The two authors suggest to build a CD-R0M of fiction interactive, with the goal to developed new possibilities of navigation. 0ne of their basic concerns in the digital arts is the potentialization of the navigation, in other words to develop new ways to map a digital work. In this sense, to explore a new navigation, which Paula Perissinotto and Ricardo Barreto are calling ‘dynamic navigation’, is the possibility that the navigator or user simultaneously navigate, modify and produce a dynamic development of a choreography, avoiding like this the mere reaction of interactive in the outline input and output. The ‘dynamic navigation’ would take an uncertain production on the part of the user by taking him to the creative and inventive use of the navigation.
- PAULA PERISSINOTTO, Brazil. people.bayt.com/paula-perissinotto
- RICARDO BARRETO