Lecteur, mon aveugle

Abstract : The paper argues that digital poetry is become a general art of signs due to the way it is rooted in avant garde that shows two major properties : intermedia in the sense on Philadelpho Menezes (a traffic between signs of different languages) and technotext in the sense of Katherine Hayles (a text that put into account its technological condition of existence). The paper analyses the concept of intermedia by showing how its works in digital and non digital poems. It elaborates the concepts of semiotic gap, meta-reading and inreadability by analysing their mechanism in some works. The semiotic gap is the difference of semiotic systems that are used by the reader and the author due to the difference of the technical context between them and the impossibility they are to really access to the system of the other. Meta-reading is analysing of a reading while knowing something on the texte-auteur. Inreadability characterises aesthetic levels that are implemented in the program but that do not directly appear to the reader due to the semiotic gap


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Philippe Bootz. Lecteur, mon aveugle. article inédit. 2005. <sic_00236298>

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