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Title:Transmedia Adaptation : A Dialogue of Genres and Communication Media
Authors:Bovcon, Narvika (Author)
Vaupotič, Aleš (Author)
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Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.16 - Independent Scientific Component Part or a Chapter in a Monograph
Organization:UNG - University of Nova Gorica
Abstract:This essay is composed of two parts. The first chapter reflects on the genesis of film language, and in this context, considers the reception of Dickens’ works. Next the text turns to borderline cases of adaptation: genre/media hybrid, deep remixability, and allusion. The notions of genre and media are considered as only quantitatively different, not qualitatively, both instances of discourses and apparatuses considered by the theory of discourse (Bakhtin, Foucault etc.). The second part of the text presents an artistic inquiry—concepts and ideas used in production of artworks by the authors of this essay—that sheds light on the possible methods of studying adaptations. Two aspects are foregrounded: the ideas of the transformation of the source text into an archive of fragments that are subsequently put in new meaningful constellations, and the use of Shakespeare’s works in the role of a mediator in the understanding of the language of new media art.
Keywords:adaptation, intermedia, new media, post-media condition, deep remixability, artistic inquiry
Year of publishing:2018
COBISS_ID:5372923 Link is opened in a new window
DOI:10.18848/978-1-61229-993-8/CGP Link is opened in a new window
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Record is a part of a monograph

Title:(Re)Writing Without Borders
Subtitle:Contemporary Intermedial Perspectives on Literature and the Visual Arts
Publisher:Common Ground Research Networks
Collection title:New Directions in the Humanities Book
Place of publishing:Champaign, IL
Year of publishing:2018
Editors:Brigitte Le Juez, Nina Shiel, Mark Wallace