Remediation Station

In “Introduction: The Double Logic of Remediation”, Jay David Bolter and Richard Grusin highlight the fast-growing media and technology in this world. People have a want for immediacy: new technologies, quick release dates, and up-to- date items. Critics argue these newer technologies want to stray away from their earlier counterparts, though Bolter and Grusin argue…

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“Immediacy Depends on Hypermediacy”: The World at our Fingertips

Using both visual and textual evidence, David J. Bolter and Richard Grusin discuss culture’s longing for hypermediated forms of immediacy in their work “Introduction: The Double Logic of Remediation.” Amongst many arguments, Bolter and Grusin raise two points regarding humanity’s want for immediacy and remediation. They describe the remediation of art and media as something…

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