E-Poetry 2007

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Date: 
20.05.2007 to 23.05.2007
Location: 
Le cube Issy les Moulineaux, Paris 8 University
2 Rue de la Liberté
93200 Saint-Denis
France
FR
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From the organizer´s website: Both a conference and festival, dedicated to showcasing the best talent in digital poetry and poetics from around the world. E-Poetry combines both a high-level academic conference and workshop, examining growing trends in this young and emergent art form, with a festival of the latest and most exciting work from both established and new practitioners.

Critical writing presented:

Title Author Tags
What Spam Means to Network Situationism Justin Katko, Camille Paloque-Berges spam, marketing, ideology, reading, network, situationism
Digital Word in a Palm: Digital Poetry between Reading and immersive Bodily Experience Janez Strehovec 3D, poetry, atmosphere, immersion, embodiment
Jim Rosenberg’s Diagram Poems Series #3: A Few Preliminary Notes on Translation Issues Arnaud Regnauld, Hélène Perrin
Le(s) Mange Texte(s): Creative Cannibalism and Digital Poetry Chris Funkhouser cannibalism, antropophagy, digital poetry
Nam Shub – A Text Creation and Performance Environment Jörg Piringer platform, software art, visual poetry, sound poetry. tool
Poetic Transformations in(to) the Digital Friedrich W. Block, Rui Torres adaptation, intertextuality, poetics, visual poetry, sound poetry, combinatory, algorithmic
Portuguese Experimental Poetry: Revisited and Recreated Pedro Reis Portuguese experimental literature, appropriation, digital poetry, experimental literature, intertextuality, networked poetry, teaching digital literature
The Virtualization of Poetry and Self Komninos Zervos virutalization, poetry, cyberpoetry, Australia, animation
Trajectory of Electronic Poetry in Brazil: A Short History Jorge Luiz Antonio epoetry, Brazilian elit, Brazil, digital poetics
Writing the World: Toward a Systems Approach to E-Writing Jim Carpenter code, writing, programming, platform, source code, archiving, best practices, systems
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Patricia Tomaszek
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