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Spletna književnost : magistrsko delo
Gržina, Tadeja (Author), Blatnik, Andrej (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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V magistrskem delu je predstavljena spletna književnost, zvrst literature, ki je zaradi svoje interdisciplinarnosti nobena stroka povsem ne pokriva. Ker je tema zelo slabo raziskana, smo predstavili najbolj pomembne in relevantne teme in pojme, ki so povezani s spletno književnostjo - splet v povezavi s tekstom in branjem ter spletno umetnost, kot področje ustvarjanja, ki je neločljivo povezano s spletno književnostjo. Prestavili smo začetke in razvoj spletne književnosti, zvrsti, kako se tovrstna literatura ustvarja, bere in ohranja. Namen magistrskega dela je bil ugotoviti, ali tovrstno literaturo ustvarjajo tudi slovenski avtorji, zato smo v empiričnem delu pregledali ustvarjalne opuse štirih, najbolj znanih spletnih umetnikov (J. Železnikar, V. Ćosić, I. Štromajer, T. Spiller). Njihova dela smo primerjali z zastavljenim primerjalnim okvirjem, ki smo ga sestavili na podlagi pregledane literature in del. Hkrati pa smo v raziskavi tudi preverjali prisotnost teh del v knjižnicah (in drugih kulturnih institucijah), da bi ugotovili, kdo in kako skrbi za ohranjanje del, ki na spletu največkrat nimajo dolgega roka trajanja. Po analizi rezultatov smo ugotovili, da spletno književnost v Sloveniji prvenstveno ustvarja samo en avtor (J. Železnikar), dva relevantna dela pa je ustvaril tudi T. Spiller. Do naše raziskave ni nobena knjižnica (ali druga ustanova) aktivno ohranjala dela, zato smo to pobudo naslovili na Narodno in univerzitetno knjižnico, da bi to izvajala v okviru zajemanja za Spletni arhiv.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:spletna književnost, spletna umetnost, literatura, digitalna besedila, elektronski mediji, bolonjske magistrske naloge
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2014
Publisher:[T. Gržina]
Number of pages:105 f.
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:02821.163.6:004(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:54952802 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:
This master's thesis presents digital literature % type of literature which is due to its interdisciplinary nature not wholly included in any field. Due to the lack of research of the subject we presented the most important and relevant subjects and themes that are associated with digital literature % the web in relation to text and reading and web based art which is inseperatly connected to digital literature. We presented the beginnings of digital literature and its development, genres, how it is created, read and preserved. The aim of this thesis is to determine whether such literature is also created by Slovenian authors; therefore we examined complete works of four most known web artists (J. Železnikar, V. Ćosić, I. Štromajer, T. Spiller). Their works were compared to comparative frame which we constructed on the basis of revised literature and examinated works. Another aspect of research was to examine the presence of these works in libraries (and other cultural institutions) in order to determine who and how is preserving these works which most often do not have long durability on web. The results of the analysis have shown that digital literature in Slovenia is primarily created by only one author (J. Železnikar), two relevant works were also created by T. Spiller. Before our research there was no library (or other institution) who would actively preserve these works, so we addressed the initiative to the National and University library to perform preservstion within their regular Web archive harvesting.


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