Electronic Literature Organization 2013: Chercher le texte

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23.09.2013 to 28.09.2013
Centre Pompidou
19 Rue Beaubourg
75004 Paris
École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs
31 Rue Ulm
75005 Paris
Bibliothèque nationale de France
Quai François Mauriac
Le Cube
20 Cours Saint-Vincent
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Launched under the leadership of Paragraph Laboratory of the University of Paris 8, the Excellence Arts-H2H Lab, and Laboratory Music and Computer Marseille (MIM), "Locating the Text" is the most important international events of digital literature with cultural, artistic, scientific and educational purposes, never been organized in France.

Critical writing presented:

Title Author Tags
"A Machine Made of Words by a Machine Made of Numbers"- Authorial Presence in Niemi’s Stud Poetry David Boyles digital poetics, text, Random code, interactive, game, modernism, definition of e-lit, poetry, experimental, iteration, generative, vocabulary, rules, user input, uncertainty
"Make Me Think": Composing the Narrative Interface Will Luers narrative experience, interface design
(Electronic) Literature and the (Post)human Condition Kent Aardse postmodernism, literariness, cognition, written textuality, flux, progression, multimodality, digital arts, digital technology, close reading, hypertext fiction
<<Chercher l’exhibition>> Curating Electronic Literature as a Critical Practice Dene Grigar curating electronic literature, exhibiting electronic literature, critical practices, media-specificity, education, Audience, reviewing
A Humument app by Tom Phillips as a work of liberature: between text and embodiment Anna Nacher ipad, app, liberature, A Humument, affordances, literariness, multimodality, theoretical tool, cut-up technique, remediation, oral communication
A Network Analysis of Dissertations About Electronic Literature Jill Walker Rettberg dissertations, ELMCIP Knowledge Base, visualization, tags, keywords
A Site for Collaborative Reading of E-Lit Mark C. Marino, Jessica Pressman, Jeremy Douglass collaborative practices, multimodal, data visualization, code analysis, textual explication, bibliographic history, media archaeology, platform studies, software studies, critical code studies, born-digital poetics
An Emerging Canon? A Preliminary Analysis of All References to Creative Works in Critical Writing Documented in the ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base Scott Rettberg visualization, database, canon, data visualization, knowledge model, ELMCIP Knowledge Base, cross-referencing, creative works, critical writing
Approaching the Real: Materiality in Digital Literature Yra van Dijk handwriting, hand-drawn, authenticity, digital literature, medium, graphic, materiality, language, avant garde, digitalized handwriting, graffiti, affect, reality, body, mediatedness
Architextualité et programmes d'écriture pour les textes interactifs littéraires Gaétan Darquié Ecriture numérique, Textes intéractifs, Textes modèles, Architextes, Artchitextualité, Fictions intéractives, Hypertextes, Conception, Solutions logicielles, L’étude du code et des systèmes logiciels
Au seuil du livre : les œuvres hypermédiatiques d’Andy Campbell (The Rut, Surface, Paperwound) Anaïs Guilet peritext, code, figure, book, cyberculture, poetry, poetics, hypermedia
Aura in the Age of Computational Production Kathi Inman Berens, Leonardo L. Flores, Nick Montfort, Jason Edward Lewis, David Jhave Johnston, Erik Loyer, J. R. Carpenter roundtable, electronic literature, iOS, PCs, aura, spreadable media
Authorship and Autership in the Collaborative Development Process of Text-Based Games Michael James Heron, John Townsend collaboration, authorship, MUDs, ownership, medium, platform, discussion, production, publication, immersive, interactive, versioning, software, literary, cinematic, creativity
Beyond Binaries: Continuity and Change in Literary Experimentation in Response to Print and Digital Technologies. Johannah Rodgers experimental fiction, network fiction, media specific analysis, hypertext, book history, digital fiction, print technology
