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Presentation Euroitv2009  - People, Things, Ecologies: alienation as a driver for change in media
 

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This is the presentation made by Niels Hendriks & Liesbeth Huybrecht for the EuroITV2009-conference in Leuven, Belgium.

This is the presentation made by Niels Hendriks & Liesbeth Huybrecht for the EuroITV2009-conference in Leuven, Belgium.

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  • Laatste paper – MDA – CMD – Colleague Liesbeth Huybrechts – Topics dealing with television media in general and how it is influenced by new things, ao so called participatory media like the internet. HASSENZAHL Do goals what), sensumotoric (how) & the be-goals (why)

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  • People, things, ecologies: alienation as a driver for change in media [email_address] - [email_address]
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    • news not (only) covered by large news corporations
    • but blogs, visual material and video clips made by individuals
    • Lonelygirl15 – online video series
      • three unsuccesful story writers Beckett, Flinders & Goodfried
      • YouTube-Channel has approx. 1,5 billion viewers
    • Back To Iraq
      • embedded vs independent journalism
      • funded by his readers
    • dichotomy – “new” media vs mainstream media
    • “ new” media = participatory/democratic/critical?
      • does not automatically lead to more democracy or a public forum 2.0
      • Lovink: “identity circus of self promotion”
      • opportunities for “dispersed” creativity, more participation
      • opportunities for questioning the existing media ecology
    • “ strange” methods to get beyond the dichotomy
    • Joselit – get a more nuanced view on media by handling it as a Readymade
    • Duchamp – Making the obvious strange
    • an ecology of people and tools pops up!
    • Media & Design Academy Experience Design lab, Social Space Group
    • experience design = participatory design
      • participatory design = design process that includes end-users as full participants (Greenbaum & Kyng, 1991; Muller & Kuhn, 1993)
      • + strange teams!
    • “ the strange” reveals people and things in changing constellations:
      • ethnography: observing existing relations people (elderly) and tools (tv, frame), how people (re)design the world (and their media) in an informal way
      • Design ethnography: changing constellations (recycle people and tools)
    • how? participatory mapping, design games, performance or role playing,...
    • ecological (metaphorically and literally... recycle) view on media
    • “ strange” methods that adress informal cultures (like lonelygirl15,...)
    • predict potential media design by users