The digital terrain is at once a culmination and a beginning for the tradition of media praxis.
On the net, time, place, and media collide, reformat, are archived, become one(s) (and zeros). Access expands; duration and attention decrease, creating new viewing practices and ethics.
Many of the binaries that structure earlier moments in this history become undone: distinctions between images and words, thinking and doing, producer and audience.
New boundaries form.
New forms of media citizenship and art are enabled, with new responsibilities and ethics.
New voices are added, witnessing what occurs where they live, self-representing, and adding these sounds and images to a thus changed media discourse.