DigLitWeb: Digital Literature Web

D-C | D-K

Hunting of the Snark (Fig 5)  

C de Cinéticos Esta página web contém ligações para arquivos, edições e sítios de poesia animada, e ainda para outras formas de poesia gerada por computador.

K for Kinetic This webpage contains links to archives, editions, and sites of animated poetry. There are also links to other genres of computer-generated poetry.

   

NB: Excepto quando houver outra indicação, os textos de apresentação de cada obra pertencem aos respectivos autores e editores, e foram transcritos do sítio web.

NB: Unless otherwise indicated, annotations on the selected works belong to their respective editors and authors, and they have been transcribed from the website.

 


Alda, Antero de

http://www.anterodealda.com/

 

scriptpoemas http://www.anterodealda.com/scriptpoemas.htm

flashpoemas http://www.anterodealda.com/poemasflash.html

 


alire

http://motsvoir.free.fr/alire_concepts.htm

 

Embora não contenha obras em linha, esta página apresenta a produção do grupo francês L.A.I.R.E. (Lecture, Art, Innovation, Recherche, Écriture), fundado em 1989.  O grupo L.A.I.R.E. publica a revista de poesia electrónica alire (primeiro em disquete, nove números publicados entre 1989 e 1995; e depois em CD-ROM, nº 10 (1997), 11 (2000) e 12 (2004)). Os primeiros números publicaram apenas as obras do grupo original, formado por  Tibor Papp, Philippe Bootz, Frédéric Develay, Jean-Marie Dutey e Claude Maillard. Os números mais recentes abriram-se a outra colaboração, nacional e internacional. O número 10 é uma edição conjunta com a revista DOC(K)S. alire é publicada pela editora Mots-Voir <http://motsvoir.free.fr/index.htm>. [MP]

 


Andrews, Jim

Vispo ~ Langu(im)age [1996-present]

http://www.vispo.com/

 

Stir Fry Texts (1999-2009) http://vispo.com/StirFryTexts

Kedrick James (2009) http://www.vispo.com/StirFryTexts/kedrick.htm

Concrete Stir Fry Poems [by Marko Niemi] http://vispo.com/StirFryTexts/marko/index.htm

Log [by Brian Lennon and Jim Andrews] (2000) http://vispo.com/StirFryTexts/BrianLennon.html

Correspondence (1999) http://vispo.com/StirFryTexts/4.html
Blue Hyacinth [by Pauline Masurel and Jim Andrews] (1999) http://vispo.com/StirFryTexts/bluehyacinth3.html

Spas Text (1999) http://vispo.com/StirFryTexts/2.html
Divine Mind Fragment Theater (1999) http://vispo.com/StirFryTexts/1.html

Arteroids (version 3.11, 2006) http://vispo.com/arteroids/index.htm

Nio [interactive music, visual poetry, sound poetry] (2001) http://vispo.com/nio/index.htm

Rude Little Song (January 2000) http://vispo.com/audio/shockwave/adam.html

Enigma n (1998, 2004) http://www.vispo.com/animisms/enigman/meaning.html

Audio at Vispo (1996-2011) http://vispo.com/audio

Millenium Lyric (1999) http://vispo.com/animisms/timesuite/MilleniumLyric.html

Ê (1999) http://vispo.com/E

Î (1998)  http://vispo.com/I

Ô (1998) http://vispo.com/O

Seattle Drift (1997) http://www.vispo.com/animisms/SeattleDrift.html

Sequence (1996) http://www.vispo.com/animisms/sequence/sequence.html

 


arras

new media poetry and poetics

http://www.arras.net/

Editor: Brian Kim Stephans

 

Arras: new media poetry and poetics is devoted to exploring how digital technology has impacted the field of experimental poetics. This includes the uses of digital technology to expand the techniques that poets use - whether this be in multimedia, interactivity, algorithmic processes, and digital typefaces - as well as how the web can serve as an alternative distribution source for texts both of poetry and criticism.

 


Barbosa, Pedro

http://www.pedrobarbosa.net/

 

Alletsator [2001]

http://www.pedrobarbosa.net/alletsator-web/alletsator-web-molduraf.htm

Sintext: gerador automático de texto [1999]

http://www.pedrobarbosa.net/SINTEXT-pagpessoal/SINTEXT.HTM

 


Bouchardon, Serge

http://www.sergebouchardon.com/

 

Déprise (2010) http://deprise.fr/

Loss of Grasp (2010) http://lossofgrasp.com/

Perdersi (2010) http://lossofgrasp.com/

Mes mots (2009) http://www.mes-mots.com/index.html

My Words (2009) http://www.my-words.net/index.html

Touch / Toucher (2008) http://www.to-touch.com/

Les 12 travaux de l'internaute (2008) http://www.les12travaux.com/

The 12 Labours of the Internet User (2008) http://www.the12labors.com/

Détournement (2007) http://wwwcyg.utc.fr/si28/detournement/index.html

Diversion (2007)

 


Campos, Augusto de

http://www2.uol.com.br/augustodecampos/home.htm

 

Sítio dedicado à obra do poeta brasileiro Augusto de Campos, um dos inventores e teorizadores originais do movimento internacional de poesia concreta nas décadas de 50 e 60. Além de exemplos de textos visuais de vários momentos do seu extraordinário percurso criativo, apresenta também criações para a World Wide Web, incluindo poemas animados realizados na década de 90. A re-mediação da poesia concreta no espaço digital revela a forma como a natureza materialista e intersígnica da poética concreta antecipa a integração dos média operada pela tecnologia digital. [MP]

