Issue #2010:1 – University of Copenhagen

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Editorial column

  Endless semiosis 

Thommy Eriksson, Chalmers University of Technology

The symmetrical relation between the written text and the visual text, seen as an example of endless semiosis. A video essay based on semiotic viewpoints on text and images.

  Signs, texts and contexts 

Thommy Eriksson, Chalmers University of Technology

A video essay based on semiotic viewpoints on text and images.

Academic Video Essays 

  Hidden stories 

Sandra Abegglen, Goldsmiths, University of London

Small pieces of paper, text and thoughts left in places we all need to visit.

  Max with a keitai 

Max Schleser, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, London

This experimental documentary explores Japanese metropolitan centres through the lens of a mobile phone and captures a newly emerging mobile phone video aesthetic, which surfaced and characterised mobile videos in the years 2005-2008.

  Noter-cam de PARIS 

Albert Figurt, Institute of Network Cultures, NimK

In a formula: proliferation of digital cameras with LCD preview-screen + the act of touristic framing = multifaceted & redundant postcard-ism (in famous public spots).

  Loop 

Tal Udi, Hadassah College, Jerusalem

In the digital age we come across many narratives that are not linear and we get a chance to construct them the way we choose – this video is an open invitation to do that.

  The Object 

Alan MacLaughlin, Napier University, Edinburgh

Reflections on mediations, remediations and contexts.

Think Pieces

  Take me to a place outside 

Martha-Cecilia Dietrich, University of Vienna / University of Manchester

Drawing on anthropologically informed theories of perception and imagination this project explores the relationship between the 'real' and the 'unreal', the physical and the imagined, and the in and the outside - as rendered through the experience of incarceration.

  Audiovisual Thinking 

Oranit Klein, Hebrew University, Jerusalem

We are surrounded by images and technology enables us to create and publish images very easily. In this video I used images of this journal's advisory and editorial board members in different contexts as a comment on our role as creators of visual images in an age of participatory culture. 

  Audiovisual Thinking 

Paul Kerr, Metropolitan University, London

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