Vox Media: Som, "under language" e "narrative archaeology" na/como Literatura

  • John F. Barber Washington State University Vancouver
Palavras-chave: som, remistura, sob a linguagem, narrativas sonoras, narrativas aurais/orais, ficheiros de som, código de computador, arqueologia narrativa, audição, escuta

Resumo

Este ensaio descreve a (re)combinação e/ou (re)concetualização de artefactos sonoros de duas obras pioneiras de literatura eletrónica, que deixaram de estar acessíveis, com o objetivo de criar uma nova narrativa sonora para cada uma delas. A techne proposta amplia as oportunidades para concetualizar e criar artefactos literários caracterizados pela audibilidade do texto, o som como texto e sentido, e uma maior conscientização da(s) voz(es) do autor e/ou do(s) falantes no texto. Esta abordagem pode contribuir para questionar o passado de invisibilidade da voz na literatura e promover práticas mais gratificantes do que os simulacros, as descrições ou as transcrições. Vox Media. Som na e/ou como literatura.

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Biografia Autor

John F. Barber, Washington State University Vancouver

John F. Barber, Ph.D. teaches in The Creative Media & Digital Culture program at Washington State University Vancouver. His scholarship, teaching, and creative endeavors focus on intersections among Digital Humanities, computer technology, and media art. Of particular interest are digital archiving / curation and sound+radio art. He developed and maintains Radio Nouspace (www.radionouspace.net), a curated listening gallery/virtual museum for sound featuring historical and experimental radio+audio drama, radio+sound art, sound poetry, and experimental music. His radio+sound art work has been broadcast internationally, and featured in juried exhibitions in America, Canada, Germany, Macedonia, Northern Ireland, and Portugal. Barber also developed and curates Brautigan Bibliography and Archive (www.brautigan.net), an online, interactive information structure known as the preeminent resource on the life and writings of American author Richard Brautigan. Richard Brautigan: An Annotated Bibliography (McFarland, 1990) and Richard Brautigan: Essays on the Writings and Life (McFarland, 2007) are offshoots of this work. Barber has contributed essays regarding Brautigan to Postwar Literature 1945-1970: Research Guide to American Literature, Encyclopedia of Beat Literature, and international literary journals.

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2017-12-27
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