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Remediating theatre through radio
Pim Verhulst

point. Remediation, intermediality and embodiment Originally, Jay David Bolter and Richard Grusin coined the term ‘remediation’ to counteract the dominant ‘modernist myth of the new’ (1998, back cover), according to which digital technologies in particular were thought to break free from older media by setting new aesthetic and cultural principles. Yet, as Bolter and Grusin have shown, using a wide selection of examples from computer games to digital photography, film, television, virtual reality and the World Wide Web, such

in Beckett and media
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Ian Scott
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Henry Thompson

for his own assertions as an advocate for change.67 The films were imbued with Stone’s concerns about the US embrace of an increasingly blurred moral purchase, but ultimately they were not the primary means of expression of those concerns. This caused some worries for Stone’s supporters, but his choices were part of a wider exploration of new aesthetic possibilities that were already establishing themselves in his drama, most obviously in the increasing prominence given to a theme not often noted in his films: the subject of love. 1 Interview with Oliver Stone

in The cinema of Oliver Stone