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Literary Places, Hybrid Ecologies and Narrative Pollution

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Slides for presentation of research project on «Literary Places, Hybrid Ecologies and Narrative Pollution» at «the Mobile City», Rotterdam, february 27-28 2008 (http://www.themobilecity.nl/)

Slides for presentation of research project on «Literary Places, Hybrid Ecologies and Narrative Pollution» at «the Mobile City», Rotterdam, february 27-28 2008 (http://www.themobilecity.nl/)

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  • 1. Anatole Pierre Fuksas Literary Places, Hybrid Ecologies and Narrative Pollution
  • 2. ‘ Ubiquitous Computing’ or ‘Pervasive Computing’
    • Proliferation of digital devices in natural environments.
  • 3. Locative Media
    • Concept has been introduced by
    • Karlis Kalnins at the RIXC Centre
    • For New Media Culture «in order to
    • distinguish the latter creative
    • explorations of the medium from
    • the corporate hype surrounding
    • location-based services».
  • 4. Geotagging or Geocoding or Locative Tagging
    • Geographical identification metadata (as latitude and longitude coordinates, altitude, bearing, place names, zip codes) tagging texts, images, video, multimedia contents delievered through websites, RSS feeds or whatever.
  • 5. Narrative Tags
    • Engraved epigraphies, boards, panels, podcasts, geotagged media delievered on locative portable devices providing exposition about environmental features
    • as rocks, forests, paths, buildings.
    • By conveying informations about events related to a given place, such markers interfere with actual perception of natural or urban landscapes .
  • 6. Ecological approach to storytelling
    • processing of narrative references relies on resonance and mirror matching, conveying embodiment of corresponding sensory experiences, related interoceptive responses and consequent actions.
    • (http://ecologyofthenovel.wordpress.com/2007/06/27/the-ecology-of-the-novel/)
  • 7. Mobile Literature
  • 8. Windmills
  • 9. Don Quijote de la Mancha CAPITULO VIII Del buen suceso que el valeroso don Quijote tuvo en la espantable y jam á s imaginada aventura de los molinos de viento, con otros sucesos dignos de felice recordaci ón
  • 10. Geotagged Literary Places http://www.flickr.com/groups/geoliterature/
  • 11. Literary Travels
  • 12. Hybrid Environment (temptative definition)
    • Natural ecosystem enriched by textual, audio, video or multimedia contents potentially interfering with sensory appraisal of environmental features so as to be directly or indirectly related to them.
  • 13. Hybrid Perception (temptative definition)
    • individual experience of a given landscape emerging from combination and mutual interaction of perceived evironmental features, and textual, audio, visual or multimedia references.
  • 14. Hybrid Ecologies (VERY temptative definition)
    • Interactions taking places among organisms and between organisms and other inanimate items in Hybrid Environments, implying Hybrid Perception as a peculiar explorative strategy.

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