Errática_revista em linha http://www.erratica.com.br/
Homenagem: Augusto, 80. (14 Fev 2011) http://www.erratica.com.br/opus/104/index.html

 

IndicadorManuel Portela, Concrete and Digital Poetics [Maio de 2004]

 


Cayley, John

P=R=O=G=R=A=M=M=A=T=O=L=O=G=Y

http://programmatology.shadoof.net/

 

 

imageZC0304: processProse (2011) http://programmatology.shadoof.net/index.php?p=contents/processProse.html

zero-count stitching (2010-2011) http://programmatology.shadoof.net/index.php?p=contents/zeroCounting.html

mirroring tears: visages (2010-) [a collaboration with Penny Florence] http://programmatology.shadoof.net/index.php?p=contents/mirrortrans.html

the readers project (2009-) [John Cayley & Daniel Howe] http://thereadersproject.org/

writing to be found (2009) http://programmatology.shadoof.net/index.php?p=works/wtbf/wtbf.html

first beacon (2008) http://programmatology.shadoof.net/index.php?p=contents/firstbeacon.html

imposition (2007) http://homepage.mac.com/shadoof/impose/

windsound (2006) http://homepage.mac.com/shadoof/net/in/windsound.html

overboard (with Giles Perring and Douglas Cape) (2004-2005) http://homepage.mac.com/shadoof/net/in/overboard.html

translation (with Giles Perring) (2004-2005) http://homepage.mac.com/shadoof/net/in/translation.html

lens (2005) http://homepage.mac.com/shadoof/lens/lens.html

wotclock (2002, 2005) http://homepage.mac.com/shadoof/net/in/wotclock.html

what we will (a collaboration with Giles Perring, Douglas Cape, and others) (2004) http://www.z360.com/what/

riverIsland (2002; QuickTime version, 2007) http://homepage.mac.com/shadoof/net/in/riverislandQT.html

circulars http://homepage.mac.com/shadoof/net/in/circulars.jpg

nothr's (with grafts by Caroline Bergvall) (1999) http://homepage.mac.com/shadoof/net/in/

where the sea stands still (1997) http://homepage.mac.com/shadoof/wsss/

pleasuresPain (a study made for 'what we will' and future work) (1990s) http://homepage.mac.com/shadoof/pp/

 


Doc(k)s

http://www.akenaton-docks.fr/DOCKS-datas_f/collect_f/generiqueanim.html

 

DOC(K)S é uma revista que se publica em França desde 1976 (120 números até 2003). Em 2005 faziam parte do comité de redacção Julien Blaine, Philippe Castellin, Bartolomé Ferrando, Pierre Garnier, Jean Monod, Tom Raworth, Jean Torregrosa e Jean-Charles Vegliante.  Dedicada a práticas experimentais contemporâneas, da performance e instalação poética à poesia sonora e visual, Doc(k)s publicou também dois números antológicos dedicados à poesia em computador: Soft-DOC(K)S (1996-1997, em parceria com a revista alire/mots voir) e Web-DOC(K)S (1999-2000). Esta página, que faz parte do arquivo da revista, contém poemas animados por computador. [MP]

 


Dotze sentits: poesia catalana d'avui [1996]

http://www.iua.upf.edu/dotze_sentits/principal.html

"Dotze sentits, poesia catalana d’avui" fue un CD-ROM coproducido por el "Institut Universitari de l’Audiovisual" ("Laboratori Multimèdia"), "Edicions Proa, S.A." y el "Institut d'Edicions" de la Diputación de Barcelona. Centrado en la obra, las ideas y la personalidad de 12 poetas catalanes, el CD-ROM explora mecanismos de interactividad multimedia para acercar la poesia a un público mas amplio. Una estructura y una interfaz muy sencillas relacionadas con el contenido causan una navegación 'transparente'. En el tratamiento de cada poeta se juega con elementos del recitado poético, de la entrevista audiovisual, de la interpretación gráfica de la poesia o de la conversación personal para conseguir un efecto de suave implicación del lector.

 


Eastgate Systems, Inc.

http://www.eastgate.com/catalog/Poetry.html

 

Catálogo de obras de poesia em hipertexto, disponíveis em CD-ROM, publicadas pela Eastgate Systems.

 


Electronic Literature Collection (Volume 1) [2006]

http://collection.eliterature.org/1/

Editors: Katherine Hayles, Nick Montfort, Scott Rettberg, and Stephanie Strickland

The Electronic Literature Collection Volume One has been published (with identical contents) on the web and on CD-ROM. This dual publication is intended to allow the first volume to reach the broadest audience possible and to provide for reading, classroom use, sharing, and reference on and off the network.

 


Electronic Literature Collection (Volume 2) [2010]

http://collection.eliterature.org/2/

Editors: Laura Borras, Talan Memmott, Rita Raley, and Brian Kim Stefans

The Electronic Literature Collection Volume Two has been published (with identical contents) on the web and on DVD-ROM. This dual publication is intended to allow the first volume to reach the broadest audience possible and to provide for reading, classroom use, sharing, and reference on and off the network. Anyone can request a free DVD-ROM from: Electronic Literature Organization / Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) / B0131 McKeldin Library / University of Maryland / College Park, MD 20742.

