32 Works

The Research and Creation Approach in Digital Literature

Serge Bouchardon
I would like to share some thoughts and questions that I have about the "research and creation" approach (sometimes referred to as practice-led research). My paper is informed by my own creative activity (I create digital literary works), my academic discipline (Communication sciences) and the fact that I am in charge of a humanities laboratory (with psychology, sociology, cognitive sciences) where researchers argue about methodological and epistemological questions.

Cross-Reading New Media

Philippe Bootz & Maria Ines Laitano
This article introduces a tool for the visualization of indexations of articles about digital literature works. Resulting from an international project gathering various analytical perspectives on a limited body of works, this tool constitutes a proposition in the debate on the preservation of works. It allows one to visualize and compare the different points of view and the parts of the work that have been analyzed. This tool considers the work as an entity within...

Sound and Electronic Literature: Locating the Text in the Act of Listening

John F. Barber
Responding to the conference theme of locating the text, this essay suggests sound(s) can provide a valid literary experience and might be considered, like reading and writing, fundamental in the digital narratives of electronic literature. Specifically, sound is positioned as an essential element of electronic literature, as providing a fundamental basis for narrative, the heart of every literary experience, and thus locating the text not (solely?) in the acts of reading and writing, but also...

The Hyperfiction Conduit d’aeration (Air Duct): The Figures of Reading and Strolling

Lucile Haute
Conduit d’Aération is an hyperfiction for tablet written and designed by a group of artists and researchers with the support of the Laboratoire d’Excellence Arts-H2H and produced in collaboration with Actialuna. It was also presented as a performed installation within two festivals. The creative process and design required a strong conceptualization of the action potential of the hyperlink in a narrative text. It was thought the staging of texts in a participatory installation, anticipating further...

"Chercher l’exhibition" Curating Electronic Literature as Critical and Scholarly Practice

Dene Grigar
Beginning with the Visionary Landscapes Media Art Show held in conjunction with the ELO’s 2008 conference, I have, for the past five years, been on a mission to promote electronic literature through curated exhibits. I actually curated my first art exhibit in April 2005 – a media art show at a venue called Project X located in Dallas, TX. Since that time I have curated for galleries, libraries, art centers, and academic settings a total...

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