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    • Crisis Archives: Assemblage, Interaction, Participation 

      Parry, Kyle Thomas (2015-09-24)
      This study investigates a form of cultural production defined by the gathering of crisis-related media into public web environments. While it is clear that the many varieties of “digital crisis archives” can exhibit novel ...
    • Finding Media: Recordings From Elsewhere, 1936–1965 

      Furste, Zachary A. (2017-05-13)
      This dissertation covers a period in North American and Western European material culture when durational recordings of sound and moving image—namely, photochemical film and lacquer phonographs—passed from novelty into ...
    • Re-Vision: Moving Image Media, The Self, and Ethical Thought in the 20th Century 

      Rennebohm, Katherine Shanne (2018-05-14)
      In “Re-Vision: Moving Image Media, The Self, and Ethical Thought in the 20th Century,” I contend that in order to come to grips with cinema’s effects on ethical thought it is necessary to approach cinema as a medium of ...
    • The Medium as Process: Moving Image in Contemporary Art 

      Pimenta, Joana (2017-05-12)
      Moving image is an unresolved term. Despite its ubiquitous centrality in the discourses and sites of contemporary art, it lacks a sustained history. In its current use, moving image is an overarching designation that ...
    • Virtual Volumes: An Archaeology of Motion in the European Avant-Garde 

      Lee, Jungmin (2018-05-14)
      This dissertation proposes an expansive understanding of volume beyond quantitative measurement and considers it as a sculptural body that exists in perception rather than mass and that is created by motion. It asserts ...