 


ELO
Electronic Literature Organization [1999-present]

http://eliterature.org/

Director: Joseph Tabbi

Database Director: Robert Kendall

The Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 1999 to promote and facilitate the writing, publishing, and reading of electronic literature. Since its formation, the Electronic Literature Organization has worked to assist writers and publishers in bringing their literary works to a wider, global readership and to provide them with the infrastructure necessary to reach one another. [The Editors]

Alojado no Centre for Digital Humanities da Universidade da Califórnia em Los Angeles, a ELO constitui uma das maiores base de dados sobre obras literárias electrónicas. A pesquisa automática no Electronic Literature Directory gera breves descrições e hiperligações para inúmeras obras digitais em linha, incluindo hiperficção, poesia animada e ensaios hipertextuais. Nos inícios de 2005, estavam indexadas cerca de 2300 obras, que representavam cerca de 1200 autores. [MP]

 


ELP

emerging language practices [2010-present]

http://epc.buffalo.edu/ezines/elp/

Editors: Loss Pequeño Glazier and Sarah JM Kolberg

 

"Emerging Language Practices", published through the Dept. of Media Study, SUNY Buffalo has a number of emphases: digital poetry, media theory, and creative gaming, among them. We accept creative work, critical texts, poetic games, interviews with artists, artist's statements, reviews, and other forms. Our most important mission is to publish emerging visions of poetic, theoretical, game-based, and artistic "language" innovations that circumscribe new media practices in a most unique sense and with affinities to the Electronic Poetry Center (EPC) and historic and emergent poetic/artistic practices at Buffalo.

 


Epímone

http://www.epimone.net/

Editado por  Lluís Calvo & Pedro Valdeolmillos

 

Inclui obras de Julien d'Abrigeon, Antoni Albalat, J. M. Calleja, Augusto Campos, Paulo Carvajal, Steve Duffy, Domiziana Giordano, Carles Hac Mor, Dorothee Lang, Deena Larsen, Jason Nelson, Daniel Ruiz, Reiner Strasser, Ainize Txopitea, Ana María Uribe, André Vallias, Esther Xargay e Komninos Zervos.

 


The Iowa Review Web

'Multi-Modal Coding: Jason Nelson, Donna Leishman, and Electronic Writing'

http://research-intermedia.art.uiowa.edu/tirw/vol9n1/

editor: Jon Winet

TIR-W Volume 9 no. 1 (2007)

 

Special issue, edited by Stephanie Strickland and Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink.

 


Jhave

http://www.glia.ca/

 

Easy (2011) http://glia.ca/2011/easy/

Videos in Vimeo Grid (2011) http://glia.ca/2011/vidGrid_1.html

Six Weird Questions (2011) http://glia.ca/2011/WEIRD/

Give Me Your Light (2011) http://glia.ca/2011/BNL/

Reboot the Universe (2010) http://glia.ca/2010/reboot/

Disclaimer (2010) http://glia.ca/2010/disclaimer/

Briant (2010) http://glia.ca/2010/briant/

Zero Whack (2010) http://glia.ca/2010/ZERO-WHACK/

Videos (2009-2010) http://glia.ca/2009.html

Softies (2009) http://glia.ca/conu/SOFTIES/

Muds (2009) http://glia.ca/conu/muds_09/

Bathroom Sketches (2008) http://glia.ca/sketches_wp/

Spores (2008) http://glia.ca/conu/spore/

Soundseeker (2008) http://glia.ca/conu/soundSeeker/wordpress/

The Confessions of Saint Disgustine (2008) http://glia.ca/conu/saintDisgustine/wordpress/

The Cynews (2007) http://glia.ca/cynew/

Thoems (2007) http://glia.ca/year01/jhave/thoems/

Interstitial (2006) http://glia.ca/interstitial_2010/

Teleport (2006) http://www.glia.ca/2011/TELEPORT/

Etay (2005) http://etay.ca/

Sooth (2005) http://www.glia.ca/SAIC/

NomadLingo (1999-2000) http://year01.com/nomadlingo/conclusion/loader.swf

 


Kac, Eduardo

http://www.ekac.org/

 

Este sítio é dedicado à obra do artista brasileiro Eduardo Kac, actualmente professor no Instituto de Arte de Chicago. Kac, cujas obras iniciais, na década de 80, eram de natureza visual e performativa, foi um dos pioneiros no uso artístico da holografia. Participou em 1987 no Primeiro Festival Internacional de Poesia Viva, realizado na Figueira da Foz, Portugal, com uma instalação holográfica. A sua actividade expandiu-se entretanto para os novos media, incluindo inúmeras intervenções nos domínios da arte digital, multimédia e internet. Mais recentemente, o seu trabalho alargou-se ao campo da engenharia genética e da bioarte. [MP]

 


Knoebel, David

http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/

Click Poetry

 

Jaguar sin Managua http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/jag/index.html

Heart Pole http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/htpl/index.html

Wheels http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/wheels/index.html

Walkdont http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/walkdont/index.html

Word Chamber http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/we/index.html

Carousel http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/sprung/sprung.html

See This http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/seethis/seethis.html

A Fine View http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/fineview/fineview.html

Oh http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/ohanf/oh.html

Slow.Time http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/slowtime/slowtime.html

