Intensive Media
  • Author : A. McCosker
  • Release Date : 08 October 2013
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Genre : Performing Arts
  • Pages : 185
  • ISBN 13 : 9781137273512

Intensive Media Book Summary

There is something unsettling, but also powerful, in the encounter with individual and collective experiences of human suffering. Intensive Media explores the discomfort and fascination initiated by instances of pain and suffering, their 'aversive affects', as they trouble but also vitalise contemporary media environments.

Intensive Media

Intensive Media

Author : A. McCosker
Publisher : Springer
Genre : Performing Arts
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There is something unsettling, but also powerful, in the encounter with individual and collective experiences of human suffering. Intensive Media explores the discomfort and fascination initiated by instances of pain and suffering, their 'aversive affects', as they trouble but also vitalise contemporary media environments....

Intensive Media

Intensive Media

Author : A. McCosker
Publisher : Springer
Genre : Performing Arts
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There is something unsettling, but also powerful, in the encounter with individual and collective experiences of human suffering. Intensive Media explores the discomfort and fascination initiated by instances of pain and suffering, their 'aversive affects', as they trouble but also vitalise contemporary media environments....

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