The Divorce of Eye and Ear is an Accident of the History of Technology

English

New Leonardos art

Guy Edmonds , a researcher in audiovisual history, discusses the very early days of cinema and his PhD work restaging some of the devices and performances. With Roger Malina he comments on the early days of the cell phone as a cinematic device and celebrate audivisual heritage day. He also discusses his interdisciplinary interactions wtih the 25 PhD students currently at the Cognovo program at the University of Plymouth.

http://www.cognovo.eu/people/research-fellows/guy-edmonds.php

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