spatialised screen

‘Time becomes sparialised, distributed over the surface of the screen… the computer screen functions as a record of memory.’

‘–I have tried to speculate on how people’s everyday, non-easthetic esperience with computers can be extended into the realm of digital aesthetics. How can we bring the information density of web portrait into a cinematic space. How can our experience of multitasking be used to redefine such basic mechanisms of cinema as montage? How can the loop function-standard in all multimedia players-become the organising principle of cinematic narrative?’

Lev Monivich, Spatial Computerisation and film language

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