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Reconstituting the invisible out of structure and repetition: a walk through diary V3.2.

conference contribution
posted on 2004-01-01, 00:00 authored by Dirk De Bruyn
This presentation will discuss the production of an interactive personal diary constructed in digital form as an interactive CD-Rom: Diary V 3.2. This diary was conceived as a digital version of the family photo album of the artist's nuclear family, which unfortunately disintegrated during 4 years of the diary's making. As a result Diary V 3.2 became more a documentation of the mood and state of mind of the maker than the family it began to focus on. It acted more as a trace or a remnant of mood, an artifact of loss. This was communicated not so much through narrative but ideas of loss and erasure. Another layer to this work concerns the migration of images, technique from the old analogue technology to the new digital technology which can act as a replay of the migrant experience.

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Title of proceedings

Image, Text & Sound 2004 : the yet unseen : rendering stories.

Event

Image, Text & Sound (2004 : RMIT University, Melbourne, Vic.)

Pagination

1 - 4

Publisher

RMIT Publishing

Location

Carlton, Victoria

Place of publication

Melbourne, Vic

Start date

2004-09-21

End date

2004-09-22

ISBN-13

9780864593542

ISBN-10

0864593546

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1 Full written paper - refereed

Editor/Contributor(s)

P Anastasiou

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