Garrett Lynch, Nicolas Maleve, Gaia Tedone, Ioanna Zouli @ LSBU Southwark Campus
Friday 10 July 2016, 9:00-17:00
Post-Screen Cultures/Practices is a one-day practice/research symposium hosted by the School of Arts and Creative Industries at London South Bank University, with support from the Journal of Media Practice and the Media, Communications and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) Practice Network.
With the proliferation of mobile devices the presence of the screen in every day life is ever more pervasive, personal and immersive. In the last five years, for example, the tablet has become the must-have device, with over half of UK households (54%) now owning one (Ofcom, 2015). Raised as ‘screenagers’, one in ten (11%) 3-4 year olds now have their own tablet as a pacifier, educational aid and entertainer (Ofcom, 2015). Our urban spaces offer up new forms of interaction as the numbers of screens multiply. Via the screen we navigate an evolving media and cultural landscape that is increasingly interactive, intuitive and always on.
This symposium will focus on practice research and will feature papers, presentations of practice, screenings and demonstrations. A special issue of the Journal of Media Practice will be devoted to publishing a selection of practice research presented at the symposium.
“Exploring the Networked Image in ‘Post’ Art Practices”, by Garrett Lynch
“Retinas’ Routines”, by Nicolas Malevé
“Commodification and the Networked Image: The Case of a T-shirt/Image”, by Gaia Tedone
“‘I Love to Imagine You Watching Me’: Discussing Liveness and Spectatorship in the BMW Tate Live Programme”, by Ionna Zouli