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Digital media has changed much of how people watch, consume and interact with digital media. The loss of indexicality, or the potential infidelity between an image and its source, contributes to a distrust of images. The ubiquity of interactive media changes aesthetics of images, as viewers begin to expect interactivity. Networked media changes not only the ways in which viewers access media, but also how they communicate with each other about this media. The Tulse Luper Suitcases encapsulates all of these phenomena.
Marshall, Erik Wayne, "Distributed Cinema: Interactive, Networked Spectatorship In The Age Of Digital Media" (2010). Wayne State University Dissertations. Paper 103.