>This is an intriguing discussion, particularly as it envelopes ARG
>into the new media orbit. I 've argued that Godard also stands
>strong as a conceptual and methodological precursor of new media,
>especially when his work is taken in dialogue with the concluding
>chapters of Deleuze's cinema books (and when montage is understood a
>bit more flexibly that one finds in Manovich). In addition to
>chapters on Marker,Greenway and Kuntzel and various new media
>artists, I dedicate one to Godard (via King Lear) in my book which
>is in production at Minnesota, Digital Baroque: New Media Art and
Thanks for an intriguing discussion.
Professor of Comparative Literature and English
Curator, The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, Cornell Library
Director of Graduate Studies in Comparative Literature
Director of Graduate Studies in Film and Video
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