Electronic Literature Organization 2019: Peripheries (ELO 2019)

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15.07.2019 to 17.07.2019
University College Cork Cork
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The theme for ELO2019 #ELOcork is “peripheries”: delegates are invited to explore the edges of literary and digital culture, including emerging traditions, indeterminate structures and processes, fringe communities of praxis, effaced forms and genres, marginalised bodies, and perceptual failings.

(source: homepage ELO2019 website)

Critical writing presented:

Title Author Tags
"These Waves …:" Writing New Bodies for Applied E-literature Studies Lauren Munro, Hannah Fowlie, Megan Perram, Christine Wilks, Sarah Riley, Carla Rice, Astrid Ensslin, K. Alysse Bailey postfeminism, contemporary electronic literature, cultural
#PEAE (Participatif Ethology in Artificial Environments) Annie Abrahams aesthetic, attention and trust, artist-talk, e-stranger, languages, behavioural art, agency art, relational machine, performance
(Re)Mediating Alphabetic Language: Alexander Melville Bell’s Visible Speech and the Conception and Use of Humans as Writing Instruments Johannah Rodgers
A Little Transmediation Can Be a Dangerous Thing, or What Happened When I Made a Multimedia Poem from an Artist’s Book Richard Holeton
Amore di plastica: A survey on digital publishing in Italy Daniele Giampà multimedia, research, e-book, multimodality
Analysis of poetry writing teaching at high school level Guadalupe Echegoyen research, text, teaching methodology, poetic writing, modeling practice
Analyzing Pry as a literature work, Is it possible? Yolanda de Gregorio Robledo idea, tool, analytic tool, digital narrative work
At the Brink: Electronic Literature, Technology, and the Peripheral Imagination Anne Karhio infrastructure, media archaeology, geographies, Ireland, Anthropocene
Beyond the Periphery of Modernist Prose: Digital Faulknerian Stream-of-Consciousness David Thomas Henry Wright recombinant poetics, literary modernism, textual criticism, William Faulkner, ideal text
Creative Writing on the Wall: Literary Practices on Facebook Erika Fülöp electronic literature, social media, video writing, research
Crime fiction in digital ethos: legal and ethical challenges in e-lit Paola Carbone crime, story, new media, detective, digital ontology, ethos, law, electronic detective story
Data-Realism: Reading and Writing Datafied Text Malthe Stavning Erslev, Søren Bro Pold bot-mimicry, digital platforms, automatic text generation, realism
Diffractive Reading in the Reading Club Annie Abrahams collective writing, intra-action, reading club, reariting, distributed intelligence, author roles
Digital Sound Poetry: Peripheral Platform for Posthuman Performativity Christophe Collard sound poetry, sound, posthumanism
E-locutio: stitching styles and pulling threads in electronic literature Helen J. Burgess language patterns, persuasion, programming styles, engine, patterns
Eccentric Peninsular: The Cornish Coast as a site for Deconstruction in Intermedia Poetry David Devanny poetry, digital literature, contemporary, intermedia
Electronic Literature in the Anthropocene Richard A. Carter drones, sensors, Anthropocene, generative, materiality, ecology
Electronic Literature, or Whatever It’s Called Now: the Archive and the Field Clara Chetcuti digital art, electronic, literature, Poetic, digital humanities scholar, electronic literature
eLit User Experience: Audience+Purpose=Design John F. Barber user experience, interface design, digital content, medium, periphery
Exploring Digital Culture: why Tool Matters Odile Farge research, digital culture, computational, coding, digital humanities
From Grid to Rhizome: a Rethinking of a Layout Arrangement of the Post-digital Text Hana Atcheson, Andrea Gogova typography, post-digital, typographical analysis, paradigm, code
Grappling With the Actual: Writing on the Periphery of the Real J. R. Carpenter realism, digital realism, posthuman realism, poetry, digital poetry, ecopoetry, environmental humanities, ocean, wind
Infinite Verse Nick Montfort infinity, poetry
Mining Linguistic Content from Vast Audio and Video Archives for Multimodal Poetry Andrew Demirjian research, poetry, presentation, audio, video, methodology, digital poems, visual content
Nodes Without Edges: Peripheries of the Database Hannah Ackermans digital hermeneutics, database structure, contributory database, digital labor, crowdsourcing, quantitative analysis, data collection, periphery
On Nationalizing a Transnational Literature: A Case Study on Examining J. R. Carpenter’s Work Within a Canadian Context Jane Boyes electronic literature, medium, Canada, gender, feminism
Peripheries2: Czech and Slovak digital literature on the edge of domestic and foreign interest Tomas Franta Czech and Slovak electronic literature, tradition of electronic literature, avant-garde literature, experimental poetry
Preserving, Curating and Visualizing Latin American Digital Literature and Art Nohelia Meza, Carolina Gainza, Thea Pitman art, Latin America, digital visualization
Queer Wordplay: The Queer Subversion of Language in Locked-In and Blackbar Jason Boyd digital work, queer, lesbian, interactivity, close reading, textual analysis, wordplay, conventional literature
Revisting Califia: “Here the Path triverages” Jennifer Dellner hypertext narrative, electronic literature, theoretical, database
Rui Torres’ Cantiga in class – digital poetry in Portuguese schools Ana Albuquerque Aguilar portuguese, digital poetry, textual engine, combinatory poem, generative text
Sound and queer affirmative space in augmented reality Maud Ceuterick AR/VR, cinema studies, cultural geography, queer, sound, digital culture, space
The Birth of the Algorithmic Author: NLG Systems as Tools and Agents Leah Henrickson natural language generation, nlg, artificial intelligence, AI, computational creativity, agency, authorial agency, authorship, creativity, hci, digital humanities
The Crisis of Representation: Glitch Art and the Rise of Technological Abstraction Laurence Counihan photography, traditional images, documentation, mapping, digital technology, computational systems
The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction Dan Rockmore, Kyle Booten computational poetry, online event, consumer, paradigm, emulation
Two New Perspectives on Electronic Literature: Hybrid Writing Forms and Lexical Automata Anthony Durity typology, traditional literature, electronic literature, computer science, analysis tool
Visible and Invisible Archives: The Database Aesthetics of The Atlas Group Archive and haikU Hannah Ackermans database narrative, database aesthetics, database structure, database, sociality
Walking Simulator Video Games–A New Digital Storytelling Artefact–Transportation, not flow Heidi Colthup video games, audiovisual novels, adventure games, digital fiction, art games, simulator
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