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  1. Jeremy Welsh

    Jeremy Welsh is currently professor/MA course leader at Bergen Academy of Art. Formerly professor of Intermedia at Trondheim Academy of Art. Artist working with a combination of electronic media, photography & installation. Formerly director of Film & Video Umbrella, London and exhibitions coordinator for London Video Arts.

    Elisabeth Nesheim - 12.09.2010 - 18:47

  2. From Concrete to Digital: The Reconceptualization of Poetic Space

    It has almost become self-evident in the critical discourse on digital poetry to assess digital poetry as a continuation of an experimental tradition with its origins in the historical and the neo-avant-garde. Critics such as Friedrich W. Block and Roberto Simanowski in particular read contemporary digital poetry explicitly as extension and continuation of concerns of the avant-garde and concrete poets.

    Block points out that almost all vital concerns of digital poetry can be traced back to its historical predecessors. He names the reflection upon the concrete language material, the transgression of genre boundaries, multilinearity and the exploration of spatial structures, movement and interactivity as key strategies which are vital concepts in historical avant-garde, concrete and digital poetry. Digital poetry is frequently, and I believe correctly, assigned to the wider trajectory of experimental/avant-garde poetry in many other studies as well. It is often considered as a third stage, contemporary continuation and further development of earlier experiments.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 14.09.2010 - 14:43

  3. Writing on Complex Surfaces

    Writing in programmable media is theorized in relation to the surface of writing.[1] Within the framework of currently dominant cultural and technological formations, the surface of writing is conceptually simple, and this overdetermines practices of writing. As it is typically conceived, the surface of writing is a flatland plane, a 3rd-dimensionless scroll (however segmented or, indeed, fragmented) on which linguistic symbols, similarly dimensionless, are arrayed. Once language has come to rest on this simple surface, any qualities it may possess of temporality or material depth are bracketed. Programmable media problematize this dominant but simple model, and yet, arguably, its depthless, timeless surface misdirects the composition and publication of writing, even writing that is instantiated in programmable media. In the field of poetics, there are traditions for which the surface of writing is complex. Although rarely made explicit, such approaches to the writing surface have enriched the practices of important writers, particularly poetic writers.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 14.09.2010 - 17:21

  4. Tor Åge Bringsværd

    Norwegian author best known for his many popular science fiction novels, often authored in collaboration with Jon Bing. Bringsværd has also written many children's books.

    Thomas Brevik - 21.09.2010 - 10:47

  5. Cybermountain Colloquium

    This focused event is designed to push both texts and tools to new levels through collaborative interaction, review/reaction, and usability testing 24/7 (if desired) in a scenic setting. Colloquium findings will be reported online.

    Colloquium participants will be limited to the first thity (30) invited participants who can confirm their attendance. We will strive for a balance of hypertext content creators, system developers, and researchers. If you know of others who should be invited, please forward this message to them and advise organizer Deena Larsen.

    Others who cannot participate in the colloquim are welcome to participate in a simultaneous face to face/MOO conference.(Source: description from website)

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 21.09.2010 - 10:58

  6. Ethnographic Study of an Online Creative Community

    Ethnographic Study of an Online Creative Community

    Penny Travlou - 21.09.2010 - 11:04

  7. 'Scape the Hood

    'Scape the Hood

    Anders Løvlie - 21.09.2010 - 11:05

  8. Johns Hopkins University Press

    The Johns Hopkins University Press is the publishing division of the Johns Hopkins University. It was founded in 1878 and holds the distinction of being the oldest continuously running university press in the United States. To date the Press has published more than 6,000 titles and currently publishes 65 scholarly periodicals and over 200 new books each year. Since 1993, the Johns Hopkins University Press has run Project MUSE, a large online collection of over 250 full-text, peer-reviewed journals in the humanities and social sciences. The Press also houses the Hopkins Fulfilment Services (HFS), which handles distribution for a number of university presses and publishers. Taken together, the three divisions of the Press - Books, Journals (including MUSE) and HFS - make it one of the largest of America's university presses.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 21.09.2010 - 11:06

  9. Ingen elge på vejen den dag

    Ingen elge på vejen den dag

    Hans K Rustad - 21.09.2010 - 11:09

  10. James Leach

    James Leach

    Simon Biggs - 21.09.2010 - 11:12