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ELO 2015: The End(s) of Electronic Literature + #Carnivast

We are excited to present a fabulous program for ELO 2015 in Bergen this summer! Please be aware that the program is still slightly in flux as speakers and artists finalise their travel plans, and there may be some cancellations. Talks, workshops and exhibitions will be at the University of Bergen, Bergen Public Library and […]
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Pluto Gallery

Pluto: Updates + A Shiny Preview

So I hear that certain enthusiastic individuals (here’s looking at you, Electronic Literature scene) are keen to latch onto any news tidbits regarding Pluto, our current transmedia project in development with Dreaming Methods. Lucky for you then that we’ve just revamped our website with brand new eye-candy including a new preview trailer resting alongside some […]
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Killing Time

“The toxicity and empathy of social media, in videogame form”

“Killing Time at Lightspeed presents a take on social media that we don’t see often: as both a stage for educational self-expression and a window into the lives of others. Those who use social media are both (inadvertently or otherwise) watchers and performers; the nature of these applications forces users to fulfill these roles. This […]
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The Truncate

#E-Publishing in the Arts

A fantastic talk from Florian Cramer regarding a Research Project collaboration between 2 schools: Institute of Network Cultures and the Hogeschool van Amsterdam [affiliated with the Willem de Kooning Academy]. Having just dealt with many of the issues Florian outlines in regards to E-Publishing while creating my new “Pre- + Post-Internet” Publication “The Truncate”, the […]
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The 2014 New Media Writing Prize Winners Announced

So it’s time: we are frissonically happy to announce the winners of the 2014 New Media Writing Prize. +Main Prize Winner: “PRY” by Tender Claws/Samantha Gorman and Danny Cannizzaro. +Main Prize Runner-Up: “We Are Angry” by Lyndee Prickitt. +Student Prize Winner: “A Dream Within A Dream” by Herm Holland. +People’s Choice Prize: “nothing you have […]