intermundane

intermundane

(ˌɪntəˈmʌndeɪn)
adj
situated between worlds or planets
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Collaborations of an intermundane nature, they argue, are just as genuine as those that are face-to-face.
Four of the six processes they outline enhance the analysis of "Free as a Bird" as intermundane collaboration, helping us understand the original demo track's journey through time, through multiple technological changes, and across geographically distant locations to the final single/Anthology version.
Because of this cleanup, Lennon's cut of the intermundane collaboration is somewhat reduced.
For an account of the recording studio as an intermundane space of "deadness" in which human, nonhuman, and other entities collaborate, see Jason Stanyek and Benjamin Piekut, "Deadness: Technologies of the Intermundane," TDR: The Drama Review 54, no.
Benjamin Piekut and Jason Stanyek, "Deadness: Technologies of the Intermundane," TDR: The Drama Review 54, no.

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