“Britney, bitch” and 4D sonic/affective transmission
· by Robin James · in 4D, affect, aura, Benjamin, Britney Spears, data, data profile, neoliberalism, post-cinematic, Scream and Shout, Shaviro, sonic, sound studies, superpanopticism, Transmission, will.i.am.
OR: superpanoptic data profiling in “Scream & Shout” [and, as always, this is raw, unrefined writing/work in progress…] will.i.am & Britney’s “Scream and Shout” does something really musicallyinteresting. The track features Britney: she went into a recording studio to lay…
From Bay to Brostep: Neoliberalism from post-cinematic affect to EDM
· by Robin James · in affect, Bangerang, brostep, dubstep, film, music, Music as a Gradual Process, neoliberalism, post-cinematic, reich, Shaviro, Skrillex
Steven Shaviro’s Post-Cinematic Affect addresses the way the shift between classically liberal and neoliberal systems of social/artistic organization plays out in film and 4D visual media (And, I’m working with the version printed in Film-Philosophy, because that’s what I taught…