Theories of Communications EXPLICATION Paper 1

The need for mediators can be found everywhere

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Unformatted text preview: aves that invite surfers to undergo a new path of motion. Artists mediate scientists and vice versa: without mediators, therefore, no new ideas can advance. On page 125, Deleuze states: “ I need my mediators to express myself, and they’d never express themselves without me: you’re always working in a group, even when you seem to be on your own.” The need for mediators can be found everywhere: Deleuze particularly points out the need for mediators in current art. This can relate back to past readings that we have had regarding art interpretation, such as Burke’s Psychology and Form. Similar to Burke’s opinion of art being too content ­based, Deleuze feels that art these days remains either plaintive...
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