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Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
Story objects and constructed Narratives
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A presentation explaining some of the concept traversing the terrains I inhabited and observed (kayfabe, story objects, exaptation, gestures).

I am interested in socio-material narratives and the symbolic presentation of self in body to body meetings. Visual pointers to my experience in different creative and intellectual spaces to be fragmented and recomposed on http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeanbaptisteparis/

This presentation also illustrates some fiction / metafiction / utopic/dystopic , uchronic/dischronic classification and especially an attempt to manifest and articulate briefly the interaction between temporal narratives of technology (future, anticipation, scenario, marketing projection) and the non-temporal technological artefacts ( fiction, design fiction, science fiction, visualisation) in topics such as BANG (nbic), Interfaces (hologram, AR, MR, VR, BCI, Retinal Projection) and bio-engineering in academical and citizen contexts.

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