OLE Officina di Letteratura Elettronica: Lavori del Convegno, Napoli, Gennaio 2011

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An anthology of writing documenting the Officina di Letteratura Elettronica (OLE) conference held in Naples, Italy on January 20-21, 2011. The published volume contains most, but not all, of the presentations at what was the first conference and exhibition focused on electronic literature in Italy.

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Although Italy has a long tradition of experimental literature this new contemporary avant-garde has not yet found its place either in the halls of academia (to be studied and researched) or within the walls of museums (to be displayed and curated).

Contents (Critical Writing):

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A Short History of Electronic Poetry Loss Pequeño Glazier
About Some Programmed Forms in Digital Poetry Philippe Bootz
Art, Activism and Web. Notes and Hypothesis for a Historical Overview Stefano Taccone
Biopoetry Eduardo Kac
Digital Arts and Literature – Is it Just a Game? Alexandra Saemmer
Digital Literary Text as a Play and a Ride Janez Strehovec
E-Literature vs. E-poetry Caterina Davinio
eLiterature: Literature in the Digital Era. Definition, Concept and Status Fabio De Vivo
Filiations and History of Digital Literature in France Serge Bouchardon
From ASCII to Cyberspace: A Trajectory in Digital Poetry Eduardo Kac
From Mimetic to Cybernetic Mario Franco
From Oral Poetry to Tridimensional Poetry Agata Chiusano
From Textual Random Synthesis to Hypermedia - The Genesis of a Multimedia Electronic Work: ALLETSATOR/ROTASTELLA Pedro Barbosa
German Net Literature: In the Exile of Invisibility Patricia Tomaszek
Multimodal Metaphor and Intersubjective Experiences: The Importance of Eye-Contact in Davidson’s Graphic Novel The Spiral Cage and in Annie Abrahams Net-Project On Collaboration Asunción López-Varela Azcárate
New Media ArtPoetry: A Reflection on Practice María Mencía
Orality Writing Vision Luigi Frezza
The ELMCIP Knowledge Base and the Formation of an International Field of Literary Scholarship and Practice Scott Rettberg
The Experience of the Unique in Reading Digital Literature Raine Koskimaa
The Textual Whole and its Vicissitudes in Digital and Ergodic Literature Markku Eskelinen
The Virtual and The Virtuous Luigi Caramiello, Salvatore Monaco
Toward a Semiotic Critique of Computer Poetry Matteo D’Ambrosio
Translating Digital Literature. The Example of “I’m simply saying” Laura Borràs Castanyer
Video Ergo Sum: Video as Symbolic Form Paolo Granata
What is "The Asian Tower"? Lorenza Colicigno

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CityFish J. R. Carpenter
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