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Title: Media and Audio Practices: a Search for Philosophical Background of Analysis
Authors: Golovatina-Mora, P.
Rubtsova, E.
Fedorova, K.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Ural University Press
Citation: Golovatina-Mora P. Media and Audio Practices: a Search for Philosophical Background of Analysis / P. Golovatina-Mora, E. Rubtsova, K. Fedorova // Communication Trends in the Post-Literacy Era: Polylingualism, Multimodality and Multiculturalism As Preconditions for New Creativity. – Ekaterinburg : Ural University Press, 2020. – pp. 749-760. – DOI 10.15826/B978-5-7996-3081-2.53
Abstract: Analysis of sound-based media artistic practices will serve as a case of a new media paradigm of contemporary art. This aim is informed by transintermedia, the multimodal nature of these practices that synthesize audio, visual, and proprioceptive forms of artistic communication in today’s media environment, as well as by the integrative nature of the multimedia interactive catalogue/archive that allows one to present on a platform individual projects, their documentation, analysis, geography, authorship, and reception, as well as philosophical reflection by the researchers. Сatalogization, systematic description and philosophical analysis of sound-based media artistic practices will allow for the effective support and promotion of media-art and sound-art practices in the framework of new programs and projects, plans for the development of urban and regional artistic and acoustic social and cultural environments.
Keywords: MEDIA-ART
SOUND-ART
TECHNOLOGY
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/94575
Conference name: Fifth International Research Conference “Communication trends in the post-literacy era: polylingualism, multimodality and multiculturalism as prerequisites for new creativity”
Conference date: 26.11.2020-28.11.2020
ISBN: 978-5-7996-3081-2
DOI: 10.15826/B978-5-7996-3081-2.53
metadata.dc.description.sponsorship: This research was financially supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Grant No. 17-29-09136/20 “Multilingualism in the era of post-literacy: Philosophical and cultural studies and methodological and pedagogical development of a multilingual education model”).
Origin: Communication trends in the post-literacy era: polylingualism, multimodality and multiculturalism as prerequisites for new creativity. — Ekaterinburg, 2020
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