Punctuation: Art, Politics, and Play

@inproceedings{Brody2008PunctuationAP,
  title={Punctuation: Art, Politics, and Play},
  author={Jennifer Devere Brody},
  year={2008}
}
In Punctuation: Art, Politics, and Play , Jennifer DeVere Brody places punctuation at center stage. She illuminates the performative aspects of dots, ellipses, hyphens, quotation marks, semicolons, colons, and exclamation points by considering them in relation to aesthetics and experimental art. Through her readings of texts and symbols ranging from style guides to digital art, from emoticons to dance pieces, Brody suggests that instead of always clarifying meaning, punctuation can sometimes… Expand
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