Euclid http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/euclid/euclid.html

Dream/Fall http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/dream/dream.html

More Joy http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/morejoy/morejoy.html

Three Billboards http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/three/three.html

ThoughtsGo http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/thoughts/index.html

How I Heard It http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/heard/index.html

White Room http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/white/index.html

Antonymy Lessons http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/antonymy/antonymy0.html

Four Letter Words http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/fourlett.html

Flesh http://home.ptd.net/~clkpoet/flesh/grid01.html

 


Leishman, Donna

http://www.6amhoover.com/index_flash.html

 

Contemplating Flight (2008) + Avis Ana (2007) http://www.6amhoover.com/avis/index.html

Deviant: The Possession of Christian Shaw (2004) http://www.6amhoover.com/xxx

The Bloody Chamber V2 (2003) http://www.6amhoover.com/chamber/indexblood.html

The Bloody Chamber V1 (2002) http://www.6amhoover.com/bluev1/bluebeard.html

Red Riding Hood (2000) http://www.6amhoover.com/redriding/red.htm

 


Mencia, Maria

http://www.m.mencia.freeuk.com/

 

Página contendo exemplos de arte digital de Maria Mencia.

 


Memmott, Talan

Media Works (1998-present)

http://talanmemmott.com/

 

Página contendo as ligações para os ficheiros deste artista hipermédia de São Francisco. Talan Memmott foi também o editor da revista literária hipermédia BeeHive.

 

[N]+Semble: Recombinant Tone Poem Free Verse Set #27 TRIO (flute|vibraphone|tuba) http://memmott.org/talan/rtp27/

Self Portrait(s) [as Other(s)] (2003) http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/memmott/index.html

The Berth of V.Ness (2001) New Media Poetry: Aesthetics, Institutions, and Audiences (GALLERY) http://www.uiowa.edu/~iwp/newmedia/gallery/talan_memmott.html

E_Cephalopedia // Novellex (2001) http://www.drunkenboat.com

Delimited Meshings (2001) http://www.studiocleo.com/cauldron/index.html
Projects for Mobile Phone (2000) [flash by Alan Sondheim] http://beehive.temporalimage.com/content_maps/33b.html

Lexia to Perplexia (2000) http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/hypermedia/talan_memmott/index.html
Lux: Bronzino 1540 (2000) http://trace.ntu.ac.uk/frame4/valentine.html

Sky Scrathez (1999) [with Mez] http://www.temporalimage.com/beehive/content_apps25/skyscratchez.html
Lolli's Apartment (1999) http://www.heelstone.com/meridian/memmott.html
Next:[N]ex[i]t (1999) http://beehive.temporalimage.com/n_ex_i_t/

Reasoned Metagoria (1999) http://trace.ntu.ac.uk/frame3/metagoria/index.html

A Machicolated Body (1999) http://www.pd.org/topos/perforations/perf17/
Delivery Machine O1
(1998) http://www.heelstone.com/wherewewere/memmottpoetry.htm
Jilt; A Romance
(1998) http://www.temporalimage.com/beehive/content_apps03/jilt.html
Bread.Crumbs
(1998) http://www.temporalimage.com/beehive/content_apps/bread.html

Mapping the Acephale (1998) http://www.temporalimage.com/beehive/content_apps/mapping.html

 


~mIEKAL aND

http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/multidex.php

 

Samsara Congeries http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/samsara_congeries/index.html

pataphysical sobriety test http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/pataphysics/pataphysics.html

The Plagiarist Codex http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/codex/codex.html

after emmett http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/afteremmett/bonvoyage.html

Mesostics for Dick Higgins http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/mesostics/index.html

The unwar {z}one http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/o_so_vo/index.html

Cybele's Avatarpop Wildernesse http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/cybele/index.html

_floraspirae_ http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/floraspirae/inhale.html

SEEDSIGNS http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/SEEDSIGN/index.html

text_TOWER http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/text_TOWER/index.php

Babel, Wisconsin http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/babelWI/index.html

_moundsville-code-curtain_ [collaboration by Maria Damon & mIEKAL aND] http://xexoxial.org/neuropteris/moundsville-code-curtain.html

pleasureTEXTpossession http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/pleasuretext/pleasuretext.html

Literature Nation with Hyperpoesy http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/litnat/index.html

Semetrix http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/hypoeme/semetrix/openframe

eros/ion http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/erosion/index.html

erosive missive [collaboration by elizabeth james& mIEKAL aND] http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/erosive_media/beginterwrite2.html

Aubade [collaboration by Sheila Murphy & mIEKAL aND] http://www.cottage.clara.net/Aubade/

Embrouchure http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/embouchure/index.html

 

Soun{oise}d Collaborations

Radio Caterpillar http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/radio_caterpillar/index.html

PLASMAPHONE http://www.cla.umn.edu/joglars/PLASMAPHONE/index.html

 


Monfort, Nick

http://nickm.com/

 

ppg256 (Perl Poetry Generator in 256 characters) (2008) http://nickm.com/poems/ppg256.html

CC (2007) http://nickm.com/poems/cc/

Digital Ream (2006) http://nickm.com/poems/ream/

Book and Volume (2005) http://nickm.com/if/book_and_volume.html

Mistery House Taken Over (2005) http://turbulence.org/Works/mystery/index.php

2002: A Palindrome Story (2002) [by Nick Montfort and William Gillespie] http://www.spinelessbooks.com/2002/

