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Tracing invisible lines : an experiment in mystoriography

Author: David Prescott-Steed
Publisher: Anderson, South Carolina : Parlor Press, [2019]
Series: Electracy and transmedia studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Tracing Invisible Lines is a critical autoethnographic text built around Gregory Ulmer's concept of the "Mystory." Dedicated to the enhancement of imagination and innovation in a digital-media saturated society, Ulmer's Mystory is a creative research method that draws narratives from three domains of discourse (personal, professional, popular). Analyzing these domains means generating fresh insight into the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Prescott-Steed
ISBN: 9781643170763 1643170767 9781643170756 1643170759
OCLC Number: 1090176248
Description: vii, 169 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Mystoriography: Theories and Considerations --
Mystory: Creative Cultural Practice. Other People's Stories ; Personal (Autobiography) ; Popular (Community Stories, Oral History, Popular Culture) ; Expert (Disciplines of Knowledge), Part One ; Expert (Disciplines of Knowledge), Part Two ; Formulating an Invariant Principle --
A Brief Account of the Dominant Themes in my Creative Practice: 1992- Present --
Assemblages: Towards a Sonic Psychogeography.
Series Title: Electracy and transmedia studies.
Other Titles: Experiment in mystoriography
Responsibility: David Prescott-Steed.

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Tracing Invisible Lines is a critical autoethnographic text built around Gregory Ulmer's concept of the "Mystory." Dedicated to the enhancement of imagination and innovation in a digital-media saturated society, Ulmer's Mystory is a creative research method that draws narratives from three domains of discourse (personal, professional, popular). Analyzing these domains means generating fresh insight into the deep-seated emblems that drive the creative disposition, or "invariant principle," of the practice-led researcher. Here, the mystoriographical approach has mobilized an exploration of the interrelations between self and society, between memory and imagination, as well as between industry-driven design-arts education and experimental sound-art practice (prioritizing the sonic, the perambulatory, careering). As a result, the Mystory fosters critical awareness of the socio-cultural instruments of creative inspiration and perspiration.--Cover.

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