Imitation Versus Mediation: Individual Concerns
In our presentation, we each tackle one important concern, phrased as a question, which addresses the larger question at hand.
- Jana considers how mediation might be thought of as a form of translation, and thus its own method of creation.
- Emily contends with the question of methodology. How can methodology help expose (and perhaps solve) the implicit problems of fidelity and representation when seeking to mediate between online and offline space?
- Shaun considers if invisible technologies of the collaborative process are made visible in digital iterations of mediation, or if such technologies are in fact obscured by the medium (and our interactions with it).
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