Dakota

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Big black capital letters on white background, one, two or three words at a time, scheduled to match the beat of the music.
The piece is based on a close reading of Ezra Pound's Cantos I and first part of II.

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Critical writing that references this work:

Title Author Year
"Distance, Homelessness, Anonymity, and Insignificance": An Interview with Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries Thomas Swiss, Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries 2002
Charting the Shifting Seas of Electronic Literature’s Past and Present Jessica Pressman 2009
Comedies of Separation: Toward a Theory of the Ludic Book Brian Kim Stefans 2011
Creative Practice and Experimental Method in Electronic Literature and Human Experimental Psychology Andrew Michael Roberts, Lisa Otty, Martin Fischer, Anna Katharina Schaffner 2012
Digital Modernism: Making it New in New Media Jessica Pressman 2014
Digital Modernism: Making it New in New Media (Dissertation) Jessica Pressman 2007
Digital Poetry Leonardo L. Flores
Expressive Processing: On Process-Intensive Literature and Digital Media Noah Wardrip-Fruin 2006
Five Elements of Digital Literature Noah Wardrip-Fruin
Fortelling, litteratur og materialitet: En komparativ analyse av tre digitale verk Nina Singdahlsen 2013
I Love E-Poetry Leonardo L. Flores 2011
Intimate Mechanics: One Model of Electronic Literature Stuart Moulthrop 2016
Le récit littéraire interactif. Narrativité et interactivité Serge Bouchardon 2005
Matter of Time: Toward a Materialist Semiotics of Web Animation John David Zuern 2003
The Politics of Plasticity: Neoliberalism and the Digital Text Davin Heckman 2013
The Strategy of Digital Modernism: Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries's Dakota Jessica Pressman 2008
Urbanalities: Modernism, Postmodernism and Digital Literature Andrew Michael Roberts 2010
Why Digital Literature Has Always Been “Beyond the Screen” Andrew Michael Roberts 2010
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Eric Dean Rasmussen