Blind Spots: The Phantom Pain, The Helen Keller Simulator, and Disability in Games Stephanie Boluk, Patrick LeMieux video games, non-visual, atrophy, vision, form, real-time 3D, gaming industry, ocularcentric, cinematic hypertrophy, logic, blindrunning, videogame design
CELL Roundtable on Naming Authority and Interoperability Joseph Tabbi, Davin Heckman database, naming authority, interoperability, bibliography, data-sharing
Community Repository of Writers on Writing Samantha Gorman practice-based research, writing process, digital composition, digital storytelling, cultural institutions, composing, process, cultural artifacts, trends, divergences, writers, cultural producers
Conduit d'Aération : un projet de recherche et création Alexandra Saemmer, Lucile Haute, Aurélie Herbet
Cross-Reading: un outil de visualisation de close readings Philippe Bootz, María Inés Laitano close reading, visualization, ontologies, cross-reading, analytic tool, collaboration, teamwork, project, electronic literature theory, procedural model
De la croissante invisibilité des poésies numériques en ligne dans la zone française Philippe Castellin web, digital poetry, web 2.0, experimental poetry, utopian
Débat : « Littérature numérique : chercher le texte ! » Philippe Castellin, Jerome Fletcher, Juliette Mézenc
Digital Games and Electronic Literature: Toward an Intersectional Analysis Patrick Jagoda video games, digital textuality, story, narrative, mediality, visual novel, game-like experience, interactive fiction, taxonomy, cultural orientation
Digital Humanties in Praxis: Introducing the Brazilian Electronic Reseach Collection Luciana Gattass Brazilian Electronic Literature Collection, ELMCIP, digital humanities, scholarly practice, utopian, inscription
Distant Readings of a Field: Using Macroanalytic Digital Research Methods to Data Mine the ELMCIP Knowledge Base Scott Rettberg, Jill Walker Rettberg, Luciana Gattass database, distant reading, digital methods, patterns, visualisation, data mining, embodiment, brazilian, dissertation, research collection
Does E-literature need a theory of language? Jerome Fletcher
E-Literary Text in Nomadic Cockpit Janez Strehovec e-literature, new media art, mobile media, locative media, activism, tactical biopolitics, zoom narrative, reality
Editing Electronic Literature in the Global Publishing System Sandy Baldwin, Tiffany Zerby digital publishing, ebooks, electronic literature, discourse, systems theory, scholarly publishing, globalization, editing, editors, historical model, avant garde, hermeneutics, intermediality, semiotics
EnsadLab's art research on mobile screens and reading contexts : an overview Dominique Cunin
Exopoiesis and literariness in the works of William Gibson, Mark Z. Danielewski, Kate Pullinger and Chris Joseph Ugo Panzani anglo-american fiction, literary studies, electronic literature, literariness, remediation, N. Katherine Hayles, hypertextuality, hypermediality, print fiction, autopoiesis
Extending Embodiment Within the Knowledge Base Elisabeth Nesheim embodiment, touch, movement, gesture, haptic, ELMCIP Knowledge Base, electronic literature
Golden Days, Silver Nights: Locating Utopia through Diminished Reality Brian Greenspan locative, steampunk, alternate-history, adventure game, socialism, utopia, dystopia, political history, social progress
Hipertextualités Jean Didier Wagneur
Hostages of the Ephemeral: A Preservationist View of Electronic Literature Kyle Rimkus preservation, ephemerality, accessibility, formats, cultural heritage, collection, external memory, computing environment, hardware, software
Internet Radio and Electronic Literature: Locating the Text in the Act of Listening John F. Barber sound, aural narrative, internet radio, electronic literature, radio drama, radio art, audio literary experience
La double démesure de l'oeuvre textuelle métastable Stéphan Hyronde open work, metastable work, technique, mediality, ontology, teleology
La littérarité du code informatique TRANS.MISSION [A. DIALOGUE] Ariane Savoie translation, electronic literature translation, computer generated text, generation
