[Air-L] RIP Adrian Miles

Anders Fagerjord anders.fagerjord at media.uio.no
Wed Feb 7 23:23:55 PST 2018

This is very sad indeed. 

We are many with fond memories of Adrian in Norway, from his stay at the University of Bergen, and from his engagement in the Digital Arts and Culture conferences, which drew a quite large Scandinavian crowd. Adrian was a true pioneer in digital video, both making it and theorizing it, and thus always an inspiration for me. 

Vi lyser fred over hans minne.


Anders Fagerjord, dr.art.

Department of Media and Communication
University of Oslo

> 8. feb. 2018 kl. 01:22 skrev Jeremy Hunsinger <jhuns at vt.edu>:
> Several of you have likely heard, but Adrian Miles of RMIT passed
> away.  He was a member of the AoIR community and was at Internet
> Research 3.0 Net/Work/Theory in Maastricht.  Adrian was also a figure
> at the Digital Arts and Culture conferences which was one of the
> touchstone conferences after which the early AoIR tried to model
> itself. He was most well  known and a leading scholar/artist for his
> contributions in vlogging , hypertexts and non-linear video.
> Academically, he was collegial and kind in the best spirit of AoIR.
> He will be missed.
> -- 
> Jeremy Hunsinger
> Associate Professor
> Communication Studies
> Wilfrid Laurier University
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