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|Title:||Aesthetics of mobile media art|
|Keywords:||Mobile media;Pixel aesthetics;Digital fine art;Mobile-mentry (mobile documentary);Performance media|
|Citation:||Journal of Media Practice, 10(2&3): 101-122, Jun 2009|
|Abstract:||In this article, three London-based creative practitioners examine the new emerging possibilities of mobile media in the domain of art and media practice. The three practice-based research projects reflect their diverse backgrounds and perspectives within the emerging field of mobile media, in an effort to define the new genre of mobile media art aesthetics. Despite the different approaches towards working with mobile media, a shared original aesthetic emerges specific to the mobile phone. The article focuses on the pixilated, low-resolution mobile screen aesthetic, interface, production processes and uses, made possible by the mobile phone, revealing their contribution to the field of screen media in the decade of HD. Within the collaborative examination of the work, the authors attempt to define an emerging category of Mobile Media Art.|
|Description:||The article can be found at URI below.|
|Appears in Collections:||Electronic and Computer Engineering|
Brunel OA Publishing Fund
Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers
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