- a project
- a talk
Contemporary artists using annotation.
Erasure series by bethany joy collins. A trace of language:
laura owens created a series of emojis that could be downloaded by attendees:
Why do artists annotate?
Motivation. The enjoyment at the margins (or in the overlay?).
About Speculative Annotation.
Speculation references speculative fiction (fantasy, sci fi).
Everything is saved in the browser. There's no server.
There is a speculative annotation mini collection.
codex will like this one:
The project spanned 12 (!) divisions of the library.
Then the talk went into amazing examples of annotation by students, which I won't reproduce here as they had written consent to show work by minors and I wouldn't want to breach anyone's consent.
No social support:
Except #AnnotateLOC (could be aggregated in the agora?).
The rosenwald manuscript annotated:
Activity: we annotate the left hand of darkness. But first Q&A.
- q does the tool have a way to take their annotations with them?
- q what if you had a button to save annotation .png files to the internet archive?
- q how to get involved?
- Now we annotate :)