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Visualization as Assemblage: How Modesty, Ethics, and Attachment Inform a Critical Design Practice
Visualization is a form of design practice that deploys representational processes of enormous rhetorical and analytical power. What is often left out of the picture is the network of processes which it assembles and the ...
Network Narrative: Prose Narrative Fiction and Participatory Cultural Production in Digital Information and Communication Networks
In this study of prose narrative created explicitly for participatory network communications environments I argue that network narratives constitute an important, born-networked form of literary and cultural expression. ...
Are You Really There? The Mediatized Experience of the 21st Century Concert-Goer
This thesis focuses on the ways cellphone use has further mediatized the concert experience. The cellphones mediatization of the concert experience involves modifications to memory practices, understandings of the concert ...
Abandonware, Commercial Expatriation and Post-Commodity Fan Practice: A Study of the Sega Dreamcraft
This thesis explores the nature of digital gaming platforms once they have been expatriated from the consumer marketplace and have been relegated to obsolescence. In this state, abandonware becomes a site for creative ...
Pre | Digital Liminalities: A Hermeneutics of the Intermedial and Materiality in the Print Intermedial Novel
How can print novels renew a digitally literate readers awareness of media materiality and medial differences? This dissertation develops a hermeneutics capable of analyzing media not only for their unique specificities ...
The Sublime as Model: Formal Complexity in Joyce, Eisenstein and Stockhausen
The Sublime as Model: Formal Complexity in Joyce, Eisenstein and Stockhausen, undertakes an investigation of three paradigmatic late-modernist works in three mediums James Joyces novel, Finnegans Wake, Sergei Eisensteins ...