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Culture, Aesthetics and Affect in Ubiquitous Media: The Prosaic Image, written by Helen Grace

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Culture, Aesthetics and Affect in Ubiquitous Media: The Prosaic Image. Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge (2014). 232 pp. isbn: 978-0-415-3063-8. Price: $160.00.

Even though it is not immediately apparent from its title, Culture, Aesthetics and Affect in Ubiquitous Media is a book about a specific place and time: the city of Hong Kong, in the tumultuous years between the late 2000s and early 2010s. Published in the Routledge series ‘Media, Culture and Social Change in Asia’, Helen Grace’s book foregrounds the locality of visual media practices in Hong Kong, a topic largely untouched by preceding scholarship,

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