The Split sessions examined research strategies, the database, web aesthetics, online video theory and narrative, the politics of the moving image, and social cinema to theorize the explosion of online video since 1995 when YouTube was launched. Sarah Kssene (Gent, Belgium) discussed remembrance and memory in relation to net culture, underlining a new viewing position in looking at strangers' pictures while Valentina Rao (Pisa) also identified a shift in the position of the spectator, observing that on YouTube the "actor" addresses the spectator (i.e., the work is considered in a social context).
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