Traversal of Mary-Kim Arnold's "Lust"

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The traversal of Mary-Kim Arnold's "Lust" took place on Friday, May 18, 2018 in the Electronic Literature Lab. It was performed by Nicholas Schiller, Associate Director of the lab and faculty in the Creative Media & Digital Culture program at Washington State University Vancouver.

The traversal of May-Kim Arnold's "Lust" consists of three videoclips of the performance itself along with comments and the questions and answer session with the audience. The traversal was split into three parts. In this event, Nicholas Schiller reads his way through Arnold's "Lust" and explains to the audience how it works when interacting with it and how it gets presented. He also explores the theme in Lust and how there are repeated fragments of stories, words and phrases. 

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Traversal of Mary-Kim Arnold’s “Lust,” Part 1

Traversal of Mary-Kim Arnold’s “Lust,” Part 2

Traversal of Mary-Kim Arnold’s “Lust,” Part 3

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