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Overview

All 'mediation' stages and distributes real, embodied events. This capacity to enact in the immediacy of everyday life is an integral part of any mediation. But this entails that nothing can be prised apart from an ecology of exprience. Immediation I and II collectively and singularly ask: what are the thinking-feeling imperceptibilities conditioning and immediately registering in experience today?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781785420610
Publisher: Open Humanities Press CIC
Publication date: 11/30/2019
Series: Immediations
Pages: 330
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.74(d)

Table of Contents

The World as Medium: A Whiteheadian Media Philosophy

Andrew Murphie

The Automata of Movement: Immediations of Memory in Hu Jieming’s The Remnants of Images

Ilona Hongisto and Bodil Marie Stavning Thomsen

Resurrecting Television: Memories of the Future and the Anarchival Politics of Joy in Arrested Development

Toni Pape

Nothing Doing: Xu Bing and the Nonsensuous Life of Chinese Characters

Thomas Lamarre

Is Research for Humans Only? A Study of Waste and Value in Two Fab Societies

Stamatia Portanova

Black Magic: Fragility, Flux and the Rewilding of Art

Andrew Goodman

Immediation, Bergson and the Problem of Personality

Erik Bordeleau

Playing Person: An Architectural Adventure

Pia Ednie-Brown

Other-Frames: Media, Mediating, and Immediate Ecologies

Nathaniel Stern

Signaletic Immediations: Sensing New Media as Relational Events and Ecologies

Anna Munster

Mobile Media’s New Multiplexes: Cinema Out of the Box

Alanna Thain

“Pure Experience” and True Detective: Immediation, Diagrams, Milieu

Julia Bee

Immediation

Erin Manning and Brian Massumi in Discussion with Christoph Brunner

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