Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Paul Ramirez Jonas
By using repetition or misplacing intonations and accents, etc. one can imitate the slipperiness of spoken language. However, it is the accidental slippage that I find most revealing and exciting because it allows for two conversations to exist in one. Once spoken language is transcribed as text, it is put through another filter and the risk of [accidental] slippage increases by a different measure. Fingers don’t keep up or autocorrect insists on taking matters into its own hands.
Di Tolla, Paola M., "Murmur/Murmuro" (2018). CUNY Academic Works.
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