Posts Tagged ‘Semiotics of Poetry’

02: A Few Ways to Skin a Poem

This chapter draws upon the work of Huisman, Riffaterre and Perloff to establish the material basis of poetry. Above all, it is a genre that is visual and semiotically ungrammatical.

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03: Poetry, Interaction, Interface

Having established a material basis for poetry, I outline a model for its material expression as a language object, one that draws heavily on the work of Arakawa and Gins.

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04: Closing the Codex, Opening Ideas

These concluding remarks draw out the key threads of this thesis. They distill its overall essence and propose a basis from which a critical assessment of material poems might proceed.

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