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'Music Video TARDIS' (presentation for Te Kura Toi Research Webinar)

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'Music Video TARDIS' is an oral and audiovisual presentation, forming 50% of the Te Kura Toi Research Webinar which was presented to a public audience via Zoom on 13 October 2021. The audience included University of Waikato students and staff and members from the wider community. The event was publicised via University of Waikato and School of Arts publicity modes. This publication output was peer reviewed by Te Kura Toi Research co-ordinator Mark Houlahan. Abstract: 2. Arguing that music video is a hybrid audiovisual form that travels across mediums, genres, time and space, Lisa Perrott draws on recent theorisation of transmedia, remediation and dispersed authorship as a frame for examining the expansion of music video. By exploring the collaborative assemblage of music video directors, musicians and fans, Lisa presents examples of her research, portraying music video as a hybrid and transitory artform with porous borders. She argues that far from serving merely as light entertainment or a marketing tool, music video also functions as a kind of TARDIS – a vehicle for the representation, performativity and transit of diverse identities and complex signifiers that bleed into our daily lives.
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2021-10-13
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University of Waikato
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