Dangerous metaphors: Meaning in immersive media

Lister, M. (2005) Dangerous metaphors: Meaning in immersive media. In: Furby, J. and Randell, K., eds. (2005) Screen Methods: Comparative Readings in Film Studies. Wallflower Press, pp. 38-47. ISBN 9781904764342 Available from: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/6907

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Additional Information:This chapter was developed from invited papers given in 2001. First, it was given as a public lecture at Bristol University, entitled, 'The Virtual Environment as a Medium of Art', a contribution to a six lecture series entitled 'The Mediums of Art' (including lectures by Prof Dawn Ades (Essex) and Prof Stephen Bann (Bristol)). Second, it was subsequently developed in a paper entitled 'Cinema and the Virtual' for the research seminar 'The Present of Cinema Studies: a Series of Strategic Interdisciplinary Readings in Film', in the Department of English, The University of Southampton, which is the basis of this published version.
Uncontrolled Keywords:dangerous metaphors, immersive media
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education
ID Code:6907
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