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Kozyakova Maria Ivanovna
Doctor of Philosophy, Professor,
The Schepkin Higher Theatre School
under the Russian State Maly Theatre

The evolution of the screen: the myths of modern culture

Abstract. Doing for centuries, from protective devices to the final element of complex electronic devices, the screen appears as a symbol of the information age. The screen returns to human civilization to the archaic magic, directly experienced sensations in the world. The article describes the evolution of the screen, the formation of screen culture and its components, the virtuality and the imagery of contemporary media with the aim of realizing the actualization of archaic.   
Keywords. Screen, screen culture, imagery, mythologism, magic, cinema, television.

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