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On the other, the fictionalization of his Author function as a parodied metafictional object within this transmedia universe can shed some light on the role of the writer within a larger network of media convergence and neoliberal enterprises. As we know, in the case of literary studies and when looking at how fiction relates, trespasses, and embeds itself within different media platforms, intermedial narration and transmedia storytelling are just two aspects of this phenomenon.

When looking at how transmedia has been applied to contemporary literature, it has generally been dscargar to as one of the intrinsic characteristics of electronic fiction, which can incorporate different semiotic performances inside its digital code. Within his work I explore transmedia storytelling in three main ways.

First, from a formalist perspective, I nocila interested in looking at the productive semiotic intermedial breakages in some of his works by exploring the poetic relations created when carrying a story through text and images: The theory holds two positions: This consumable objectification of the Author itself, hints at the many ways subjectivity and agency are transformed within a larger network of media convergence and neoliberal enterprises.

Evidently, the modernist questioning of consciousness and reality would need to be placed within convergence culture and big media conglomerates. It descaargar started with the publication of Nocilla dream in by a small local press, Editorial Candaya. What should have been an isolated, experimental work, however, turned into a unexpected massive success for both novel and writer, praised for their experimentalism as a wake up call to the mostly modernist Spanish literary panorama, yet criticized for their use of media technologies and press as a publicity stunt.

The borders of this transmedia network are blurred, transforming it into a heterogeneous space that multiplies and collapses the diverse discursive spheres of historical traditions, social systems, and artistic production. In his seminal text Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media CollideHenry Jenkins looks at the different ways in which stories and media have converged within big entertainment corporations since the digital revolution.

Jenkins explores the shape that stories take when moving between different environments, and understands transmedia storytelling as one narrative that transcends one type of medium, e. Any given nocila is a point of entry into the franchise as a whole.

He argues that this type of storytelling makes deeam demands on consumers, as it is expected that they research or get immersed in some of the other media representations of the world to understand it as a whole.

This can also be described as a cultural activator, setting in motion other types of decipherment and elaboration. For a transmedia story to be successful, hence, it deescargar to work as a detachable, dismantleable world, with not one central idea but many, expressed in disconnected images that can attract other creations.

Consumers seek to delve into the world they love through immersion in its fictional universe and its characters, rather than following plot or other structural narratives. Hiroki Azuma, in his book Otaku: According to him, the disappearance of the grand narrative model of modernity has been replaced by a database model that presupposes a double layer structure of small narratives the simulacra and a grand non-narrative the database.

Database as grand narrative is incompatible with previous grand narrative definitions set up to consolidate systems of organization and administration of society. Rather than desiring in the lacanian sense, animal database desire becomes satiable by consuming superficial projections of one originating database.

In our multimedia environment, characters and world creation have superseded the need for a grand structuring narrative. Consumers, knowing this, can easily and freely move through different narrative projects comic books, novels, anime and non-narrative objects illustrations, figurines, objects.

As Julio Ortega observes: Characters move through different stories and products — e.

Also, different media are presented within one single work in true intermedial fashion. Yet, within this multimedia chaos, an underlying database holds everything together, acting as one reiterated metaphor for pragmatism in convergence culture, abandoning the teleological ends of modern grand narratives for the poetics of a database per se.

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If in modernity the outer layer of a work was determined by its inner nofilla Narrative—, in our current convergence culture the surface is no longer determined by its inner layer but reveals its many possible expressions. Every fictional drexm, then, is always a simulated projection. It is in this sense that all surface manifestations, all fictions and poetry, are consumable as a sort of Platonic metaphorical shadow.

Pere Joan, author of the drawings, published a graphic remake of Nocilla Experience noclla years later Nocilla Experience. The significations of this ideological function are used as a principle of selection to stop the free manipulation, circulation and recomposition of fiction.

Paradoxically, when we insist on presenting the author as creative genius within this context. One can say that the author is an ideological product, since we represent him as the opposite of his historically real function. When a historically given function is represented in a figure that inserts mocilla, one has an ideological production. The author is therefore the ideological figure by which one marks the manner in which we fear the proliferation of meaning. We would no longer hear the questions that have been rehashed for so long: Is it really dram and not someone else?

With what authenticity or originality? And what part of his deepest self did he express in his dreeam Instead, there would be other questions, like these: What are the modes of existence of this discourse? Where has it been used, how can it circulate, and who can appropriate it for himself?

What are the places in it where there is room for possible subjects? Who can assume these various subject functions? And behind all these questions, we would hear hardly anything but drfam stirring of an indifference: What difference does it make who is speaking?

By eliminating his agency as author and adopting a fictional simulacra at the level of his fictions, as I will explain, his Author figure itself could be subjected to the murmur treatment and be poeticized by others in a radical way.

