The notion of the public space will be associated with the dream like experiences of a city structure. In this context Berry has also stated that the presence of the different media platforms will be characterized by a transformation of the domain of public into the phase of publicness. The locative factor in the digital media is associated with the different mediums of time and space for the visual media like the television or the photography media.
Ritche in his analysis of the locative factor sin the digital media has proposed this analysis for the purpose of the establishment of the distance between the various ends visible in the Oxford Street. The bound was also created on the various computerized media. The bounds have also instructed that the user of this type of media in order to take the pictures of the underground station (Headrick 2-017).
According to Ritchie in the year 2014, there were several mobile forms of the locative nature of the narrative that will be navigated into the different spaces. The two spaces will be physical and the digital media forms. This principle will also apply to the various action bound apps because the various users will be compelled to accomplish the said mission. One of the main constraints that Ritchie has elaborated is the process of the possible inaccuracy that will occur if the user is bound to the various time bound manner when the users will be asked to form an effective evaluation of the time period to walk from the two ends of a single street.
In this context the various public space domains, the public space will be heavily dependent on the digital space perspective that will make users unable to accomplish the bounds. The locative networks will be based on the different technologies of the digital media that will turn into a relatively new phenomenon. The locative aspect of the digital media will also transform the +site-specific notions along with the other practices ((Sheller 2016).
Headrick Taylor, K., 2017. Learning along lines: Locative literacies for reading and writing the city. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 26(4), pp.533-574.
Sheller, M., 2016. Mobile mediality: Location, dislocation, augmentation. In New mobilities regimes in art and social sciences (pp. 335-352). Routledge.