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:

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ET SIC IN INFINITUM 21.10.2017 Exhibition

Curator of:

Title 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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