Ad Verbum (2000) http://nickm.com/if/adverbum.html

Winchester's Nightmare (1999) http://nickm.com/if/winchester.html

 


Moving Poems [2009-present]

http://movingpoems.com/

Editor: Dave Bonta

My main focus here is on videopoetry, “a genre of poetry displayed on a screen, distinguished by its time-based, poetic juxtaposition of text with images and sound,” in Tom Konyves’ most recent formulation. Other names for this genre (or examples of closely related genres, depending on one’s perspective) include filmpoetry, poetry-film and cinepoetry, and animated poems form an important subset. I am especially interested in videopoems created by the poet him- or herself, which can often take ekphrastic form (“Hey, I’ve got some cool footage — let’s see if there’s a poem in it!”), and which grade into active collaborations between poet and filmmaker. I do also post other kinds of poetry videos, too, including poetry readings, spoken word performances, documentaries, poetry dance videos, concert performances of poems set to music, and the occasional interview with a poet. [Dave Bonta]

 


Nelson, Jason

http://www.heliozoa.com/

 

Na sua codificação multimodal, a obra de Jason Nelson é talvez a que levou mais longe a exploração da especificidade intermedial da tecnologia digital e dos códigos de programação actuais. Os procedimentos algorítmicos, aplicados à materialidade visual, cinética e sonora, permitiram-lhe criar obras de arte e literatura electrónica que reflectem sobre a própria materialidade digital e sobre a natureza cognitiva da percepção das formas e do sentido. Os processos aleatórios e permutativos, e a fragmentação hipertextual e hipermédia colocam os leitores num labirinto de signos. Cabe-lhes experimentar a natureza caótica e probabilística dos processos de produção de sentido, fora dos modos de produção de coerência discursiva dos géneros artísticos e literários convencionais. Nos tecnotextos de Jason Nelson, a tecnologia digital revela a especificidade do seu modo de inscrição computacional e electrónico. Uma revelação que resulta da extraordinária capacidade de invenção formal de Nelson, isto é, do uso estético dos códigos e ferramentas de programação. [MP]

 

2010

Birds Still Warm From Flying http://www.secrettechnology.com/ausco/poecubic2.html

Speech/Media_To_Text_Poetry_Translation http://www.heliozoa.com/speech/speechtext.html

Sydney's Siberia http://www.secrettechnology.com/sydney/sibera.html

2009

A Tree with Managers and Jittery Boats http://www.secrettechnology.com/tree/

Wide and Wildly Branded http://www.secrettechnology.com/ausco/compass3.html

Wittenoom: speculative shell and the cancerous breeze http://www.secrettechnology.com/wittenoom/starthere.html

2008

endings eventually end: twenty-five doomsday countdowns (2008) [with Davin Heckman] http://www.secrettechnology.com/blackholes/collider.html

Strange Hollows: 15 uses for Micro Black Holes (2008) [with Davin Heckman] http://www.secrettechnology.com/doomcount/endhere.html

2007

dimension is night is night (2007) [with Christine Hume] http://www.secrettechnology.com/night/xtine.html

2006

Pandemic Rooms (2006) http://www.secrettechnology.com/pandemicrooms/

Wheather Visualizer (2006) http://www.secrettechnology.com/weather_rss/weather_rss.html

The Poetry Cube (2006) http://www.secrettechnology.com/poem_cube/poem_cube.html

Evil Hypnotizing Mascots (2006) http://www.secrettechnology.com/between/between.html

Between Treacherous Objects (2006) http://www.secrettechnology.com/between/between.html

Alarmingly, these are not lovesick zombies (2006) http://www.secrettechnology.com/zombie/lovesickzombie6.html

game, game, game, and again game (2006) http://www.secrettechnology.com/gamegame/gamegame.html

2005

Promiscuous Design (2005) http://www.secrettechnology.com/species/diaone.html

The Bomar Gene (2005) http://www.heliozoa.com/gene/bomargene.htm

Net Behaviour Online Residency (2005) http://www.secrettechnology.com/resident/residency.htm

This is how you will die (2005) http://www.secrettechnology.com/death/deathspin.htm

2004

Dreamphage nº 2 (2004) http://www.secrettechnology.com/dreamaphage/opening.html

Hymns of the Drowning Swimmer (2004) http://secrettechnology.com/hymns/navigate.html

Uncontrollable Semantics (2004) http://secrettechnology.com/mouse/undirection.html

Speech to Text Poetics (2004) http://www.heliozoa.com/speech/speechtext.html

2003

Dreamphage (2003) http://secrettechnology.com/dreamaphage/introbook.html

Technatomy (2003) http://www.epimone.net/pieces/techna/index.html

Conversation (2003) http://www.heliozoa.com/conversation/conversation.html

Locomotive and Creatures (2003) http://www.heliozoa.com/new/wave2.html

2002

Plush (2002) http://www.heliozoa.com/plush.html

Panhandle (2002) http://www.heliozoa.com/panhandle.html

this will be the end of you: play 7: genetic code (2002) http://www.heliozoa.com/new/ending7.html

this will be the end of you: play 6: four variable creations (2002) http://www.heliozoa.com/ending6.html

this will be the end of you: play 4: within within (2002) http://www.heliozoa.com/ending4.html

this will be the end of you: play 3: and the last machine with moving parts (2002)

http://www.heliozoa.com/ending3.html

this will be the end of you: play 1: chemistry or ending 1 (2002) http://www.heliozoa.com/ending1.html

