Mediological

me·di·ol·o·gy
noun

  1. The dedicated and intellectual study of media, seen as the plural of medium: the interactive communication and performance of people.
  2. The comparative study of and appreciation of media narratives.
  3. A neologism; a relevant form of social inquiry. see “What is Mediology?” by Régis Debray.

Also: me·di·o·log′i·calfilm·o·log′i·cal adj.

Of all the media pertinent to my studies, film is the most engaging, the deepest exploration of our reality, the most potential for creating new realities. Within this notion we can recognize that digital technology gives us a more active agency over our media performance.

You can read more about me here. Thanks for visiting my website. Join the dialogue!