intermedial

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intermedial

(ˌɪntəˈmiːdɪəl)
adj
occurring or situated between two points, extremes, places, etcacting as an intermediary
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The study is divided into three sections: "World," "War," and "Witness." The first chapter, "Real Virtualities and the Undead Genre," focuses on ekphrasis as "an intermedial space between narrative and image" that "carr[ies] the burden of making legible to our myriad virtual publics the melancholic, visually excessive remainders of our capitalist deathworlds" (34).
Considering the parameters of viral video analysis determined in chapters 7 and 8, chapter 9 provides an intermedial analysis of Beyonce and Lady Gaga's "Video Phone" (2008).
Jihoon Kim's "Forms of Journey and Archive: Remaking Science Fiction in Contemporary Artist-Filmmakers' Projects" begins with the suggestion that "SF film and literature have moved beyond the normative venues of the movie theater and print and spread across a range of platforms," with an intermedial approach to the genre underpinning Kim's analysis of science fiction tropes in contemporary art and video installation (62).
Aunque si bien es cierto que la critica menciona el baile en la obra de Lorca (Hertel 79), faltan todavia, como hemos dicho, estudios a un nivel mas profundo sobre este fenomeno intermedial. Siguiendo el repaso sobre el estado de la investigacion sobre el baile en la obra lorquiana, podemos recurrir primero a las referencias enciclopedicas de primera linea.
Se ocupa de cuestiones como la traduccion intermedial, las nuevas tecnologias y el renovado estatuto de la traduccion en la que la autora denomina la <<era numerica>>.
The volume's introduction, "Convergence-Zone: Art, Theory, Therapy", sets up the initial conditions of his intermedial genealogy of digital culture, envisioned as therapeutic cognitive practice beyond "configurations of irreducibly linguistic 'wiring'" (5), the physical and the mechanically 'smart' (intelligent self-replication), the analog and the digital
"Intermedial, interartistic transpositions" replaces the term "intersemiotic transpositions" in order to stress the incommensurability of different media dialectically coexisting with each other in a single artwork, and to foreground this dynamics' material, affective, sensorial effects upon the recipient.