Superstitious Appliances (2002) http://www.heliozoa.com/superstition.html

2000-2001

Series Poems (2000-2001) http://www.heliozoa.com/resume/series.html

Blur (2000-2001) http://www.heliozoa.com/blur.html

Nine Attempts to Clone a Poem (2000-2001) http://www.heliozoa.com/clone.html

In an Unrelated Sequence Comes (2000-2001) [Cube] http://www.heliozoa.com/resume/cube.html

Coalesce and Ennead (2000-2001) http://www.heliozoa.com/resume/frostbite2.html

A Tracing (2000-2001) http://www.heliozoa.com/resume/drag2.html

Another Emotion (2000-2001) http://www.heliozoa.com/resume/color.html

1999

Gorgeous Oaks (1999) http://www.heliozoa.com/resume/trailer/gorgoaks.html

Machine Poems (1999) http://www.heliozoa.com/resume/machine/index.html

 


netpoetic.com

exploring digital poetry and electronic literature [2009-]

http://netpoetic.com/

Editors: Jason Nelson and Davin Heckman

 

This is a space, a net workshop, a spinning and feathering space for all manner of digital poetry and poetics and literature.  Started/birthed/hurried forth by Jason Nelson and Davin Heckman, we will endeavour to include and play with as many digital poetry/literature writer/theorists/artists as want to play with us.

On these pages you will find links to new digital poetry/literature, ideas about what the heck that might mean, experiments, calls for work, exhibitions, activities, news, his/herstories and just about anything that the authors feel needed.

Jason Nelson

 


New Media Poetry and Poetics

Leonardo Electronic Almanac [September 2006]

http://www.leoalmanac.org/journal/vol_14/lea_v14_n05-06/toc.html

 

Here in this special issue of LEA devoted to New Media Poetry and Poetics, I have compiled a series of articles that give an overview of issues in the field by many of the essential practitioners and critics. These articles address the following questions. How do we define new media poetry? Why does the introduction of digital media necessitate this re-assessment of writing? How does this understanding change the nature of reading? What implications does it have for developing appropriate and illuminating critical responses? What might such critical responses look like? One of the unique aspects of this LEA special issue is the way in which many of the articles model critical readings of such work, addressing how digital media have contributed to an expanded concept of the poem in which code now plays a role, as well as exploring how such poems often derive meaning from their own precarious existence in networked language environments.

Tim Peterson [ from the introduction to LEA Vol 14 No 5 - 6 September 2006]

 


Niemi, Marko

Twelve Digital Poems [January 2007]

Unlikely Stories 2.0: A Multimedia Journal of Culture and Art

http://www.unlikelystories.org/07/niemi0107.shtml

 

These visual poems are animated through the use of Web-based scripting functions.

Concrete Stir Fry Poems [by Marko Niemi] http://vispo.com/StirFryTexts/marko/index.htm

 


Niss, Millie
http://www.sporkworld.org/webpub.html

 

Animated Insanity (2002) http://www.rhizomes.net/issue5/hyperrhiz2/hyperrhiz2.html

Biologial Time Clock (2003) http://tracearchive.ntu.ac.uk/frame/amoeba/

Orpheus And Eurydice do their Laundry (with text by Joseph McElroy and aid from Greek Slave, Martha Deed) (2004) http://www.sporkworld.org/webart/orpheus.html

 

Oulipoems (with Martha Deed) (2004) http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/sept04/oulipoems/index.html

Sundays in the Park http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/sept04/oulipoems/sundays.html

Morningside Vector Space http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/sept04/oulipoems/vector.html

No War http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/sept04/oulipoems/nowar-splash.html

Headline News http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/sept04/oulipoems/headline.html

Poggle http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/sept04/oulipoems/poggle3.html

The Electronic Muse http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/sept04/oulipoems/muse.html

 


nokturno.org [2008-present]

http://www.nokturno.org/

Editors: Marko Niemi, Jani Sipilä, and Ville Luoma-aho

Nordic Poetry Center

 


poems that GO [2000-2004]

http://www.poemsthatgo.com/index.htm

Editors: Megan Sapnar and Ingrid Ankerson

 

Although we use the term "new media poetry" as a genre of "electronic literature" to describe the work included in Poems that Go, "literature" itself proves to be a pesky term. Indeed, we have been accused of devaluing the word at the expense of the image. Our goal here is not to elevate one art above the rest, but to seek an inclusive understanding of literature, one that goes beyond written text-based works, to include visual, aural and media literacy.

In this spirit, Poems that Go explores the intersections between motion, sound, image, text, and code. The work we feature explores how language is shaped in new media spaces, how interactivity can change the meaning of a sign, how an image can conflict with a sound, and how code exerts machine-order on a text.

