Diogo Marques

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Diogo Marques is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Creative Research for Arts, Science and Technology at the University Fernando Pessoa. He holds a Ph.D. (2018) in the Materialities of Literature (University of Coimbra, Portugal). His current research focuses on haptic reading processes in Electronic Literature. He holds a degree in Modern Languages and Literatures, with a specialization in Portuguese and English Studies (New University of Lisbon), and a postgraduate degree in Contemporary Literary Creations (University of Évora). He co-curated several exhibits of Electronic Literature: "Language and the Interface", along with Ana M. Silva and Daniela Côrtes Maduro, University of Coimbra, May 2015 [http://languageandtheinterface.uc.pt/]), and "Translations: Translating, Transcoding, Transducing", along with Ana M. Silva, at ELO2017, Porto, July 2017 [https://conference.eliterature.org/2017/exhibits]. He is also a #digital #experimental #visual artist and founding member of the artist collective wreading digits [http://wreading-digits.com].

Critical writing by this author:

Title Publication Type Publisher Year
Reading Digits – Haptic Reading Processes in the Experience of Digital Literary Works Book (Ph.D. dissertation) 2018
Poetic fingerprints: digital literature’s countercultural and metamedial integration of vision and touch Article in an online journal Neohelicon 2017
"Criar as imagens com a pele": o gesto como processo de leitura háptica na experienciação de obras literárias digitais Article in an online journal Revista Convergência Lusíada 2016
Entre o Demasiado Literal e o Excessivamente Literário: Potencialidades e Limites do Tacto Háptico Review MATLIT: Materialities of Literature 2016
Gestos de Subversão. Estratégias de significação e afecto no Experimentalismo poético Article in an online journal Riviste Status Quaestionis 2016
Grasp All, Lose All: Loss of Grasp and Non-Functional Digital Interfaces in Electronic Literature Article in a print journal, Article in an online journal GREDITS 2016
Im)movable bodies or (Un)moving Texts? Haptic Reading Processes in Electronic Literature Conference paper or presentation 2016
Reading, Writing, Device: Digital Intersections and Intermediations Conference panel or roundtable 2016
Recensão crítica de ‘Encontros com Ana Hatherly' Review Colóquio/Letras 2016
The Endgame or a Wake?: Tropes of Circularity in Literature Then and Now Article in a print journal CounterText 2016
Through the Touching Glass: Literature for Haptic Inter[(surf)aces] Article in an online journal Laboratorie NT2 2016
The Endgame for Electronic Literature? Conference paper or presentation 2015
Digital Materialities of the Literary Text Conference panel or roundtable 2015
INTER[(SURF)ACES] Conference paper or presentation 2015
PO.EX: Arquivo, Subarquivo, Meta-arquivo» [Recensão crítica de Rui Torres & Sandy Baldwin, EX: Essays from Portugal on Cyberliterature and Intermedia (By Pedro Barbosa, Ana Hatherly and E. M. de Melo e Castro). Review MATLIT: Materialities of Literature 2015
PONTOS: uma recombinação textual intermedial e transpoética Other 2015
Tacto/Contacto: Processos de Experienciação Háptica no Corpo Cíbrido Article in an online journal MATLIT: Materialities of Literature 2015
This Is Not the Beginning or the End of Literature Conference panel or roundtable 2015
Through the Touching Glass – Hapticity, Multisensoriality and the Digital Interface Conference paper or presentation 2015
TACTO/CONTACTO: operações poético-hápticas em ACÇÃO FÉNIX 2.0 E INSTALAÇÃO de Silvestre Pestana e Rara Avis de Eduardo Kac Conference paper or presentation 2014

Events arranged:

Event City Datesort descending Event type Link to edit content
ET SIC IN INFINITUM 21.10.2017 Exhibition

Curator of:

Titlesort descending City Country Date
ET SIC IN INFINITUM Portugal October 21, 2017 to October 29, 2017
Language and the Interface Coimbra Portugal May 14, 2015 to May 15, 2015
Translations - Translating, Transducing, Transcoding Porto Portugal July 19, 2017 to July 22, 2017
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