The text illustrates the key role of processes in contemporary media cultures, arguing that interfaces are also ti be considered as pocesses and indicating gesturality as a lens to look at them and the operations they elicit. The piece also brings in the issue of the postdigital to come to terms with the environmentialisation of moving images, and proposes a paradigm of complexity to be the most apt framework to tackle such dynamic and morphing condition.

Contemporary visual culture processes: On interface aesthetics and gesturality

miriam stefania de rosa
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2021-01-01

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The text illustrates the key role of processes in contemporary media cultures, arguing that interfaces are also ti be considered as pocesses and indicating gesturality as a lens to look at them and the operations they elicit. The piece also brings in the issue of the postdigital to come to terms with the environmentialisation of moving images, and proposes a paradigm of complexity to be the most apt framework to tackle such dynamic and morphing condition.
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