Simone Arcagni, researcher at the University of Palermo and journalist in the field of cinema, video, media and new technology, gives a lecture at the Scuola Holden of Turin on Thursday 27 November 2014 at 5:30 pm (Piazza Borgo Dora, 49 - 10152 Turin). The lecture can be followed also in live streaming: scuolaholden.it or telecomitalia.com/scuolaholden.
The lecture will focuses on the audiovisual languages and it will analyzes how it is trasforming and evolving in the age of Web 2.0.
In the net, the audiovisuals are the most viewd contents. The cinematic language is changed, new crossmedia and transmedia storytelling models are born as well as the author's role that is call into question by the spectator who is become co-designer of the informations.
Postcinema is a galaxy of fragments, images, sounds and texts which run costantly on our tablets, notebooks, smartphones, phablets, smart TV or wearable devices...