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CyberBaroque. F(r)ictions between Analogue Interfaces and Digital Intrafaces
Publications and exhibition. Research into performative non-scripted, non-parametric digital design theories. Dissemination through publications and exhibitions by Marjan Colletti. The research attempts to provide an analogy to today’s actuality-digitality feedback system by looking at how the Baroque discovered and also shattered a plethora of binary conditions, boundaries and frames that seem remarkably contemporary within a contemporary digital architectural debate. Such approach favours the formulation of DigiTales - digital narratives about the strange, other and alien as well as the familiar, intimate and contextualised - that discern (actually reveal) a whole series of events and haecceities within digitality beyond the usual aspects of techniques, technologies and technicalities. The concept generates various design briefs (London, Innsbruck University), student workshops, and lectures, as well as in 1 chapter in the 2009 book Nordic Talking and other publications.
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