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Transit-Asia Media Lab Lectures Series: Discrete coding: Media stylo as a site-writing subject

  • 2022-04-18
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Transit-Asia Media Lab Lectures Series:

Discrete coding: Media stylo as a site-writing subject

 

Moderator: Joyce C.H. Liu, professor, (ICCS, NYCU)

 

Lecturer: Hsin-I,LIN, Associate Professor, Institute of Applied Arts, NYCU

 

Date & Time: 2022/5/2 (Monday), 13:30-16:30 (TAIPEI TIME, GMT+8)

Location: HC Building II Room106A, NYCU GuangFu Campus, providing online participation using ZOOM (Webinar).

Zoom link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83714175112?pwd=RkcyVGxCS1U4cnRXNGhrcDhzOEI1Zz09
code:985774

Language: Lecture in Mandarin (English Interpretation provided)

 

Introduction

From the observational context of intercultural cinema and multi-sited cultural migration, the presentation of image terms, such as "discrete coding" and "media stylo," is a kind of cultural inter-coding representation of new media film writing formats. First, the focus is that a researcher has to do a thick description on the problematic of "how to present '' audiovisual archives in digital multi-sited, inter-border, cross-interfaced and intercultural images. This is followed by a discussion of how the practical and developmental path from essay film, video essays, and the camera stylo to the media stylo, generates a site-writing subject. Further,  it reassesses how the discrete coding in video essays fractures the linearity of film and then clusters it into an entangled body of mixed images, texts, and multi-sources videos.

 

 

Agenda

13:30-13:40

Opening

13:40-15:40

Speaker’s Presentation

15:40-16:20

Wrap up Roundtables (Q&A)

16:20-16:30

Conclusion


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