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Título: Alice's anima or the obligation of a reading transliteracy
Autor: Bonacho, Fernanda do Rosário Farinha
Palavras-chave: Narrative transmedia
Ficção digital
Leitura digital
Data: 10-Dez-2013
Editora: Digital Culture Research
Citação: Bonacho, F. "Alice's anima or the obligation of a reading transliteracy". In Congresso Internacional "Barcelona International Seminar 2013: Transmedia Literacy. From Storytelling to Interactivity in the era of Distributed Authorship", IN3-Digital Culture Research Program, Barcelona, Universitat Oberta de Catalunha, 10 Dezembro 2013.
Resumo: This paper suggests an analysis of "Inanimate Alice" by Kate Pullinger, Chris Joseph and Ian Harper as an example of a transmedia narrative that triggers a new reading experience whilst proposing a literary alterity between reading and performance. Narrative experiences that elect the visual plasticity, interchanging games and tactility as drivers of the creative process are not new. Yet, narrative experiences, which have been created in the gap between reality and fiction, have found on the digital realm the perfect environment to multiple hybrid experiences. Bearing in mind Walter Benjamin’s concept of Erlebnis and Erfahrung, a critical analysis of this digital fiction tries to illustrate how literary art finds its space and time in a metamorphosed continuum only activated by the “patient reader”. All the multimedia hybrids, which this digital literary work may have, challenge readers to interpret different signals and poetic structures that most of readers might not be accustomed to; however even among a cognitive dissonance, meaning is found and reading happens only if time, space and attention are available. All possible transmedia literacies can only respond to this experience of online reading, if they are able to focus and draw attention not to a simple new behaviour or a single new practice, but to a demanding state of affairs that assemble different objective and subjective value forms.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.21/4168
Versão do Editor: http://www.transmedialiteracy.net/
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