MPM 301 New Media History: Analogue Culture(s)

This course seeks to locate contemporary new media practices within the history of developments in analogue technology and the traditional arts. It traces the evolution of analogue video culture as a complementary electronic medium, from early work to present practices with special consideration being given to the Canadian context. The historical, theoretical, and practical aspects of the transformation of author and viewer in new media are also explored. (Formerly first half of MPM21AB). Lect: 3 hrs. Prerequisites: MPC 203 and MPC 13A/B Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1




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