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TIMECODE- Felicity Colman

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Felicity Colman
(Manchester Metropolitan University)

Wednesday 14 November 2012, 6pm, On Location, National Media Museum

‘The Matter of Technology: Bergson, film and media evolution’

Technologies such as film and other content situating media provide  
agency for matter, concepts, and ideas to circulate. Media forms are  
active and affective platforms that facilitate, direct, and sustain an  
event - of subjectivity, of the re- and de-territorialization of  
content, form, or place, of some type of ontological commitment to  
knowledge or belief. This talk will discuss how Henri Bergson’s  
address of technology provides an approach useful for the analysis of  
mediatization processes. How are technologies such as film and other  
content situating media able to facilitate and sustain qualitative  
change? The talk will engage documentary film that is reliant upon the  
matter of technology producing content, as produced and or staged as  
the ‘before or after’ the event [of protest / revolution / of  
militarization / of accident or disaster].

Felicity Colman is Reader in Screen Media and Centre Leader of the  
MIRIAD Media Research unit at Manchester Metropolitan University.  She  
is the author of Deleuze and Cinema (2011 Berg), editor of Film,  
Theory and Philosophy: The Key Thinkers (Acumen Publishing 2009) and  
co-editor of Sensorium: Aesthetics, Art, Life (Cambridge Scholars  
Press 2007).

TIMECODE
a seminar series in media

Run by the Communication Culture and Media research group in the  
Bradford Media School, School of Computing Informatics and Media  
(SCIM), this regular seminar series explores the increasingly  
important relationship between media, technology, culture and society.  
  SCIM has a long tradition of operating across artistic and  
scientific academic disciplines and is expanding its creative  
portfolio. Hosted by the National Media Museum, and supported by their  
superb facilities, the series recognises the importance of the  
National Media Museum as a forum for these critical debates.

All seminars are FREE and begin at 6pm, On Location, National Media  
Museum, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 1NQ. Tel: 0870 70 10 200
http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/

For more information on the series contact: Mark Goodall
([log in to unmask]) Tel +44 (0)1274 236071

http://bms.brad.ac.uk/research/timecode.php

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