The afterlives of Georges Perec / edited by Rowan Wilken and Justin Clemens Wilken, Rowan

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Perec, Georges, 1936-1982.; Australian; Criticism, interpretation, etc.
These 14 essays examine Georges Perec's impact on architecture, art, design, media, electronic communications, computing and the everyday. <BR>{u2022} What do Perec's descriptions of the minutiae of everyday life reveal about our use of information and communications technologies?{u2022} What happens if we read Life: A User{u2019}s Manual as a toolbox of ideas for games studies?{u2022} What light does the concept of the {u2018}infra-ordinary{u2019} shed on social media?{u2022} What insights does algorithmic writing generate for the digital humanities?{u2022} What lessons can architects, artists, game-designers and writers draw from Perec's fascination with creative constraints?<br>Through an examination of such questions, this collection takes Perec scholarship beyond its existing limits to offer new ways of rethinking our present.
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