 


NT2 Nouvelles Technologies Nouvelles Textualités

Le laboratoire de recherche sur les oeuvres hypermédiatiques [2005-present]

http://nt2.uqam.ca/

Repertoire des arts et littératures hypermédiatiques

http://nt2.uqam.ca/observatoire/repertoire

 

Depuis 2005, le NT2 a pour mission de promouvoir l’étude, la création et l’archivage de nouvelles formes de texte et d’œuvres hypermédiatiques. Pour répondre à cet objectif, nous avons développé un outil de gestion de bases de données grâce au logiciel Drupal. Drupal offre aux chercheurs une solution en ligne favorisant un meilleur partage d’informations et une accessibilité accrue. Il permet de créer un véritable environnement de recherches et de connaissances, c’est-à-dire un espace d’échange pour une communauté de recherche, qui diffuse des résultats intermédiaires et finaux de recherche dans différents secteurs d’étude des arts et littératures.

 


p0es1s

http://www.p0es1s.net/p0es1s/main_e.htm

LiteraturWERKstatt Berlin in collaboration with the Brueckner-Kuehner Foundation [2001-2004]

Curators: André Vallias [1992]; Friedrich W. Block [2000-2004], and Benjamin Meyer-Krahmer [2004]

 

p0es1s is a site for possibilities to expand poetry to the field of hypermedia and the internet. p0es1s presents and reflects the use of languages or semiotic systems within the symbol machine computer and digital networks: hybrid texts between word, image, sound, and their codes and programming. The projects presented here aesthetically gain not so much by operating within its very specific media, as by operating with or against said media. For the users this means poetry, "poesis" in its very literal sense: to make experiences, experiments as aesthetic self-observation and self-creation.

 


Poundstone, William

http://www.williampoundstone.net/##Map

 

Project for Tachitoscope (2005) http://www.williampoundstone.net/Tachistoscope/index.html#doneLoadingFrame

 


Queneau, Raymond

Cent mille milliards de poèmes

http://x42.com/active/queneau.html

 

O sueco Magnus Bodin realizou em 1997 uma versão computacional dos cem mil milhões de poemas concebidos por Raymond Queneau em 1961, a partir da combinatória de 14 versos (dez páginas cortadas em 14 tiras sobrepostas, uma para cada verso). A versão de Bodin é apresentada em três línguas: além do original francês, surgem ainda traduções em inglês e sueco. [MP]

 


Searching for a New(er) Digital Literature [2009]

http://www.terminalapsu.org/exhibitions/digitalliterature/index.html

Curated by Alan Bigelow

Austin Peay State University in Tennessee, USA

 

Searching for a New(er) Digital Literature is an exhibition of twelve multimedia works that offer readers representative examples of new digital poetry and fiction on the web.  Curated by Alan Bigelow, it includes work by Jim Andrews, Marvin Bell & Ernesto Lavandera, Sommer Browning & Mark Lomond & Johanne Ste-Marie, Andy Campbell, J.R. Carpenter, Chris Joseph & Kate Pullinger, Tammy McGovern, Stuart Moulthrop, Alexander Mouton, Jason Nelson, Victoria Welby, and Jody Zellen.

 


Sporkworld [2000-present]

http://www.sporkworld.org/

Eds. Millie Niss and Martha Deed

 

Sporkworld is a collection of digital art and electronic writing which was started in 2000 by Millie Niss. In 2002, Martha Deed joined the Sporkworld team, and many works on Sporkworld are co-authored by Millie Niss and Martha Deed. There are also collaborations between Sporkworld and digital artists from around the world, including Unscenic Postcards, a collection of images with texts by 16 writers from three continents, and News from the Earthquake Zone with Regina Célia Pinto, a Brazilian Web Artist. More recently, Sporkworld added a Guest Artists section, which now has works by Edward Picot and Myron Turner.

 


Strickland, Stephanie

http://stephaniestrickland.com/

 

slippingglimpse [with Cynthia Lawson Jaramillo and Paul Ryan] (2007) http://slippingglimpse.org/

V: Vniverse (2002) http://vniverse.com/

The Errand Upon Which We Came (2001) [with M.D. Coverley]  http://califia.us/Errand/title1a.htm

To Be Here as Stone Is (1999) [with M.D. Coverley] http://califia.us/SI/stone1.htm

The Ballad of Sand and Harry Soot (1999) http://www.wordcircuits.com/gallery/sandsoot/

 


Tap-in

http://tapin.free.fr/cinetiq.htm

http://tapin.free.fr/animations/lebruitswf.swf

 

E-zine produzida em França por Julien d'Abrigeon. Esta secção contém vários textos animados de autores franceses.

 


Torres, Rui

http://telepoesis.net/

 

8 brincadeiras para Salette Tavares (2010) http://telepoesis.net/brincadeiras/index.html
poems in the middle of the road: streamflow conditions (2009) http://telepoesis.net/streamflowconditions/index.html
1 Corvo Nunca + (2009) http://telepoesis.net/pessoa/menu.html
Do peso e da leveza (2009) http://telepoesis.net/dopesoedaleveza/index.html
Poemas no meio do caminho (2008) http://www.telepoesis.net/caminho/caminho_index.html
http://telepoesis.net/caminho/caminho1.html

