CROBORA studies how archive material circulates in the mediaspace. Digitization facilitates this flow of content among various states, technical, social and cultural contexts. Mediations act as borders in the migratory movement of contents: they allow circulation while bringing reshaping and adjustments. We will interrogate how semiotic reshaping occurs while crossing these borders. CROBORA will track and analyze the reuse of videos on TV and on the Web focusing on content dealing with European Integration. The objective is to understand the logics of authority and trust. In order to understand the symbolic force of certain images, we must question the importance of massive recurrences. Why are some images used instead of others? Where do they come from? Our fieldwork provides a transnational and transmedia corpus, while our methodology will implement a video detection tool and will provide a Digital Atlas Mnemosyné of images about EU which will allow comparative analysis in order to understand how the videos are reshaped by different contexts.
Monsieur Matteo Treleani (UNIVERSITE COTE D'AZUR - LABORATOIR DES SCIENCES DE L INFORMATION ET DE LA COMMUNICATION)
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UNIVERSITE COTE D'AZUR - SICLAB UNIVERSITE COTE D'AZUR - LABORATOIR DES SCIENCES DE L INFORMATION ET DE LA COMMUNICATION
Help of the ANR 283,932 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: January 2021 - 42 Months