Memmott's "Lexia to Perplexia"
combination of dynamic screen presentations with
integrations of visual and textual ciphers is a
characteristic of a net projects´ group in
Memmott´s work. "Lexia to Perplexia" (2000)
provokes attention as a maturated example of this
group. Memmott developed "Lexia to Perplexia" as a
hyperfiction combining icons, parts of codes resp.
punctuation marks and neologisms via DHTML and
screen presentations of the ten source codes resp.
chapters. Memmott´s combinations of textual
parts with pictures reflect relations between users
(as "remote bodies"), their screens and networks.
This article on "Lexia to Perplexia" explains
connections between the internal parts of the
project and proposes some clues for the
interpretation of (relations between) ciphers in
the hope to facilitate reading and
with Organs Elsewhere"
"The eye/I" to "(s)T(ex)T(s)"