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"Pinterest and the Crisis of Paratext".
Slides accompanying the paper given at the international conference "Media Mutations 5. Ephemeral Media. Time, Persistence and Transience in Contemporary Screen Culture." Bologna 21-22 May 2013. By Italo Marconi and Luca Rosati

http://www.mediamutations.org/about/previous-editions/2013-2/

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    • Pinterest and the crisis of paratext Italo Marconi & Luca Rosati @italomarconi @lucarosati Media Mutations 5 University of Bologna 21-22 May 2013
    • “semiotics or narratology consider the story as a well recognizable item, with clear boundaries even if rhizomatic and manifold” – Innocenti & Pescatore
    • benefits of Information Architecture
    • IA: the structural design of every shared information space
    • - independence from medium - shift from medium to environment - focus on experience
    • two faces of Pinterest
    • 1. lists, piles...
    • “Lists are the most basic form of taxonomies We make lists all the time” – Lambe
    • Photo: Luis Roca, Flickr
    • Photo: Aleksi Aaltonen, Flickr
    • 2. complex network
    • Photo: Bill Couch, Flickr
    • open-ended lists: “chaotic enumeration, incoherence, rhyzome” – Eco, The Infinity of Lists
    • Pinterest as a reading machine
    • Walter Benjamin’s reading machines
    • the wunderkammer (cabinet of wonders)
    • the camera obscura
    • the camera
    • construction toys
    • passages (the arcades)
    • the atlas
    • G. Didi-Huberman’s dicothomy table (plate/board) André Malraux and his “Museum without walls” VS tableau (canvas)
    • the attributes of the board (table)
    • Aby Warburg’s Atlas of Images
    • the iconology of the interval
    • Übersicht or Le regard embrassant
    • Lev Manovich’s Cultural Analytics
    • the principle of montage