Re: [-empyre-] MORE Footnotes -New Language (Pierce and Code sidebar)
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- Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2005 14:56:37 -0200
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a couple of other online articles...
Aarseth, Espen J. Cybertext: Perspectives on Ergodic Literature.
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1997.
On 10/19/05, Bill Seaman <email@example.com> wrote:
> I thought I would try to add footnotes to these so people could get a
> better idea of some very different approaches to digital writing...
> In many cases this speaks to the continuum between the digital and
> the physical... subjectobject unity.
> See Osmose
> 1) http://www.immersence.com/publications/char/os_notes02.htm
> The text environment is one of a number of virtual spaces...
> >When I encounter a meta text in Char Davies Osmose that is the code
> >of the work as presented as meta- architecture (literal virtual
> >architecure --- a pun on architecture), the experiential nature of
> >the environment, in particular the physical interface she has
> >designed to enable one to navigate the virtual environment becomes
> >enfolded phenomenologically with the layers of meaning in the text.
> >All of Peirces modes - firstness, secondness and thirdness co-mingle
> >and change in relation to ongoing navigation of this virtual space.
> >Yet here the environment also enables a charged field of meaning to
> >become part of this layering. The quixotic nature of the ongoing
> >subtle shifts between firstness, secondness and thirdness seem to
> >even transcend the idea that each level is becoming the other (as
> >Marcus suggests) in terms of this larger mutable virtual
> >environmental scheme which also signifies. This constellation of
> >signs, each changing at its own velocity in relation to the
> >participant's movements, seems to move to a heightened level of
> >layering of intersemiotic modes. Might we work on a new word that
> >points at this advanced level of intersemiotic relations. ---
> > What would Pierce have encountered that would be relevant to
> >compare to such an environment? Here are some potential terms ---
> > hyperintersemiotic; transintersemiotic (did Marcos Novak already
> >coin this?) supra-intersemiotic? Intra-semiotic?
> 2) See Warren Sac
> Street Stories
> See also his homepage - http://hybrid.ucsc.edu/SocialComputingLab/projects.php
> The Corporeal Stenographer: Language, Gesture, and Cyberspace
> >I also begin to think about new forms of locative media that depend
> >on landscape and physical navigation, lending levels of meaning to
> >the digital text (context)? Hyperecosemiotic?
> See also the work of Teri Rueb http://www.terirueb.net/flash/TeriRueb.html
> 3)Tiffany Holmes - Littoral Zone
> >I think about media- behaviors and a-life parameters/potentialities
> >giving text new kinds of electronic "life". Artificial-Semiotic-life
> >- a-sem-life
> see also the work of John Maeda's group at mit concerning text behaviors...
> 4 See Billseaman.com texts E-Phany Physics
> I think about physics and artificial physics (E-phany physics as I
> coined it) as it is conjoined with texts to present new kinds of
> reactive and intra-active environments. E-phanysemiotics
> 5) See Writing Machines by N. Katherine hayles
> also her concept of "Flickering Signifiers"
> She writes about Lexia to Perplexia
> See Talan Memmott's Lexia to Perplexia as an introduction into Creole
> See David Small
> the Illuminated Manuscript ; Talmud project; Food for Thought
> >Hayles uses the term "Creole" to talk about texts that intermingle
> >code and poetic text ---
> > Yet what happens when this is extended into the phenomenological
> >space of physical computing. An object|creole enfolding is generated.
> 6) Lynn Hershmann Leeson
> >What happens when the machine writes the text in an autonomous
> >manner that is reacting to various forms of interface input? Lynn
> >Hershmann's Agent Ruby? Does the fact that it is a machine change
> >the meaning in a subtle manner --- is there a word for this?
> >Turingtestmatic writing?
> 7) Eduardo Kac
> see Genesis
> >Kac wrote a bio-code via the computer that was made physical and
> >transcribed back into a text --- what kind of word points at this
> >accretive layering of meaning - digitaccretive?
> 8) sharon Daniels
> Her writing on the subject http://arts.ucsc.edu/sdaniel/further/papers.html
> See Narrative Contingencies -
> see also subtract the sky
> >Works where all variables are supplied by the participant and are
> >then formed by the code into a new work--- participant driven
> >semiosis?? I-semiosis?
> 9) See Friedrich W. Block -- the tee shirt for p0es1s (he mentions
> the shirt in a post on this list...)
> >Or works that actually are auto destructive in terms of meaning
> >production --- the virus t-shirt code? Diss-semiosis
> see also Adriana de Souza e Silva and Fabian Winkler
> Professor Bill Seaman, Ph.D.
> Department Head
> Digital+ Media Department (Graduate Division)
> Rhode Island School of Design
> Two College St.
> Providence, R.I. 02903-4956
> 401 277 4956
> fax 401 277 4966
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