This bounces back and echoes all of desczrgar fictions by reflection on their multimedia nature, and a shared preference for similar themes and characters. These elements or forms have been removed from their logical context, relocated in a multimedia space to which they relate poetically. The context, in our case, cannot refer to traditional textuality, but to the multimedia —paratextual— context that transmedia storytelling affords us.

These images are evidently suggestive deam multiple ways.

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All are relevant, and each meaning contributes to the total meaning. The figures, sometimes, are embodied in other media, like the poplar tree which also appears in the Nocilla movie. All connotations and allusions are as valid and real as poetic connotations would be in a literary metaphor. To understand them dedcargar, however, we need to expand the metaphorical context beyond alphabetical textuality.

If Noclila believed that each verse completed its meaning according to its reference to the immediate textual context, we observe here an increase in the texture of these contexts; we cannot limit ourselves to symbols, ideograms or surrounding grammar, but need to look at the greater textuality that surrounds them, in their mediality, or as participating elements in media convergence.

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The immediate context of each verse—each sentence, scene, character—are other media: It all fits into an invisible, open and drema, ready to use poetic Web—or real world database. Different textures are integrated in a type of literature that does not limit itself to a written imitation of television or a graphic format, but includes them as real transformations of its narrative devices.

I am referring here to howfor instance, Nocilla Lab abandons its textual format and mutates into a graphic novel on page as previously mentioned. Nocilla Lab unfolds as graphic novel and alphabetical narration leaves room to visual distribution as a new way to frame the acquisition of informational elements.

We follow him along a beach and across the ocean as far as an oil rig where he meets Enrique Vila-Matas. Vila-Matas offers him a cup of coffee, and tells the traveller a story.

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This story is also drawn, not narrated, presenting the reader with lines and color to make up for the alphabetic nocilla. Descriptive fragments materialize directly as drawing and design, and Nocilla Lab carries on in its new texture until the final page. Plot lines and themes are followed closely by Joan, but all narrative description and atmospheric settings are now controlled by the delineation of visual images.

We cannot imagine what a character looks like; we see him. Moreover, the narrative voice that guided us through the story, is deleted; made invisible but for the breaks in desdargar vignette or their position on the page.

Narration becomes juxtaposition and montage in the most productive sense, and characters and plot relations are established visually as a map. We could not count it as mere redundancy either, for the new medium allows for the expression of different qualities. Collaboration among different authors remaking, drewm, and recomposing texts becomes essential to understanding this synergy, relating to literature and authorship in a true foucauldian sense. The metaphor moves to the experiencing subject, the reader or viewer, sharing partial authorship.

Looking not at who speaks but to who can appropriate a text for himself. Wondering about finding places in each text liable to be assumed by any potential subjects.

Bringing to the fore the question of the free circulation of texts: On the one hand, he creates fictional characters that reflect, simulate and parody his Author persona. Stage 1 involves the composition of a novel: Including over titles of universal literature, and ending with the Quixote. This proposal for a literary remix, recalls previous conceptualist practices and is obviously not original—nor could it ever be. The poetic artifact becomes the dynamic relation that emerges from work, marketing campaign and the transmission of information.

Beyond the product itself, what stands out is the performative process of creation in classic conceptual ways. Josecho decides to participate within the marketing system and create a product that mocks its dynamics, while reveling in the poetic that this juxtaposition of elements provides.

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Y fue a por ello. Using the same network that causes his solitude and isolation, Josecho chooses to project himself into an object, turn himself into a poetic function and crystallize it on a billboard. The creative subject is truly objectified and made a node of the artistic network, finally contributing to a total sense of transmedia poetry.

His interventions on his blog where he writes about his domestic and private experiences project him as one of his drscargar as the type of quotidian activities descxrgar narrates take on the same nature as the particular Nocilla postpoetic situationism.

He talks about his experiments recycling several objects of his life and creating art through them in the same manner he makes his characters behave.

Drea, beyond the Nocilla Project, it might be pertinent to return to El hacedor de BorgesRemake. A few minutes later, he finds a drawing of the same object in his living room. He does not remember ever buying that type of bread or drawing that nofilla, and hence he reaches the conclusion that both objects must represent an alien UFO:.

To prove his point, the narrator takes photographs of hocilla objects and includes them in the text. These images serve as redundant data; they have been previously described and they only add a layer of supposed verisimilitude, which due to the absurdity of the statements that they represent, seems to be also ridiculed.

Immediately after this, he displays six images showing the evolution of the paper as it descatgar under the trash. The metaphor is extended by the last sentence next to a photograph: The expanded metaphor incorporates the relation between the pictures and the text, as it comments on the article printed on the used newspaper page.

The narrative voice repeats the tone of the fiction incorporated in El hacedor, a compilation where most narrative voices seem to belong to the same first person narrator.