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Poetry Beyond Text Vision, Text and Cognition

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'Words of Wisdom' by Jim Carruth
'Words of Wisdom' by Jim Carruth
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Cheryl Brown 2
Cheryl Brown 2
Category: Creative Responses to Poetry
Katie Reid 2
Katie Reid 2
Category: Creative Responses to Poetry
Khalid Alsayed
Khalid Alsayed
Category: Creative Responses to Poetry
Suzi Clarke
Suzi Clarke
Category: Creative Responses to Poetry
Heat Map of 'Field' by Jim Carruth
Heat Map of 'Field' by Jim Carruth
Tags: Carruth
Category: Eye-tracking Images
Fixation Map of 'Chateau des Enfants' by Robin Bell
Fixation Map of 'Chateau des Enfants' by Robin Bell
Category: Eye-tracking Images
Fixation Map of 'Notes' by Gayle Robinson
Fixation Map of 'Notes' by Gayle Robinson
Category: Eye-tracking Images

 

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When presented with a poem on the page or perhaps even on an object, what do we look at first - the words or the medium? How do the images influence our approach to the text and their meaning and do we read or view the poem?

 

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Poster - Events May-July 2011PDF

 

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Poster from the May 2010 Award Holders eventLink

 

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