La littérature numérique: un patrimoine à pérenniser Elodie Bertrand, Jean-Philippe Humblot
Limbo and the Edge of the Literary James Brown Jr. videogame, games, critical practices, limitrophy, puzzle, hell, traps, danger, failure, murder, monochromatic, story, art, taxonomy, expressive processes, electronic literature
Lineages of German-language Electronic Literature: the Döhl Line Beat Suter german, history, development, genres, concrete experiments, collaborative writing, authoring environments, hypertext, hyperfiction, net literature, code works, blogging, philosophy, poetics, art
Literacy between book, page and screen – on Between Page and Screen by Amaranth Borsuk and Brad Bouse Agnieszka Przybyszewska avante-garde, concrete poetry, cybertext, signs, typography, visual literature, transcoding, interface, augmented reality book
Literature in a State of Emergency Davin Heckman emergence, emergency, state of exception, criticism, literature, governance, literary criticism, media theory, cultural studies, state of change
Locating Literary Heritage in Paratexts: An Analysis of Peritexts in Electronic Literature Patricia Tomaszek paratext, peritext, literary theory, book-as-object, programmable media, paratext theory, literary function, obsolescence, archiving
Modes of production and reception of electronic literature in Latin America. An analysis of “Tierra de extracción” from Doménico Chiappe and Andreas Meier Carolina Gainza Latin American Electronic Literature, cyberculture, Latin American Cultural Studies, aesthetics, politics, macromedia director, polyphony, production, reception, distribution, circulation, creative communities, posthumanism
Nature’s Agents: Chreods, Code, Plato, and Plants Lisa Swanstrom blog, plant, Midori-san, emotion, photosynthesize, correspondence
New literatures for a new imaginary: some hispanic case studies Begoña Regueiro, Miriam Llamas Ubieto, Amelia Sanz spanish, e-literature, New imaginary, E-reading, Teaching e-literature, globalization, regional, national, social, enerational, sectual, memories, production, consumption
On Polish Translation of Sea and Spar Between Mariusz Pisarski, Monika Górska Olesińska electronic literature translation, translation, poetry generator, Sea and Spar Between, open-source, adaptation, generative literature
One + One = Zero – Vanishing Text in Electronic Literature Marjorie C. Luesebrink electronic fiction, electronic poetry, code, text, text manipulation, erasure of text, postmodernism, language, interpretation, visible text
Out of Bounds: Searching Deviated Literature in Audiovisual Electronic Environments Claudia Kozak migrations, out of bounds, translanguages, avant-garde, criticism, Argentina, close reading, distant reading, poetry, e-poetry, audiovisual, taxonomy, politial reading, migration, globalization, language, translanguage
Panorama de la production scientifique au Brésil: Cyberculture et poésie numérique (2000-2010) Reheniglei Rehem poésie numerique, cyberculture
Post-digital Books and Disruptive Literary Machines Søren Bro Pold, Christian Ulrik Andersen amazon, e-books, Google, hypertext, post-digital, literary culture, literary experiment, production, distribution, capitalism
Post-digital Books and Disruptive Literary Machines : Digital Literature Beyond the Gutenberg and Google Galaxies Søren Bro Pold, Christian Ulrik Andersen
Read Fast, Die Young? – Interpreting Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries’ Flash Poem Dakota Matti Kangaskoski Digital, poetry, interpretation, reading, dakota, reader experience, reading time, reading direction, reading duration, illegibility, emphasis, postmodernism
Reader/Author “Control of the Edit” in the Novella App “Penumbra" Samantha Gorman
Reading the Drones: Working Towards a Critical Tradition of Interactive Poetry Generation Calum Rodger generative text, digital poetics, modernist, JanusNode, computer-generated poetry, online, Oulipo, programming, research, literariness, critical, textual study, dada, traditions
