Scheduled maintenance

Norwegian national e-infrastructure, NIRD have been having a lot of downtime. We are very sorry for the inconvenience this have caused.

Brian Kim Stefans

Person
Residency: 
Los Angeles
United States
US
Gender: 
Record Status: 
Short biography: 

B.A., Literature, Bard College, 1992; M.F.A., Electronic Literature, Brown University, 2006.

Assistant Professor at the Department of English at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). His research interests include creating a "bridge" between the concepts and traditions of various 20th-century avant-gardes -- Language writing, the Oulipo, concrete poetry, conceptual art, Situationism, metafiction, etc. -- and various genres of digital literature, including animated poems, interactive texts, algorithmically-generated and manipulated texts, "nomadic" writing, hacktivism and experimental blogs. Presently working on a series of wall projections called "Scriptors" which will appear as gallery and environmental installations in the coming years. 

Critical writing by this author:

Titlesort descending Publication Type Publisher Year
Animation/Kineticism Article or chapter in a book Johns Hopkins University Press
Comedies of Separation: Toward a Theory of the Ludic Book Article in a print journal, Article in an online journal Journal of Electronic Publishing 2011
Exchange on Curriculars (2003) Article or chapter in a book The MIT Press 2006
Fashionable Noise: On Digital Poetics Book (monograph) Atelos 2003
From Byte to Inscription: An Interview with John Cayley by Brian Kim Stefans Article in an online journal The Iowa Review Web 2003
Immanence, Inc.: Algorithm, Flow, and the Displacement of the Real Article or chapter in a book Bloomsbury Academic 2018
Interview with Brian Kim Stefans Interview 2012
Language as Gameplay: From the Oulipo to the Jew's Daughter Conference paper or presentation Kelly Writers House 2008
Language as Gameplay: toward a vocabulary for describing works of electronic literature Article in an online journal Electronic Book Review (ebr) 2012
Privileging Language: The Text in Electronic Writing 2005
Saul Bass Title Sequences (selections) Weblog 2011
Third Hand Plays Series, Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: "Repeat After Me" by joerg piringer Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: "Scrape Scraperteeth" by Jason Nelson Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: An Introduction to Electronic Literature Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: Putting it All Together, the" Comedy of Separation" Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: The Comedy of Association Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: The Comedy of Automation Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: The Comedy of Duplication Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: The Comedy of Dysfunction Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: The Comedy of Encryption Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: The Comedy of Exhaustion Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: The Comedy of Recursion Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: The Comedy of Reduction Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: The Comedy of Simulation Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: The Comedy of Subjection Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: “automatype” by Daniel C. Howe Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: “Bodies of Water” by David Clark Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: “Out of Touch” by Christine Wilks Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Third Hand Plays: “Struts” by J. R. Carpenter Weblog SFMOMA: Open Space 2011
Toward a Poetics for Circulars Article or chapter in a book The MIT Press 2006
What is Electronic Writing? Other 2006
William Poundstone and the Aesthetics of Digital Literature Conference paper or presentation 2010
Word Toys Book (monograph) University of Alabama Press 2017

Teaching Resource created by this person:

Full Name: 
Brian Kim Stefans
The permanent URL of this page: 
Record posted by: 
Patricia Tomaszek