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Sunday, June 12 • 10:00 - 17:00
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Abrie, Independent Artist, “To Montréal”

José Aburto, Independent Artist, “MATTERS, Electromagnetic poems”

Deanne Achong & Faith Moosang, Independent Artists, “Lulu Sweet: A Gold Rush Tale in 8 Acts”

Damon Loren Baker, Independent Artist; & Jeremy Hight, WSUV, “The Basement”

Alan Bigelow, Medaille College, “A Change of Heart”

Philippe Bootz & Xavier Haubois, U of Paris 8, “Elpénor”

Amaranth Borsuk, U of Washington Bothell; Andy Fitch, U of Wyoming; Chris James
Thompson, Independent Artist; & Pang Yang Her, Independent Artist, “June 17th”

Serge Bouchardon, Antoine Aufrechter, & Clément Routier, Sorbonne Universités, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, “Untrace”

mez breeze & Andy Campbell, Independent Artists, “Pluto”

Helen Burgess, NC State U; & Craig Saper, U Maryland Baltimore, “Loving-Together with Roland’s Bots”

J. R. Carpenter & Barbara Bridger, Independent Artists, “Notes Very Necessary”

M. D. Coverley & Stephanie Strickland, Independent Artists, “Hours of the Night”

Andrew Demirjian & James Proctor, Hunter College, “Color Yourself Inspired™”

Richard Ehrlich (with Dale Rosen and Andrew Lau), "Sheila Carfenders, Doctor Mask & President Akimbo" 

Deena Larsen, Independent Artist, “Toybox: Exploring a New Conceptual Language Through Play”

Will Luers, WSUV; Hazel Smith, U of Western Sydney; & Roger Dean, U of Western Sydney, “Noveling”

Jeff Morris & Elisabeth Blair, Texas A & M, “Tell the Story”

Matthew Mosher, U of Central Florida, “If These Walls Could Talk”

Jason Nelson, Griffiths U, “The Impossible Box”

Allison Parrish, Fordham U, “A Travel Guide”

Sophia Pelka, U of Waterloo, “Tweeting towards Death”

Kate Pullinger, Bath Spa U, “Inanimate Alice; Episode Six: The Last Gas Station”

Aaron Reed, UC Santa Cruz, “Minimalist Story Generators #1-5”

Scott Rettberg, U of Bergen; & Rod Coover, Temple U, “Hearts and Minds”

Loren Schmidt, Independent Artist, “Beads of Orange Glass”

Alvaro Seica, U of Bergen; & Sindra  Sørensen, Independent Artist, “aimisola.net/hymiwo.po²”

Aaron Tucker, Ryerson U, “The 3D Poetry Project”

Tony Viera, York University, “Strathroy Stories”

Jody Zellen, Independent Artist, “News Wheel”

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Aaron Tucker

Lecturer, Ryerson University
I am the co-creator of The ChessBard (chesspoetry.com), an app that translates chess games into poetry. I am also the author of Interfacing with the Internet in Popular Cinema, a book focused on tracking representations of the Internet through American cinema; I am also the author of punchlines, a poetry collection that combines lyrical poetry with code and markup. | | If nothing else, we can talk about basketball!
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Amaranth Borsuk

University of Washington Bothell
Amaranth Borsuk's most recent book is As We Know (Subito, 2014), a collaboration with Andy Fitch. She is the author of Handiwork (Slope Editions, 2012), and, with Brad Bouse, Between Page and Screen (Siglio Press, 2012). Abra, a collaboration with Kate Durbin forthcoming from 1913 Press, recently received an NEA-sponsored Expanded Artists’ Books grant from the Center for Book and Paper Arts at Columbia College Chicago and will be... Read More →
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Deanne Achong

Artist, Lulu Suite
Deanne Achong and Faith Moosang are both artists from Vancouver, BC. They will co-present and talk about their app Lulu Sweet: A Gold Rush tale in 8 Acts . | | Deanne and Faith are both artists working in Vancouver, BC. They have been collaborating since 2010. This project brings together both of their interests in history, technology, mediated imagery and working with archives.
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Helen J Burgess

Assoc. Professor, NC State University
Talk to me about digital publishing, physical computing, weaving & crafting. I also like science fiction. And snails are pretty cool too.
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Janete El Haouli

Independent Sound Artist and Radiomaker
Janete El Haouli (Brazil) | Musician, radiomaker, sound artist, cultural producer. Has a degree in music, MA in Communication Sciences and a Ph.D. in Arts at the University of São Paulo (USP). Created and coordinated the radio program New Music: radio for thinking ears (1991-2005) and the Nucleus of Contemporary Music_NMC (1993-2008) at the State University of Londrina (UEL) where she was a professor at Music and Drama department... Read More →
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Jason Nelson