Poemário (2008) http://telepoesis.net/poemario/ 
http://telepoesis.net/galeria-poemas/peditor.php
Humus - poema contínuo (2008) http://telepoesis.net/humus/humus.html
http://telepoesis.net/humus/humus_index.html
Poemas encontrados (António Aragão) (2007) http://po-ex.net/flash/foundpoetries2.swf
http://po-ex.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=21&Itemid=35&lang=
Amor-mundo, ou a vida, esse sonho triste (2006) http://telepoesis.net/amor-mundo/index.html
Mar de Sophia (2005) http://telepoesis.net/mardesophia/index.html
Amor de Clarice (2005; também em CD-ROM e áudio-CD) http://telepoesis.net/amorclarice/index.html
IP-oema (2005) http://www.telepoesis.net/ipoema/index.html
Homeóstatos (2005-2008) http://www.po-ex.net/homeostatos/
Tema procura-se (2004) http://telepoesis.net/tema/index.html
Poemaudio (texturas sonoras) (2004) http://telepoesis.net/audio/index.html
Untitled for Ana Mendieta (1999) http://www.telepoesis.net/untitled/index.html

 

Partindo, frequentemente, de textos de outros autores (Clarice Lispector, Sophia de Mello Breyner, António Aragão, José-Alberto Marques, Florbela Espanca, Raul Brandão, Herberto Helder, Fernando Pessoa, Salette Tavares), Rui Torres recodifica os textos de partida inscrevendo-os na materialidade digital. Seja através da aleatorização algorítmica ou da articulação permutativa de vídeo, voz, música, texto e animação, os seus poemas hipermédia tornam evidente que o código de programação se tornou num recurso da retórica e da poética da criação digital. Em "Amor de Clarice", uma das suas obras-primas, as obscuras epifanias da protagonista do conto são recriadas em ritmos e imagens hipnóticas que o leitor manipula no acto de ver e ouvir, transferindo a fragmentaridade do monólogo interior da personagem para a modularidade característica dos símbolos digitais. [MP]

 


Transitoire Observable

http://transitoireobs.free.fr/to/

Ouevres

http://transitoireobs.free.fr/to/rubrique.php3?id_rubrique=3

 

Créé le 6 février 2003 par trois poètes numériques français, Philippe Bootz, Alexandre Gherban et Tibor Papp il a depuis été rejoint par plusieurs autres créateurs numériques. Chaque artiste du regroupement possède déjà une démarche personnelle établie.L'orientation de ces artistes est axée sur le dispositif informatique dans sa globalité et non sur la seule recherche de formes de surface observables à l'écran. Ce site propose des approches théoriques, des oeuvres et des informations sur les membres du regroupement. Ne s'y trouvent que des éléments en relation avec l'objet du regroupement et non des informations plus générales sur les artistes de Transitoire Observable.

 


Uribe, Ana Maria

 

Tipoemas (1997-2003) http://www.vispo.com/uribe/tipoemas.html

Anipoemas (1997-2003) http://www.vispo.com/uribe/anipoemas.html

Deseo Desejo Desire: 3 anipoemas eróticos (2002) http://www.epimone.net/pieces/deseo/index.html

Disciplina (2001-2002) http://www.vispo.com/uribe/disciplina/disciplina.html

Un día movido (2002) http://www.vispo.com/uribe/2002/movido.html

El circo: anipoema por entregas/ The Circus: an anipoem by installments (2000-2002) http://www.epimone.net/pieces/elcirco/index.html

Algunos anipoemas y un tipoema tardío (2002) http://www.vispo.com/uribe/2000/index.html

 


Vallias, André

http://www.andrevallias.com/

 

Nous n'avons pas compris Descartes http://www.andrevallias.com/poemas/nous.htm
IO: analysis http://www.andrevallias.com/poemas/io.htm
Prthvî http://www.andrevallias.com/poemas/prthvi.htm
The verse http://www.andrevallias.com/theverse/theverse.htm

De verso http://www.andrevallias.com/deverso/deverso.htm
Hexaemeron http://www.andrevallias.com/poemas/hexaemeron.htm
A encantação pelo riso http://www.andrevallias.com/poemas/encantacao.htm
TRAKLTAKT http://www.andrevallias.com/trakltakt/
ORATORIO http://www.andrevallias.com/oratorio/

 


Vispo Langu(im)age  [1995-2004]

http://www.vispo.com/

Editor: Jim Andrews

 


Waber, Dan

http://www.vispo.com/guests/DanWaber/index.html

Strings, a Flash project by Dan Waber

 


Warnell, Ted

http://www.warnell.com/index.htm

New Media Network [1995-present]

Editor: Ted Warnell

 

Sítio desenvolvido pelo autor canadiano Ted Warnell. Dedicado à experimentação literária, artística e tecnológica com os novos media, contém exemplos de formas digitais que combinam poesia, desenho gráfico, fotografia digital e arte web. Inclui em arquivo o trabalho publicado desde 1995.

 

TLT vs.LL (2006) http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/mainpages/new/september06/warnell/11x8.5.html

 


Word Circuits [1997-present]

http://www.wordcircuits.com/

Editors: Robert Kendall, Marjorie Luesebrink, Rob Swigart, Deena Larsen, Jean-Hugues Réty, and Nancy Smith.

 

This is a watering hole for new media poetry and fiction--indigenously electronic work that couldn't be realized in print. Hypertext is the mainstay here, but we also deal in more exotic forms of cybertext, which exploit such innovations as text-generating algorithms or animated text that moves and mutates on the screen. Welcome to the world of hypertextual, interactive, self-generating, kinetic, and multimedia poetry and fiction.

 


Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries

http://www.yhchang.com/

Authors: Young-Hae Chang and Marc Voge

 


 

 

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