Electronic Literature, Chapter 5: Kinetic and Interactive Poetry

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This research collection includes references from the fifth chapter of Electronic Literature by Scott Rettberg (Polity, 2018), on Kinetic and Interactive Poetry. This chapter considers kinetic, multimedia, and interactive digital poetry. These forms of digital poetry have rich relationships with antecedent movements, particularly those that are concerned with the materiality of the text as image, with the granularity of language, and with the relationship between poetry, sound, and music. Animation and interactivity have consequences not only for our experience of the text as read, but also for our understanding of letters and words as manipulable material objects.

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Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
Peter Cho
W. Mark Sutherland
David Daniels
Art Spiegelman
Ingrid Ankerson
Jonathan Carr
Brian Kim Stefans
Los Angeles
United States
US
Jörg Piringer
Vienna
Austria
AT
Cynthia Lawson Jaramillo
New York City , NY
United States
New York US
Len Lye
United States
US
Mary Flanagan
United States
US
María Mencía
London
United Kingdom
GB
Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries
South Korea
KR
Young-Hae Chang
South Korea
KR
Marc Voge
United States
US
K. Michel
Amsterdam
Netherlands
NL
Dirk Vis
Netherlands
NL
Augusto de Campos
Brazil
BR
John Cayley
Providence , RI
United States
Rhode Island US
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