Maria Angel

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Sydney
Australia
AU
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Australia
AU
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Maria Angel is currently conducting research into writing and affect, and bio-evolutionary theories of human communication. She has an ongoing interest in specularity, obscenity, and corporeality. Maria’s recent work has been a critique of posthuman theories of subjectivity and representation, and an analysis of the human face as a visual interface. Her work has been published in Textual Practice, Canadian Journal of Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies, among other places.

(Source: UWS website)

Critical writing by this author:

Title Publication Type Publisher Yearsort descending
At the Time of Writing: Digital Media, Gesture, and Handwriting
Geospatial Aesthetics: Time, Space, Agency and Movement in Electronic Writing Article in a print journal
At the Time of Writing: Digital Media, Gesture, and Handwriting
On Moving and Being Moved Conference paper or presentation 2008
New Forms of Subjectivity? Writing and Corporeality in Australian New Media Art Conference paper or presentation 2008
E-Ject: On the Ephemeral Nature, Mechanisms, and Implications of Electronic Objects Other 2009
Responses to "On Reading 300 Works of Electronic Literature: Preliminary Reflections" Weblog On the Human 2009
Memory and Motion: The Body in Electronic Writing Article or chapter in a book 2010
Making Sense: aspects of the literary in electronic environments Conference paper or presentation 2010
Geo-Spatial Aesthetics: Time, Agency and Space in Electronic Writing Conference paper or presentation 2011
At the Time of Writing: Digital Media, Gesture and Handwriting Conference paper or presentation 2011
Electronic Literature: Linking Database Projects Forum 2012
The Ethos of "Life": digital writing and the temporal animation of space Conference paper or presentation 2013
At the Time of Writing Article in an online journal Electronic Book Review (ebr) 2013
CELL ROUNDTABLE - The Consortium for Electronic Literature Conference panel or roundtable 2015
Digitising Ariadne’s Thread: Feminism, Excryption, and the Unfolding of Memory in Digital Spaces Conference panel or roundtable 2015
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Patricia Tomaszek