E-Poetry 2011

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17.05.2011 to 21.05.2011
University at Buffalo Buffalo , NY
United States
New York US
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From the organizer's website: E-Poetry is both a conference and a festival on digital poetry. Authors and researchers worldwide meet and present their research and works. This permits researchers to present their latest research and artists to premier their most recent works. A selection of the papers is published after the conference following the peer review system and we will also like to publish proceedings of the conference.

Critical writing presented:

Title Author Tags
10 years of Interpoesia Wilton Azevedo
Aesthetic Animism: Digital Poetry as Ontological Probe David Jhave Johnston digital animism, poetry, tavit
Assembling the Morrow Sandra Huber
Bearing the Fruits of E-­Poetry: A Personal Decennial View Chris Funkhouser digital poetry, e-poetry, electronic poetry
Close-­Reading: Digital Poetry Leonardo L. Flores poetry, close reading
Codeswitch: the Transborder Immigrant Tool Amy Sara Caroll
Cross-­Referenced E-­Lit and Scholarship: The ELMCIP Knowledge Base Patricia Tomaszek communities, database scholarship
Electronic Publishing Erin Costello
Endgames: The Poetics of Silence Steven J. LeMieux
Experimental Poetry and Technology in Argentina: History, Critique, Politics Claudia Kozak history, Argentina
Geo-Spatial Aesthetics: Time, Agency and Space in Electronic Writing Anna Gibbs, Maria Angel
Italian E-­poetry: Breaking the Traditions? Giovanna Di Rosario
Language, Voice, Sound, Computer Jörg Piringer
Light & Dust: Polyaesthetic Experiences with Locative Augmented Reality Maria Engberg
On Display: Body-­Machine-­Poem Sandy Baldwin
PO.EX '70-­80: The Electronic Multimodal Repository Rui Torres, Manuel Portela experimental literature, poesia experimental, digital archives, emulation, video poetry, sound poetry, concrete poetry, visual poetry, electronic literature
Poetic Ergodic Capture Philippe Bootz ergodic, cognition, ergodic/interactivity/participation, noematic reading, ergodic reading, ergodic capture, game poem
Revolution and Literal Poetics: Writing to be Found and the Natural Language Liberation Fron John Cayley
The apparatus of digital literature: a stenographic disposition in five minutes or less Ben Roberston novelty, apparatus
The Archeological Media Lab: A Locavore Approach to Access & Preservation Lori Emerson
The End of Time: On Kawara and Kawara Machines Stephanie Boluk
The Poetics of Translating E-­Literature Yves Abrioux translation
The Present of the Word: Poetry's Coming Digital Presence (on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Poetics Program) Charles Bernstein digital poetry, audio, PennSound
The Surface Materiality: Performing Generative Writing María Mencía
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