Archaeologies of Media and Film

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03.09.2014 to 05.09.2014
University Bradford
United Kingdom
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University of Bradford and National Media Museum
September 3, 2014 – September 5, 2014

Keynote Speakers: Jussi Parikka, Thomas Elsaesser, Peter Buse

An international conference on media archaeology organised and hosted by the University of Bradford and the National Media Museum in association with the Royal Television Society and Bradford City of Film.

The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers, archivists, curators and artists working in the field that has become known as "media archaeology": an approach that examines or reconsiders historical media in order to illuminate, disrupt and challenge our understanding of the present and future.

The conference is organised and supported by the University of Bradford, the National Media Museum and Bradford City of Film.

Critical writing presented:

Title Author Tags
Radio Silence J. R. Carpenter hauntology, haunted media, uncanny, wireless, radio, EVP, practice-led research, remix, code, source code, media archaeology
Whisper Wire: Code as a Medium for Sending and Receiving Un-Homed Messages Through Haunted Media J. R. Carpenter hauntology, haunted media, uncanny, media archaeology, network archaeology, network theory, computer generated text, remediation
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J. R. Carpenter
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