Relocating the Literary: In Networks, Knowledge Bases, Global Systems, Material and Mental Environments Joseph Tabbi actor-network theory, cognitive capitalism, world literature, literary quality, aesthetics, communication, databases, open source, open access, Electronic Literature Directory, ELMCIP Knowledge Base
Remediation of French Digital Poetry Samuel Petit
Remediation of French Digital Poetry Florent Souillot
Rethinking Comparative Literature: Literary Studies in the Age of Electronic Media Jörgen Schäfer
Roundtable on remediation of French literature Philippe Bootz, Alexandra Saemmer, Douglas Duteil digital poetry, heritage, remediation, anthology, French digital poetry
Scripts for Infinite Readings Manuel Portela embodiment, reading performance, programmed reader, reading motions, simulation, material representation, performativity, interpretation, cognition, meaning production, scripted reader
Spars of Language Lost at Sea Nick Montfort, Stephanie Strickland poetry generators, Emily Dickinson, Herman Melville, versioning, porting code, translation, materiality, stanzas, bookmarking
Spirals of Meaning: Exploring Nonlinearity through Prezi’s Infinite Canvas Anastasia Salter infinite canvas, sequential art, environmental storytelling, prezi, powerpoint, ipad, presentation format, images, text, Storyspace, linearity
The "Research and Creation" Approach in Digital Literature Serge Bouchardon research and creation, epistemology, methodology, first person experience, introspection, data collection, creative research
The Absence and Potential of Electronic Literature Sandy Baldwin philosophical approaches to electronic literature, literary, community formation, subject, digital inscription, taxonomy
The Awareness of the Power of the Tool: the Author and his Practices Odile Farge Outil, Logiciel, Création, Écriture, Numérique, Pouvoir
The Ethos of "Life": digital writing and the temporal animation of space Maria Angel, Anna Gibbs aesthetics, animation, digital writing, sensory ecologies, space, movement, embodiment, translocation, seonsory ecologies
The Materiality of the Intangible: Literary Metaphor in Multimodal Texts Lyle Skains materiality, multi-modality, image, text, semiotics, coherent, decoherent, literary metaphor, meaning making
Tierra de Extracción: How Hypermedia Novels could enhance Literary Assessment Bryan Barrachina hypermedia novel, remediation, intermediation, hyperphony, collaboration, interactive fiction, animation, hypertext, Multiple Intelligences, digital native
To Grasp or not to Grasp. A Phenomenological Approach to Serge Bouchardon's E-Literary Pieces Maja Murnik
Towards a Digital Epistemology: Printed Texts and the Logic of Electronic Literature Jonas Ingvarsson digital epistemology, avant-garde literature, electronic literature, media archaeology, printed texts, discursive network
Traduire et préserver des œuvres numériques : Les projets du Laboratoire NT2 : La revue bleuOrange et L’Abécédaire du Web Alice Van der Klei, Sophie Marcotte, JoAnne Lalonde, Geneviève Has, Ariane Savoie translation, electronic literature, traduire la littérature électronique, preservation, digital cultural heritage, préserver l’héritage d’une culture numérique, digital culture, culture numérique
Translating afternoon, a story by Michael Joyce, or How to Inhabit a Spectral Body Arnaud Regnauld, Anne-Laure Tissut, Stéphane Vanderhaeghe translation, remediation, spectrality, archives, hauntology, Walter Benjamin, versioning, alteration, perpetuation, hyperlinking, code, iterability
Une “poésie numérique”? Khlebnikov et Jakobson, Marinetti, Schwitters, Kostelanetz Matteo D’Ambrosio cutting edge, poetry, number, avant garde, Roman Jakobson, digital poetry, futurism
Where Is the Text? The Disappearance of the Text in Electronic Poetry Giovanna Di Rosario electronic poetry, text, hermeneutics, diversity, empirical research, development, text disappearance, untranslatability, translanguage, transcultural
“Iteration, you see”: Floating Text and Chaotic Reading/Viewing in slippingglimpse. Gwen Le Cor slippingglimpse, chaotic reading, dynamical system, iteration, chreods, literary criticism, contemporary writing, new media, nonlinearity
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