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Welcome to ELO 2015 in Bergen this summer! Join the discussion on Twitter (#ELO2015) or Facebook. Events in Egget, Auditorium A and B and selected art events will be live streamed and archived. Email elo2015@gmail.com if you have questions.
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Thursday, August 6 • 11:00 - 12:30
Collaborative Narrative

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Renato Nicassio: "The S.I.C. method and the Great Open Novel: an unconventional method for a conventional end"

Mariusz Pisarski: "From 'The Unknown' to 'Piksel Zdrój'. Collaboration in e-literature: models, newcomers, predictions"

Kate Pullinger: "Letter to an Unknown Soldier: a participatory writing project"

Heiko Zimmermann: "Electronic Literature as a Means to Overcome the Supremacy of the Author Function"


Moderators
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Rob Wittig

Netprov Runner, Meanwhile... Netprov Studio
Rob Wittig plays at the crossroads of literature, graphic design and digital culture. A Silicon Valley native, he co-founded the legendary IN.S.OMNIA electronic bulletin board with the Surrealist-style literary and art group Invisible Seattle. From this came a Fulbright grant to study the writing and graphic design of electronic literature with philosopher Jacques Derrida in Paris. Rob's book based on that work, "Invisible Rendezvous," was... Read More →

Speakers
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Renato Nicassio

Phd Student, Universita degli studi dell Aquila
Born in the south of Italy, far away from the digital revolution. Nowadays I study collective writing and collective autorship from the Romantic age to the Internet screen. In my spare time I am a blogger and a tv series addict. I also like comics but definitely I'm not a nerd: I do a lot of sports.
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Mariusz Pisarski

research associate, University of Warsaw
Mariusz Pisarski, PhD: researcher and digital producer. Chief editor of "Techsty" – Polish journal on e-literature. Has been creative director for e-literature published by Korporacja Ha!art from Cracow. Member of Intermedia and Intersemiotic Lab at Univeristy of Warsaw. Author of 'Xanadu. Hypertextual metamorphosis of prose' (Kraków, 2013), editor of 'Michael Joyce: a Polish writer' (2011, and Literary hypertexts. Literature and the New... 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.


Thursday August 6, 2015 11:00 - 12:30
Sydneshaugen skole: Auditorium R Sydnesplassen 9, 5020 Bergen, Norway

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