Wanda Strauven is Adjunct Professor of Film and Media Studies at Columbia University, New York. Her research focuses on early cinema, marginal film practices, media archaeology, touch-based media, and screen practices of post-cinema. She is particularly interested in the shift from projection to display in today’s media culture. With the notion of “image+” – a term picked up from image processing software programs – she refers to today’s screen image that goes beyond its visual appeal by adding an extra dimension (e.g. the image as a hyperlink, as a portal to something else, as a form of play). This concept may help us to think of the digital image as enrichment, as something in addition to the traditional definition of the (purely) visual image.