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I enjoyed reviewing the various links. Overall I'm reminded of McLuhan's idea of hot and cold media. The idea that less data is more involving: TV less dense than film, b&W less dense than colour. The less dense a medium the more the viewer has to become involved.

As well it brings to mind Wyndham Lewis' school of Vorticism- dependant on line. image.thumb.png.fc152ca0c1d83e2425d11ae9e2f40a8b.png

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