"City as a Classroom: From the Global Village to Media-architecture Complex" with Professor Scott McQuire
From the Global Village to media-architecture complex. Interview with Prof. Scott McQuire in the framework of the project "City as a classroom".
Professor Scott McQuire's research explores the social effects of media technologies, with particular attention to their impact on the social relations of space and time, the formation of identity, and the functioning of contemporary cities. Scott McQuire is the author of "Visions of Modernity: Representation, Memory, Time and Space in the Age of the Camera" (1998), "The Media City: Media, Architecture and Urban Space" (2008), which won the 2009 Jane Jacobs Publication Award offered by the Urban Communication Foundation, "Geomedia: Networked Cities and the Future of Public Space" (2016), and most recently "Art Seen Under Digital Light: Photography, The Image, and the Aesthetics of Data" (2018).
Journalist: Svetlana Illiusha
Website of the conference "City as a classroom": www.conference-city.euasu.org
August 24-28 2020
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