Digital Media and Textuality – the book

The project “Shapeshifting texts: keeping track of electronic literature” is now officially over. Nevertheless, its impact can still be felt. One example: the anthology Digital Media and Textuality, from Creation to Archiving.  

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“Shapeshifting texts” exhibition in ELO 2017, Porto

  The Shapeshifting Texts exhibition participated in the round table “Exposé!! The Global Practice of Curating Electronic Literature” at the ELO 2017: Affiliations, Translations, Communities, together with other exhibitions created by brilliant curators such as Élika Ortega (Northeastern U., USA), Alexandra Saum-Pascual (U. California Bekerley, USA), Dene Grigar (Washington State U. Vancouver, USA), Scott Rettberg […]

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Ian Hatcher’s artist talk

  The project “Shapeshifting Texts” is preparing an artistic talk (“Forging patterns with machinic performances”) presented by Ian Hatcher whose work was featured in the “Shapeshifting Texts” exhibition.  It will take place this Thursday, May 11th at 10:00, in GW2-A3570. Feel free to join us! Ian Hatcher is a writer, sound artist, and programmer whose […]

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Shapeshifting texts in the classroom

During the Summer Semester 2017, the project “Shapeshifting Texts” will offer a course titled “Human-Machine: the process of meaning-making in digital texts” to students of the Universität Bremen. In this seminar, we will focus on the way meaning is originated while reading shapeshifting, multimodal and responsive texts comprised of code, verbal language, images, icons, audio […]

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Glitchy Textures and Shapeshifting Texts

On the 22nd of November we talked about “Resistance and Frustration in shapeshifting texts”. Thank you to Gwen Le Cor, Stéphane Vanderhaeghe, and Lucile Haute (who participated in ICDMT), and all the research team of the project “Text/ures: Books as Objects, from Print to Digital”, sponsored by Labex Arts-H2H, for organizing the International Colloquium “Glitchy […]

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Masterclass about Electronic Literature

Bremen Masterclasses on Multimodality are back and the first session took place on the 2nd of November 2016. This masterclass was dedicated to electronic literature and aimed to present the International Conference on Digital Media and Textuality, as well as the Exhibition “Shapeshifting Texts” to students and researchers. Both these events began on the following […]

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