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  1. University of Cadiz

    University of Cadiz

    Yolanda De Gregorio - 28.04.2023 - 13:41

  2. Ediciones Complutense

    Ediciones Complutense

    Yolanda De Gregorio - 28.04.2023 - 13:53

  3. Isabel Navas Ocaña

    Isabel Navas Ocaña

    Yolanda De Gregorio - 28.04.2023 - 13:59

  4. Edual. Editorial Universidad de Almería

    Edual. Editorial Universidad de Almería

    Yolanda De Gregorio - 28.04.2023 - 14:02

  5. Polifonía y memoria como base de la poética de María Mencía

    Polifonía y memoria como base de la poética de María Mencía

    Yolanda De Gregorio - 28.04.2023 - 14:02

  6. Ciberfeminismos, tecnotextualidades y transgéneros. Literatura digital en español escrita por mujeres

    Ciberfeminismos, tecnotextualidades y transgéneros. Literatura digital en español escrita por mujeres

    Yolanda De Gregorio - 28.04.2023 - 14:06

  7. Ciberfeminismos, tecnotextualidades y transgéneros

    Ciberfeminismos, tecnotextualidades y transgéneros

    Dolores Romero - 12.05.2023 - 10:15

  8. Tardy Student Punishment Simulator

    Tardy Student Punishment Simulator

    David Wright - 23.05.2023 - 12:20

  9. Louis Pratt

    Louis Pratt

    David Wright - 12.06.2023 - 05:28

  10. A Condensed History of Australian Camels

    A Condensed History of Australian Camels combines historical research, creative writing, and copyright-free archive materials to imagine a camel bloodline that spans the entire history of Australian camels (1840–present). As the entirety of the Australian archive, history and experience is too vast for any one work to encompass, the camel is used as a consistent anchor: it is the prism through which iridescent fragments of Australia can be viewed.

    This work takes the image-text relationship and remixes it in three ways. First, using curatorial software to imagine an interactive fictional/factional camel timeline. Second, using augmented reality to place a 3D camel carved with text. And finally, using recombinant poetics to image a multiplying camel wandering the desert, stopping at various textual oases.

     

    David Wright - 12.06.2023 - 05:30

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