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  • The Florence Picpoems


    Chapter from the book: Pavoni, A et al. 2018. SEE.


    Picpoetry is the process of combining iphoneography and instant text writing. It is a practice initiated by picpoet, an iphoneographer, writer and performer. The Florence Picpoems, a specially commissioned series of picpoems, reflects on such issues as law and justice, legal spatiality and temporality, agency, digitalisation and AI in relation to the law, objects and materiality, bodies and movement, and so on. The connection between the textual and the visual is tight and parallel, yet not descriptive. This allows questions on the relevance of the law in terms of affective, embodied and spatialised movements to emerge both pictorially and textually, and ultimately left unanswered.

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    picpoet, . 2018. The Florence Picpoems. In: Pavoni, A et al (eds.), SEE. London: University of Westminster Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.16997/book12.g

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    Published on Feb. 22, 2018