||Cine en la era digital
||Rivera, Ricardo; Brakke, Aaron Paul
||This paper illustrates a shift in the fundamentals of cinema which is being augmented in social and techni- cal terms. The primary changes deal with the perception of spectator-actor and with the new digital technologies being utilized. This paper will be structured around the four "tyranny" that, as Peter Greenaway has suggested, are destroying film: The need of the camera, the current frame (screen), the text as the axis of the narrative and the importance of the actors. An augmented understanding of cinema offers a new aesthetic in terms of space, interaction and ultimately an open and generative cinematic experience.
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||Cine; digital; representation; image; spectator
Rivera, Ricardo; Brakke, Aaron Paul (2011).
Cine en la era digital. SIGraDi 2011 [Proceedings of the 15th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics] Argentina - Santa Fe 16-18 November 2011, pp. 285-288,