Where do we go from here ?
Using Maps and Models, SuperSigns and SuperStructures
Multimedia representations include coded and non-coded data, unique is only the representation of different signs, or sign and frame systems – like: Symbols, Icons, Indexes and their specific situation and context. (see concepts and context mapping  and viewpoint transportation systems )
Aware of broader ways and means to represent, display and construct meaning in seamless or connected realms it seems even more mandatory to embody, inhabit, contextualise, share and transcend multiple common frames of reference . See also multi-modal 
Dennis Wood defines Maps as Supersigns  Benking, Judge, Uhlir  have proposed a "Conceptual Superstructure" 1994, The question is can conceptual or cognitive maps and models be be structured as a or "space-scapes and "hyperframes" (see CODATA 1994 Chambery  and work around GLOBAL CHANGE .
If we agree on locations or artificial spaces for coded- and non-coded data: sign- or media references, we can share orienting generalizations and outline such an extra and embodied broader covenant 
The paper presents a work report and the design of a communication space for the exact and fine arts, various representations and media, cultures and languages as exercised with youth since the early 90ies. It looks into barriers in our thinking and presenting and tries with examples to overcome our thinking boxes, media, cultures, faculties, and times by making use of a combination system and model, sign and media theory through an pragmatic, educational "spin".
Pls. see: some Internet-LINKS and References "to go":
 see KNOWMAP and there C.S. Peirce & Signs:
COUNIL OF ERUROPE 1995 Meta-Paradigm:
 see 2.8 at: http://imaginarymuseum.org/MHV/PZImhv/
Denis Wood (1992/1993) The power of maps]
[p.113-114, The Interest Lies in Signs and Myths;
[p.117, The Interest Lies in Signs and Myths; Wood
[p.144-145, Sign Has a History; Wood (1992/1993)
INST – TUAC: http://www.inst.at/trans/15Nr/08_3/benking_report15.htm VELTMAN - JUDGE ---