Visual work by Bruno Neiva in two versions. [Link. Images]
Visual work by Bruno Neiva. [Links. Images]
A Thank You card by Bruno Neiva. [Link. Images]
Book by Fernando Aguiar with poems created between 1991 and 1992. [Images. Links. Review]
Flipbook by Bruno Neiva. [Description. Images]
Presentations, performances, releases, talks, encounters. PO.EX related. [Text. Links]
Árvore – Cooperativa de Actividades Artísticas, CRL., is pleased to invite you to the inauguration of the exhibition by EMERENCIANO…
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Saturday, February 24th at 6:00 pm, presentation of the Parlatório by Nuno Miguel Neves (anthropologist and Ph.D. candidate in Materialidades da Literatura), José Neves (actor at D. Maria II National Theater), Américo Rodrigues (sound poet). Followed by audition, Free entrance.
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King’s College, London, UK (2 – 3 July 2018) & CIAC-ISMAI, Porto, PT (5 – 6 July 2018).
Deadline for abstracts: 12 April 2018.
The creation of a taxonomy for organizing and classifying a diverse array of materials such those that constitute the digital archive of Portuguese Experimental Literature is a challenging task for the researchers. Our system for organizing a selected corpus combines several typologies of classification, organized in two main areas: Materialities and Transtextualities.
The medium of the items, i.e., their material nature.
Performative > Readings and other artistic practices which are performed live with the possibility of audience participation: Audio recordings, Photographs, Video recordings of live Performances, Readings and Plays, as well as their Preparatory texts.
Planographic > Bidimensional works presented on flat surfaces using various techniques of inscription: Calligraphies, Collages, Drawings, Paintings, Printing, Digital Printing, Electrographies, Engravings, Letraset, Letterpress, Serigraphies, Stencils, and Typescripts.
Digital > Works produced by computational processes (generative, permutational, intermedia, etc.), as well as their related documents: Codes, Emulations, Preparatory texts, Printed texts, Recreations, and Rereadings.
Three-dimensional > Permanent or ephemeral three-dimensional works presented or installed in art galleries, buildings, parks, and other private or public spaces: Artists’ Books, Assemblages, Installations (Photographs, Preparatory Texts), Object-poems, Sculptures.
Phonographic > Works that were originally conceived as sound recordings, as well as related documents: Typescripts, Phonograms, Scores, and Preparatory texts.
Videographic > Works that were originally conceived as videopoems or other kinds of videoworks, as well as related documents: Storyboards, Videograms (Preparatory texts, Photographs), Videograms.
System of “relations” which includes reflexive manifestations of the symbolic systems involved.
Autograph Metatextualities > Texts about the works and artistic practices produced by the authors themselves: Afterwords, Articles in Magazines and Journals, Articles in Newspapers, Books and Monographs, Chapters in Books, Critical Essays, Documentaries, Interviews, Introductions, Manifestos, Prefaces, Reviews, Theses and Dissertations.
Alograph Metatextualities > Texts about the works and artistic practices produced by agents other than the authors: Afterwords, Articles in Magazines and Journals, Articles in Newspapers, Books and Monographs, Chapters in Books, Critical Essays, Documentaries, Interviews, Introductions, Prefaces, Reviews, Theses and Dissertations.
Paratextualities > Textual elements that help to frame works and artistic practices: Catalogues, Covers, and Posters.
Hypertextualities > Texts that are explicitly derived from other texts: Citations – textual fragments from different sources -, Parodies and pastiches, as well as all texts that rewrite or explicitly refer other texts.