Conceptual Synchronicity : Intermedial Encounters Between Film, Video and Computer
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Dick Higgins determined intermedia as a conceptual fusion whereby elements of different media are brought together and build a new form that is note the sum of its parts but the convergence into a third form. (194)
Film + video 로 Paul Sharits / Stan Vanderbeek / Steina Vasulka
Film + video + computer 로 John Whitney / Vanderbeek /
I see close interrelationships with neighbouring media technologies: in particular, performance and video and computer graphics. I find it important to hightlight such interrelationships where artists have explored and extended the intermedial potential of the media they use in ways that blend ideas of film with video and the computer. Striking endeavors, traceable in the expanded cinema of the 1960s and 1970s, have contributed to expanded media. The filmmakers and video artists who cross borders provide an intermedia model for the convergence of elements of different media in an artwork. This happened before the digital computer… (200)
A comprehensive interplay of media is crucial to the notion of expanded cinema where the exhaustion, radicalisation or extension of the capaciteis of film, are realized in the encounter with surrounding media technologies. (201)