Tuesday, January 02, 2007

tutorial notes 13/12/06

Keyword: Metatext

text n
1. the main body of a book or other printed material as distinct from the introduction, index, illustrations, and headings
2. words that have been written down, typed, or printed
3. a complete written, typed, or printed version of something such as a speech or a statement
4. one among the extant forms or versions of a written work
5. a book or piece of writing that is used for academic study or discussion
6. See textbook
7. a short passage from the Bible that is read aloud and on which a sermon is based
8. the original wording of a piece of writing, especially the Bible, as opposed to a translation, summary, or revision
9. a style of type that is suitable for printing running text
10. computer data that represents words, numbers, and other typographic characters, typically stored in ASCII format

associated with or designed for use with words in written form

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Children’s picture books
Understanding through drawing
Do we lose the ability to ‘read’ drawings as our ability to read text overtakes?

Our first mark making is drawing, children draw then write (why?)

Narrative: non-narrative pictorial sequences (are all image sequences inevitably narrative because they always exits with an audience

At what point does a narrative become a story

Only 5 stories exist {check this and see what they are} (narrative conventions)

Parallel narratives

Story and plot

Complexity of narrative – losing audience –linearity – temporal nature

Rupert the Bear

Artist sketchbooks, sketchbook journal

Comics | Phonics

Birth of Language

Ritualised narrative – mantra – repetition – truth

Oral storytelling tradition, power relationship, pictorial truth, truth of images, religion

Printing – seminal point for distribution, ownership of images and text, Gutenberg


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