3rd International Conference
Digital Culture & AudioVisual Challenges
Interdisciplinary Creativity in Arts and Technology
Online, May 28-29, 2021
The following presentation is a theoretical approach to the way in which the creative writing exercise "when Sorah came" was designed, which will lead to the creation of an interactive script as part of the artistic research of the phd "perspectives of death in art of the digital age, an interactive script and the creation of digital stories.''
Joseph Campbell, when referring to the interpretation of invisible things, attributes this responsibility to the artist, as he is the one who shares the myth. Through this exercise, the researcher-artist shares the idea, the possibility of directing our death. How would you leave if you could choose the way, the place, the time? We are puzzled by the certainty of death either because it is an unpleasant physical evolution or because we know that we will not have to do anything to confirm its arrival… just like with our birth. We do not choose when we are born, by whom or where. But if we chose when and how to die would we live more calmly? Or would the fear of death accompany us in the same way? Death… the death that is present in our lives from the first moment we are born, the countdown has just begun, we mourn the safety of our mother's womb weeping when we are born, yet we pass it as a fact. Consider that every year the anniversary of our future death passes, again and again, but we never celebrate it. It could be a celebration for a future act.
“Reflections: Bridges between Technology and Culture, Physical and Virtual”
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