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By RCA Visual Communication
Occasional broadcasts from Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art
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Observations – Westfield
Observations was a reading and writing group, run with first and second year students from the MA in Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art and run by Hannah Ellis. The texts in episode 3 are written and read by the group, in response to Westfield shopping centre.
19:48
December 24, 2019
Observations – Uxbridge Rd
Observations was a reading and writing group, run with first and second year students from the MA in Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art and run by Hannah Ellis. The texts in episode 2 are written and read by the group, in response to the Uxbridge Rd.
21:01
December 24, 2019
Observations – Shop
Observations was a reading and writing group, run with first and second year students from the MA in Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art and run by Hannah Ellis. The texts in episode 1 are written and read by the group, in response to local shops around White City.
20:16
November 21, 2019
The Bright Labyrinth – Darkness Is Good
Transmission 06…post-truth, agency, social media, cyber warfare, identity theft, ‘fake news’, political process, reality TV, intervention and subversion Examining the relationship between communication practice and media theory, The Bright Labyrinth leads us into archeology, architecture, mythology, the philosophy of communication and interaction, performance, cinema and the politics of culture and technology. Co-presented by Ken Hollings and Julia Mahrer, these podcasts are intended to offer an overview of the series as it currently exists. Any and all opinions expressed are entirely coincidental.
17:07
November 17, 2019
The Bright Labyrinth – EVP Spambot Poetics
Transmission 05…code, bodies, artificial intelligence, EVP, recorded sound, media archaeology, bots, networks and ghosts Examining the relationship between communication practice and media theory, The Bright Labyrinth leads us into archeology, architecture, mythology, the philosophy of communication and interaction, performance, cinema and the politics of culture and technology. Co-presented by Ken Hollings and Julia Mahrer, these podcasts are intended to offer an overview of the series as it currently exists. Any and all opinions expressed are entirely coincidental.
22:49
November 17, 2019
The Bright Labyrinth – ‘There Must Be Something Wrong With This Sally’
Transmission 04…bodies, devices, sound art, the phonograph, physiology of audio space and kinematics of sound Examining the relationship between communication practice and media theory, The Bright Labyrinth leads us into archeology, architecture, mythology, the philosophy of communication and interaction, performance, cinema and the politics of culture and technology. Co-presented by Ken Hollings and Julia Mahrer, these podcasts are intended to offer an overview of the series as it currently exists. Any and all opinions expressed are entirely coincidental.
23:40
November 17, 2019
The Bright Labyrinth – Who Needs the Future?
Transmission 03…ethics, agency, futuristic modernity, The Medium is the Massage, the technological domain, social engineering and science fiction Examining the relationship between communication practice and media theory, The Bright Labyrinth leads us into archeology, architecture, mythology, the philosophy of communication and interaction, performance, cinema and the politics of culture and technology. Co-presented by Ken Hollings and Julia Mahrer, these podcasts are intended to offer an overview of the series as it currently exists. Any and all opinions expressed are entirely coincidental.
15:21
November 17, 2019
The Bright Labyrinth – The Internet Wants You Dead
Transmission 02…ethics, code, cybernetics, command and control, the RAND Corporation, Esalen, drones, UAVs and predators Examining the relationship between communication practice and media theory, The Bright Labyrinth leads us into archeology, architecture, mythology, the philosophy of communication and interaction, performance, cinema and the politics of culture and technology. Co-presented by Ken Hollings and Julia Mahrer, these podcasts are intended to offer an overview of the series as it currently exists. Any and all opinions expressed are entirely coincidental.
11:38
November 17, 2019
The Bright Labyrinth – Nietzsche’s Typewriter
Transmission 01…devices, ethics, typographic culture, mechanical literacy, communication as weapons system, sensory dislocation, emojis and control Examining the relationship between communication practice and media theory, The Bright Labyrinth leads us into archeology, architecture, mythology, the philosophy of communication and interaction, performance, cinema and the politics of culture and technology. Co-presented by Ken Hollings and Julia Mahrer, these podcasts are intended to offer an overview of the series as it currently exists. Any and all opinions expressed are entirely coincidental.
17:40
November 17, 2019