This field of research focuses on the media and post-media user experiences taking place in contemporary ordinary life; it especially takes into account the intimate fusion between media practices and other kinds of social experience such as surveillance, commerce, housing, relational behaviours, and so on. My goal is to understand how such phenomena contribute to making evident (or at the opposite to hide) some contemporary political and social trends. See in particular the papers Lytro. The Camera as Hypersensor; Nikeplatz. The Urban Space as a New Medium; Glassroots surveillance. Google Glass as dispositive and apparatus
The Post-advertising Condition. A Socio-Semiotic and Semio-Pragmatic Approach to Algorithmic Capitalism
Paper originally presented at the HCI International Conference Orlando (Florida), 26 July 2019 and published as
Ruggero Eugeni, “The Post-advertising Condition. A Socio-Semiotic and Semio-Pragmatic Approach to Algorithmic Capitalism”, in Gabriele Meiselwitz (Ed.), Social Computing and Social media. Communication and Social Communities. 11th International Conference SCSM 2019, Vol. 2, part 2, Cham, Springer Nature, 2019, pp. 291–302,
Lytro. The camera as hypersensor
in Comunicazioni sociali, n. 1, 2016, pp. 115-123, ISSN 0392-8667
Tags: plenoptic camera; sensors; light-field technology; computational photography;
Film and Enunciation
Entry of Edward Branigan, Warren Buckland (eds.), The Routledge Encyclopedia of Film Theory, London – New York, Routledge, 2014, pp. 157-161, ISBN 9780415781800
Tags: film studies; media studies; film semiotics; media semiotics; enunciation;
Film and Rhetoric
Entry of Edward Branigan, Warren Buckland (eds.), The Routledge Encyclopedia of Film Theory, London – New York, Routledge, 2014, pp. 408-412, ISBN 9780415781800
Tags: film studies; media studies; film semiotics; media semiotics; rhetoric of film; psychanalysis of cinema
Glassroots surveillance. Google Glass as dispositive and apparatus
Paper presented at the 2013 NECS Conference Media Politics / Political Media, Prague, June 20-22.
Tags: Google Glass; Postmedia condition; surveillance; dispositive; apparatus
First person shot. Technology and New Forms of Subjectivity in Post-cinema Landscape.
Paper originally presented at the Conference “The Impact of Technological Innovations on the Historiography and Theory of Cinema” Montreal, November 1-6 2011. This text, entirely re-written, has been published in French as “Le plan à la première personne. Technologie et subjectivité dans le paysage postcinematographique”, in André Gaudreault et Martin Lefebvre (dirs.), Techniques et technologies di cinéma. Modalités, usages et pratiques des dispositifs cinématographiques à travers l’histoire, Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2015, pp. 195-208 ISBN 9782753535763 ISSN 21035407; and in English as “Remediating the presence. First person Shot and post-cinematic subjectivity”, in Tiziana Migliore (ed.), Rimediazioni. Immagini interattive. Tomo 1, Ariccia (RM), Aracne, 2016, pp. 205-218, ISBN 9788854893320 DOI 10.4399/978885489332011
Tags: media; experience, semiotics; first person shot; videogames; subject; subjectivity
Nikeplatz. The Urban Space as a New Medium
Paper presented at NECS 4th annual conference, Istanbul (Turkey) Kadir Has University, 26 giugno 2010 and at Université d’été de l’Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3, Cinéma et art contemporaine 3, Paris, Institut National de l’Histoire de l’Art (INHA), 7 luglio 2010.
Tags: semiotics; experience; sociability; urban space; global cities; territory; Eva and Franco Mattes;