Filed under music video, video | Tags: · music video, television
Music by Monika Načeva, Tentato, Five and Amak Golden.
From Načeva’s album Průvan v hlavě (Aljavmjuzik, 2017).
Video directed by Petr Marek, Prague, November 2018
Written by Petr Marek and Ondřej Bauer
via MIDI LIDI
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Filed under book | Tags: · caribbean, cyberculture, internet, literature, music, music video, reggae, technology, television, video games
This book covers significant new ground, examining the impact and imprint of new leading technology on a range of popular expressions. This technology includes the internet, the computer, the cell phone, television, and radio, among others. Some of the specific expressions and phenomena treated include: tourism, big budget films, sports, video games, entertainment culture, religious and gospel culture, mobile culture, popular music, writing and technology, and porn. The work shows acute awareness of the wider global contexts–social, cultural, political, and spiritual–that form the backdrop for Caribbean cultural reconfiguration. Curwen Best argues that Caribbean culture has gone wireless, virtual, and simulated in the age of the machines.
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan, 2008
ISBN 0230603769, 9780230603769
Filed under paper | Tags: · affect, capitalism, cinema, critique, emotion, film, labour, music, music video, neoliberalism, philosophy, post-cinema
Steven Shaviro: “The new issue (14.1) of the open-access journal Film-Philosophy is now online.
Featured in this issue as an ‘extended article’ (it comes out to 100 pages!) is my latest: Post-Cinematic Affect: On Grace Jones, Boarding Gate and Southland Tales.
The article is freely available for download; it comprises about two thirds of my forthcoming book Post-Cinematic Affect, appearing sometime later this year from Zero Books. (The book version will include two additional chapters: one on Neveldine/Taylor’s Gamer, and a general conclusion).” (from author’s blog)Comment (0)