Screen Ecology Project: Media Art, Campus Space, and the Inhabited Digital Archive

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2018-04-13
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The Screen Ecology Project sits at the interface of digital humanities; critical practice; and digital, screen, and public art. The Project seeks to produce a collaborative platform inquiring into the ecology of public screens on the Bloomington IU campus – their uses, technologies, infrastructures, and interactions with the public life of the campus and its environs. Ultimately, it will bring together critical, technological, social, and artistic practitioners to create projects that develop the IU campus and its public screens. The aim is to create a more experimental space, one ideal for the exploration and production of public screens as sites for not simply public address but also public dialogue, engagement, interaction, and collaboration.
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