The University of Portsmouth invites Dr Dario Llinares to give a talk to Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries students on ‘Reconceiving the Symbiosis of the Audio and the Visual through Podcasting Praxis’.
Dr Dario Llinares is Principal Lecturer in Contemporary Screen Media at the University of Brighton. He has published work on a range of topics including the Astronaut in American Culture, British Prison Film, the Cinema as Time Machine, Second Screening as Meta-cinema, and Podcasting as Academic Practice. His current research focuses on the exploring the reconfigurations of cinema in the digital age.
He is also the co-founder and co-host of the Cinematologists podcasts. Reflecting on his two-year long The Cinematologists Podcast project, Dario examines posdcasting as a liminal space, which provokes questions around the relationship between languages of mediation and the ontology of knowledge, and analyses the ways in which podcasting’s liminal praxis, has reconfigured his approach to watching, discussing and communicating his academic and personal interest in cinema.
The event is free and open to the public.
Room: EW 1.04
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