Soundart as electronic Literary Artifacts

objects of shifting imaginations, spaces of self-construction, and spaces of memory

Alcina Cortez, John F. Barber

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Abstract

This presentation describes an empirical study of interpretative itineraries used by visitors to a curated collection of sound art works part of the unplace, a museum without a place exhibition, July-November 2015, Lisbon, Portugal. Results of this case study will be valuable to theorists and artists of electronic literature seeking to engage readers with virtual, online, or curated installations of electronic literature, especially as to how they might foster narrative and storytelling.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventElectronic Literautre Organization - British Columbia , Canada
Duration: 10 Jun 201612 Jun 2026

Conference

ConferenceElectronic Literautre Organization
CountryCanada
Period10/06/1612/06/26

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Artifact
Electronic Literature
Storytelling
Reader
Itinerary
Exhibition Place
Empirical Study
Portugal
Lisbon
Artist
Theorists
Works of Art
Sound Art

Keywords

  • empirical
  • case study
  • unplace
  • a museum without a place
  • music
  • sound
  • sound art
  • literary artifacts
  • discursive
  • engagement
  • meaning

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Cortez, A., & Barber, J. F. (2016). Soundart as electronic Literary Artifacts: objects of shifting imaginations, spaces of self-construction, and spaces of memory. Paper presented at Electronic Literautre Organization , Canada.
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Soundart as electronic Literary Artifacts : objects of shifting imaginations, spaces of self-construction, and spaces of memory. / Cortez, Alcina; Barber, John F.

2016. Paper presented at Electronic Literautre Organization , Canada.

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