ELMCIP Conference on Remediating the Social

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The Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice (ELMCIP) research project invited scholars, artists, researchers and performers to its final conference and exhibition. The event, running from Nov. 1-3, 2012, was hosted by Edinburgh College of Art in collaboration with New Media Scotland and University College Falmouth within the framework of the ELMCIP research project. The event was held at Inspace, a purpose-built research and exhibition facility at the University of Edinburgh, fully instrumented to facilitate engagement with developments in new technologies, scientific research and creative practice.

Critical writing presented

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10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10 Nick Montfort, Ian Bogost, Jeremy Douglass, Mark C. Marino, Michael Mateas, Mark Sample, Noah Vawter, Casey Reas, Patsy Baudoin, John Bell
A Response to Nick Montfort's "Programming for Fun, Together" Scott Rettberg
A Response to Roberto Simanowski's "The Compelling Charm of Numbers" Friedrich W. Block
Authorial Scholarship 2.0: Tracing the Creative Process in Online Communities Leonardo L. Flores
Bootstrapping Electronic Literature: An Introduction to the ELMCIP Project Scott Rettberg
Coincidentally the Screen has Turned to Ink: Electronic Literature for Library Spaces Søren Bro Pold
Constructs of the Interactive Documentary Image in Inside/Outside, The Unknown Territories Project, and Estuary Roderick Coover
Creativity as a Social Relation? James Leach
Derivative Writing: E-literature in the World of New Social and Economic Paradigms Janez Strehovec
DIWO: Do It With Others – No Ecology without Social Ecology Ruth Catlow, Marc Garrett
ELMCIP Research Project Goals, Results, and Impact -- Presentation for the Remediating the Social Conference Scott Rettberg
Embodied Algorithms: On Space and Mobility as Structural Metaphors Romy Achituv
Evaluating Digital Literature: Social Networks, Selection Processes and Criteria Alexandra Saemmer
Invisible Participation: Language and the Internet Daniel C. Howe, John Cayley, Jason Huff, Mimi Cabell
Locating the Creativity in the Interactive Fiction Community Yra van Dijk
Of People Not Machines: Authorship, Copyright and the Computer Programmer Elena Cooper
Open Source Cure Salvatore Iaconesi
Out of Place: Digital In-Grouping Donna Leishman
Palimpsest Amy Guy
Players Only Love You When They’re Playin': Community as Algorithm in Programmable Poetics Chris Funkhouser, Andrew Klobucar
Presentation of the ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature (Rap version) Maria Engberg, Talan Memmott
Programming for Fun, Together Nick Montfort
R3/\/\1X\/\/0RX - an artist's presentation Christine Wilks, Randy Adams, Chris Joseph
Re-reading the Digital: An Inquiry Through Practice Penny Florence
Re:Mix Mark Amerika
Remediating English Pedagogy: Nurturing Immersive, Complex and Creative Literary Experiences for Students in Contemporary Times Angela A. Thomas
Remediating the Social
Remediating the Social introduction Simon Biggs
Rendezvous: A Collaboration Between Art, Research and Communities Cécile Chevalier
Rhizomes, Lines and Nomads: Doing Fieldwork with Creative Networked Communities Penny Travlou
Sauti ya wakulima: "The Voice of the Farmers": The creation of a community memory through appropriated media Eugenio Tisselli
Spatial Remediations Roderick Coover
Stringing Disturbances in Poetic Array Spaces: Reading by Close Reading Loss Pequeño Glazier
The Artist, the Database, and the Project of the University John Cayley
The Compelling Charm of Numbers: Writing for and thru the Network of Data Roberto Simanowski
The Digital Manual Smita Kheria
The New Gamified Social Daphne Dragona
Thinking in Networks: Western/non-Western Interaction Yvonne Spielmann
Upstage Helen Varley Jamieson
Where is E-Lit in Rulinet? Natalia Fedorova
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Eric Dean Rasmussen