komninos zervos on 20 Dec 2000 22:20:31 -0000

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[Nettime-bold] spaciality of poetry

i am a research phd candidate.
i am studying the spaces in which poetry exist.
much australian poetry is concerned with mapping landscapes, physical and
since composing hypermedia poetry for cyberspace i have started to re-read
published printed poetry and find that whilst most poetry maps a surface of
sorts, there is printed poetry which places me in a space(i think it's
inside my head), a space for logical thought or imagination. there is also
poetry which describes a space 'between' objects, between people rather
than mapping surfaces.

if anyone can suggest theorists who have already identified 'surface' and
'space' in poetry, i would be very grateful.

"have fun - whatever you are celebrating"
komninos's cyberpoetry site http://student.uq.edu.au/~s271502
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komninos zervos, tel. +61 7 55 948602
lecturer in cyberstudies, 
school of arts, 
gold coast campus, 
griffith university,
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queensland, 9726

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