Visual narrative through hypermedia: İki project as a case study
Akyar, Naz (2011) Visual narrative through hypermedia: İki project as a case study. [Thesis]
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Visual narrative is an essential element in communication via images, which can appear in many different media and forms. To apprehend visual narrative one must know, how image and text work coordinately. Examples of this can be observed in many paintings, comics and photography, which includes text to enhance it's artistic expression. Selfportraiture also provides a rich expression domain for visual narrative, especially personal narrative. In today's information era, hypertext and hypermedia are used for many purposes in computer, business, intellectual, educational and leisure applications. With their convenience in easy navigation and interaction, they are also being used in interactive electronic literature. Hypertext and hypermedia are perfect tools for non-linear or multilinear narrative on Internet based platforms and websites. Narrator is a very important narrative element for telling a well-developed story. In order to comprehend the uses of narrator in a narrative, whatever it's medium may be, one must study narrative modes and point of view narrators. This thesis discusses the use of hypermedia with various creative content such as image, text, audio and video in visual narrative, while approaching İki project as a case study.
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