Middlebury

FMMC 0358

Theories of Spectatorship

Theories of Spectatorship, Audience, and Fandom
With the spread of digital technologies, remix has come to the forefront as a major form of artistic work and cultural and political commentary. In this course we will explore the history, cultural and legal impact, and creative logics of remix traditions. We will examine how digital technologies shape transformative creativity. Drawing on the work of theorists such as DJ Spooky and Lawrence Lessig, we will consider the creative and legal ramifications of remix logics. We will explore a range of remix works across media with a focus on video. Students will also produce remixes through individual and group work. Note to students: this course involves substantial streaming of films and television for assigned viewing. (FMMC 0101 or FMMC 0102 or FMMC 0104 or FMMC 0254) 3 hrs. lect./disc./3 hrs. screen.
Subject:
Film & Media Culture
Department:
Film & Media Culture
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
AMR ART CW NOR SOC
Equivalent Courses:
GSFS 0358
WAGS 0358

Sections

Fall 2020

FMMC0358A-F20 Lecture (Stein)

Fall 2018

FMMC0358A-F18 Lecture (Stein)

Spring 2016

FMMC0358A-S16 Lecture (Stein)

Spring 2013

FMMC0358A-S13 Lecture (Stein)