Re: [-empyre-] affect in digital writing
this is very related to Giselle´s and Brigid´s projects, in that they
explore architecture and the city as writing spaces... but them
there´s a dispersive element in that, as well, in that the environment
sometimes divide the "reader" attention instead of creating immersive
effects. I wonder if Giselle and Brigid have anything to comment on
On 10/30/05, Jim Andrews <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > One of the things I
> > think about is largescale projection -- putting the audience in
> > the story.
> > Would this produce a higher level of affectivity? Anyone know?
> I didn't experience this piece, but Rafael Lozano Hemmer's piece
> "Re:Positioning Fear" involves large-scale projections:
> His other projects in "relational architecture" at http://lozano-hemmer.com
> are also worth a look concerning large-scale stuff in digital art.
> empyre forum
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