Scripturesphere – Take it

In the digital ambience, we note that the meaning of words no longer fits in themselves, as well as mathematically there is a dark side of the cube and its existence, we just can not see it.  The word in this digital ambience seems to suffer from the same problem: there is a meaning that is no longer linked to a usual sign or poetic, but to a sign that shows itself in expansion, dilating, it is there, but is only detected by its binary components or scripturesphere. TAKE IT is a study conducted in 2012, in which the frequency of the sound changes the video previously edited by myself in real time. The voice is the american poet Nico Vassilakis.

Wilton Azevedo is an artist, graphic designer, poet and musician. PhD researcher Program graduate stritco sensu in Education, Art and Cultural History at the University Mackenzie. PhD in Communication and Semiotics at PUC-SP and post-doctorate from the Université Paris VIII Laboratoire Paragraphe – 2009 – with the tutor of Prof. Dr. Phillipe Bootz. He is the author of the books O que é Design (Brasiliense), Os Signos do design (Global), and Interpoesia: these poetry hypermedia interactive CD are pioneer in interactive hypermedia poetry in Brazil. He is also the author of Looppoesia: The Poetics of the sameness , and a dvd called Quando Assim Termino o Nunca  and Inaudível Silábios a Cd of sound poetry.

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Date: Tuesday September 24, 2013 : 18h15-19h45
Place: Grand auditorium de la BnF | François-Mitterand, quai François Mauriac, 75013 Paris