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Project 1: Remediation

The Final draft of Project 1. WEPO!

Keyla Cherena

on 30 September 2010

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Transcript of Project 1: Remediation

REMEDIATION Representation of one medium in another. THINK: Adaptations! From...Emma Novel Film Adaptation CLUELESS! Other Examples "Repurposing": to take a "property" from one medium to reuse it in another. (Bolter & Grusin) Repurposing One Extreme "At one extreme, an older medium is highlighted and represented in a digital form without apparent irony or critiques." (Bolter & Grusin) The computer is offered as a new means of gaining access. Google Books?? Electronic Remediations "Creators of other electronic remediations seem to want to emphasize the difference rather than erase it." (Bolter & Grusin) "Expanded Books" Think...E-books! OR PDF's (like we use in class) Digital Medium "The Digital Medium can be more aggressive in its remediation. It can try to refashion the older medium or media entirely, while still making the presence of the older media and therefore maintaining a sense of multiplicity or hypermediacy." (Bolter & Grusin) Think... Live Albums New Medium "The New Medium can remediate by trying to absorb the older medium entirely, so that the discontinuities between the two are minimized." Like...Special Effects or Prosthetics Refashioning "Refashioning within the medium is a special case of remediation, and it proceeds from the same ambiguous motives of homage and rivalry -- what Harold Bloom has called "Anxiety of Influence" -- as do other remediations." (Bolter & Grusin) "At the very least, their work is key to understanding representation in earlier media." (Bolter & Grusin) "Repurposing as remediation is both what is "unique to digital words" and what denies the possibility of that uniqueness." (Bolter & Grusin)
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