ACITEOP. Disfunciones poéticas del lenguaje.

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Roman Jakobson defined the poetic function of language as being governed by principles of selection and order. Under this vision the poet is in charge of selecting and organising words in a particular way in order to achieve a poetic effect.

ACITEOP is a programme that groups together different experimental tools used for constructing poetic narratives, both textual and visual, through the deconstruction of the poetic function of language using different algorithms.

The result, which is different with each reading or interaction, is both a deconstructed text and a brand new piece of work generated from that same process of deconstruction.

This first version is a simple example of the programme that creates a narrative based on text, sound and images, which begins with the deconstruction of the poem "Between What I See and What I Say" by Octavio Paz, who dedicated the poem to the Russian linguist Roman Jakobson after his death.

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Entre lo que veo y lo que digo.

Between What I See and What I Say.

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