan Hickman and Jennifer Jones / Birmingham City University and University of the West of Scotland
Is SXSWi a Dream World?
South by Southwest Interactive (SxSWi) is a dream. A trade fair in a desert, a pilgrimage, a Mecca, where stories are created and products are launched. It is a sign, a referent, a display. For those who attend, it is cultural capital, it is membership of a club – the ‘have-beens’ [...]
On the narrowness of journalistic coverage of SXSW.
The Future of Television
Amid all the doom and gloom coming from incumbent broadcasters as they face the fact that some of their spectrum may go away and that people are finding a lot of things to watch besides their channels, a perennial bright spot for most media industries is South by Southwest (SXSW). The [...]