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[CSL]: DANUBE TELELECTURE : Remixing Cinema : Lev Manovich / SeanCubitt

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Interdisciplinary academic study of Cyber Society <[log in to unmask]>

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From: Oliver Grau [mailto:[log in to unmask]] 
Sent: 09 October 2007 17:35
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: DANUBE TELELECTURE : Remixing Cinema : Lev Manovich /
SeanCubitt

The DEPARTMENT FOR IMAGE SCIENCE  presents: 

=> REMIXING CINEMA: FUTURE AND PAST OF MOVING IMAGES <= Danube
TeleLecture #4: Thursday, Nov 8, 2007 - 7pm CET Live debate at the MUMOK
in Vienna 

Lev MANOVICH, internationally renowned media and art theorist
(Russia/USA) Sean CUBITT, expert in film and media theory (Great
Britain/Australia)

Cinema as a visual phenomenon has accelerated increasingly over the last
decades. Technical achievements at the material level like new
participatory models driven by the melting of Internet, Databases, TV
and Cinema are setting new standards and bringing a new dynamic to the
black-box of the movie theater.
Remixing, Coding, Remapping, and Recombination of visual manifestations
are revolutionizing the narrative form of film - new societal phenomena,
like the VJ scene, generate immersive viewing spaces and new forms of
moving image distribution. The domain of video, film, computer and
net-based installations stands on the threshold of a material
revolution: do they bring a new aesthetic?
Revolutionary possibilities in camera and projection techniques offer
increasingly faster development cycles that also allow for innovative
image languages. New historical perspectives of the cinematic revue
coalesce with innovative interpretations of our visual consumer culture
and foretell future developments. What can be expected ... what are the
consequences? 

Introduction:  Oliver GRAU, Department for Image Science, Danube
University 

Danube TeleLecture # 4  from the MUMOK, MuseumsQuartier, Vienna
Time: Thursday, Nov 8, 2007, 7:00pm CET (Start of Streaming)


+ You can attend the event in MUMOK or in realtime over the www +
http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/dis 

After the lectures the audience will have the possibility to ask the
speakers questions.
Internet users may join the discussion via e-mail.

=> Sean CUBITT
Current Publications: Projection: Vanishing and Becoming, in:
MediaArtHistories (2007); The Cinema Effect (2005); Aliens R Us: The
Other in Science Fiction Cinema (2002); Digital Aesthetics (1998);
Videography: Video Media as Art and Culture (1993).

=> Lev MANOVICH
Publications: Abstraction and Complexity in: MediaArtHistories (2007);
Black Box : White Cube (2005; Soft Cinema - Navigating the Database
(2003/5); The Language of New Media (2001)

The Department for Image Science at Danube University Krems created a
new format of international lecture and debates on key questions of
Image Science and Media Art with high-caliber experts - the DANUBE
TELELECTURES. The discussion will be recorded by several cameras and
transmitted live over the www. Online viewers can participate in the
discussion via email. So far the debates have included: Machiko
KUSAHARA, Sarat MAHARAJ, Gunalan NADARAJAN, Christiane PAUL, Paul
SERMON, Jens HAUSER...


contact: Wendy Coones, M.Ed.  
Tel: +43 (0)2732 893-2543
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http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/dis 

PARTNERS: 
MINISTRY FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, DATABASE OF VIRTUAL ART, AUSTRIAN
BROADCASTING SERVICE LOWER AUSTRIA (ORF NOE) 

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