Senior Lecturer, Griffith University
Digital poet. Creature of curious digital creatures. And the fiance of Alinta Krauth from http://www.alintakrauth.com
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Jody Zellen

Jody Zellen is a Los Angeles based artist and writer who works in many media simultaneously. A maker of interactive installations, mobile apps, net art, animations, drawings, paintings, photographs, public art, and artists' books, she constantly thinks about ways to integrate interactivity and technology into her works. Most recently she has been making iOS apps as artworks. Her 7 free apps are: "Time Jitters," "Urban Rhythms," "Spine Sonnet... Read More →
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John Cayley

Professor, Brown University
John Cayley makes language art using programmable media. Recent work has explored aestheticized vectors of reading (thereadersproject.org) and 'writing to be found' within and against the services of Big Software. In future work he aims to write for a readership that is as much aural as visual.
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Jose Aburto Zolezzi

Poet, independant
Poet who is defined by his continuous experimentation of different formats, supports and writing methods which reinterpret the poetic work from his own perspective: interactive, technological, and personal. Whether as a professor, cultural promoter or a communications professional, his works have dedicated to exploring the possibilities of the digital realm and their impact on different forms of expression.
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José Augusto Mannis

Faculty, UNICAMP
Composer, electroacoustic performer, sound designer, faculty member, researcher. His repertoire covers a variety of musical genres and styles: electroacoustic, instrumental, music for video, theatre, radio art, and multi-media installations. His music is characterized by one over-riding factor: sound and musical gesture are essential concerns. As a performer of electroacoustic music, he has worked with La Grande Fabrique, Espace Musical and... Read More →
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Kate Pullinger

Professor of Creative Writing and Digital Media, Bath Spa University
I'm interested in all things fiction, creative nonfiction + digital, including emerging forms, literary apps, transmedia and participatory media projects. I have a cohort of 6 Digital Writing PhD students at Bath Spa, plus 3 Low Res students who are based outside the UK, so if you are interested in a creative practice PhD, talk to me.

M.D. Coverley

ELO Board Member
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Mez Breeze

Mez Breeze Design
For over two decades, Mez Breeze’s award-winning digital writing and games have been influential in shaping interactive genres, electronic literature and digital fiction. Since 2011, Mez has partnered with Dreaming Methods to produce apps, transmedia, and 3D games, with their joint game project “#PRISOM” (produced for The International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality 2013) making the Finalist List of the 2014 Western Australian... Read More →
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Richard Ehrlich

American foreign correspondent
Richard S. Ehrlich is an American foreign correspondent in Asia where he has been based since 1978 reporting from Hong Kong, New Delhi, and now Bangkok, Thailand. His coverage focuses on wars, rituals, revolutions, cultures, coups, religions and other news. He is also co-author of a nonfiction book of investigative journalism, titled: "Hello My Big Big Honey!" Love Letters to Bangkok Bar Girls and Their Revealing Interviews.
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Roderick Coover

Director, ELO Transmedia Literary Arts Fest
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Scott Rettberg

Professor, University of Bergen
Scott Rettberg is professor of digital culture in the department of linguistic, literary, and aesthetic studies at the University of Bergen, Norway. Rettberg is the Conference Chair of the 2015 Electronic Literature Organization Conference and Festival, The End(s) of Electronic Literature. Rettberg was the project leader of ELMCIP (Electronic Literature as a Model of Creativity and Innovation in Practice), a HERA-funded collaborative research... Read More →
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Serge Bouchardon

Professor, University of Technology of Compiegne
Serge Bouchardon graduated in literature from the Sorbonne University (France). After working as a project manager in the educational software industry, he wrote his dissertation on interactive literary narrative. He is currently full Professor in Communication Sciences and Director of the COSTECH laboratory at the University of Technology of Compiègne (France). His research focuses on digital creation, in particular digital literature... Read More →
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Sindre Sorensen

Developer / Owner, Sørensen EDB
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Stephanie Strickland

Director, ELO
Stephanie Strickland’s 7th book of poems, Dragon Logic, was published by Ahsahta (2013). Her 8th, V : WaveTercets / Losing L’una, published by SpringGun (2014), is accompanied by the freely downloadable Vniverse app for iPad created with Ian Hatcher. She has collaborated on ten born-digital poems, most recently Sea and Spar Between and Duels— Duets with Nick Montfort and House of Trust with Ian Hatcher. She is a member of the... Read More →
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Will Luers

Visiting Professor, CMDC, Washington State University
Will Luers is a visiting professor in the Creative Media & Digital Culture program at Washington State University, Vancouver where he teaches multimedia authoring, creative programming and video production. His projects have been exhibited internationally and selected for various conferences, including ELO in 2008, 2011 and 2014; and for FILE in 2014. In 2010, he was awarded the The Vectors-NEH Summer Fellowship to work on his database... Read More →

Sunday June 12, 2016 10:00 - 17:00
MacLaurin Lobby A100

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