Constelações Poéticas e Colaborações Intermédia: O Caso de Vniverse

Palavras-chave: poesia intermédia, estética de base de dados, sistema poético, leitor computacional, feedback loop, formato experimental do livro

Resumo

Vniverse é um projeto intermédia concebido inicialmente, em 2002, como um livro impresso com dois componentes eletrónicos online. No entanto, em 2014, Stephanie Strickland reviu Vniverse e publicou uma nova versão do livro e uma aplicação eletrónica exclusiva para iPad. No seu todo, Vniverse convida os leitores a ler e formar constelações no céu noturno da componente eletrónica, e a voltar ao livro no qual podem ler os poemas de maneira diferente. Nesta obra, base de dados e estruturas narrativas encontram-se combinadas, uma revelando os limites da outra e os potentes híbridos que são capazes de criar.

  DOI: https://doi.org/10.14195/2182-8830_7-1_8

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Biografia Autor

Lizzy Pournara, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Lizzy Pournara holds a PhD in American Literature  with a dissertation titled  Experimental Poetics and Materialities in the Works of Susan Howe, Stephanie Strickland, and Caitlin Fisher (2018). She is currently a post-doctoral fellow at the School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She also holds a BA in English Literature and Language (2011) and an MA in English Literature (2013). Her research interests focus on contemporary American poetry, multimodality, artists’ books, digital literature, book-making and creative writing.

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Publicado
2019-11-17
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Pournara, Lizzy. 2019. Constelações Poéticas E Colaborações Intermédia: O Caso De Vniverse. MATLIT: Materialidades Da Literatura 7 (1), 133-51. https://doi.org/10.14195/2182-8830_7-1_8.
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