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Electronic Literature and Online Literary Databases. The PO.EX and ELMCIP Cases
This essay reflects on the shift of user interaction operated by online literary archives and databases. One can easily recognize a change of scenery happening in the current networked world, given the way authors and ...
E-Borges: Stuart Moulthrop’s Victory Garden
This essay analyses Stuart Moulthrop’s Victory Garden (1991), a singular hyperfiction within the context of hypertextual narratives released during the 90s. Taking into consideration the campus novel and anti-war novel ...
Anti-Spam: Reinventing Data
(Parsons Institute for Information Mapping, 2012)
Today, where information is continually transferred in the form of data, the word “information” has all but been exchanged for the word “data.” This shift of terms has aided in effectively transforming the world into a ...
The Transducer Function: An Introduction to a Theoretical Typology in Electronic Literature and Digital Art
(Portuguese Catholic University, 2012)
In this essay I introduce the notion of transducer function in the fields of electronic literature and digital art. Firstly, I survey the transduction concept throughout its history in such domains as physics, genetics, ...
Transdução: Processos de Transferência na Literatura Electrónica e Arte Digital
(Edições Húmus, 2017)
Um Feixe Luminoso: Uma Leitura da Coleção de Literatura Electrônica Portuguesa
(Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brasil, 2015)
A Coleção de Literatura Eletrónica Portuguesa (CLEP), na base de dados ELMCIP, pretende abordar e recolher as obras criativas e teóricas mais relevantes produzidas por autores portugueses no campo da literatura eletrónica, ...
The Digital Diasthima: Time-Lapse Reading Digital Poetry
(International Symposium on Electronic Art, 2015)
In moving texts, such as digital kinetic poetry, the reader-user might no longer control the duration of their reading, unlike the traditional and static nature of printed texts. The user deals with readable time versus ...
A Critique of Control and Black Boxes: Modifying Deformances of Ian Hatcher’s ⌰ [Total Runout]
(Duke University Press, 2019)
This essay analyzes Ian Hatcher’s online and kinetic poem ⌰ [Total Runout] (2015) from a point of view of a critique of corporate and governmental black boxing, at the level of its code, text, visual output, and live ...
Digital Poetry and Critical Discourse: A Network of Self-References?
(Centro de Literatura Portuguesa Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, 2016)
This article emerges from macroanalysis of several works of critical writing in the field of digital poetry, which have been documented in the ELMCIP Knowledge Base. The problems addressed in this context are the ...
setInterval(): Time-Based Readings of Kinetic Poetry
(The University of Bergen, 2018-02-02)
setInterval() is a study of digital kinetic poetry by English, French, and Portuguesespeaking poets whose work defies the very act of writing and reading. It places an emphasis on the historical, cultural, and technological ...