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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 • 09:00 - 10:30
Visualizing Electronic Literature

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Jeremy Douglass: "The Many Ends of Network Fictions: Gamebooks, Hypertexts, Visual Novels, Games and Beyond"

Angus Forbes: "'Till Algebra is Easier —': Elements of Computation in the Poems of Emily Dickinson"

Elizabeth Losh: "Reading, Seeing, and Sensing: The Internet of Things Makes Literature" 

Maria Mencia: "Data Visualisation Poetics"  

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David Jhave Johnston: digital poet, uses algorithms as aesthetic tools. His work reconciles computation, emotion, concepts, and the ancient idea of poet-artist as conduit. Current research: poetry generation using machine learning. Assistant Professor at School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. http://glia.ca

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Jeremy Douglass

Assistant Professor of English, U. California Santa Barbara
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Angus Forbes

Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago
Dr. Angus Forbes is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at University of Illinois at Chicago, where he directs the Creative Coding Research Group within the Electronic Visualization Laboratory. His research investigates novel techniques for representing and interacting with complex scientific information, and has appeared recently in IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, ACM Multimedia, IEEE BigData... Read More →

Liz Losh

Associate Professor, William and Mary
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María Mencía

Senior Lecturer, Kingston University
I am a media artist and scholar and my practice-based research is at the intersection of language, art and digital technology. It includes interactive installations, generative narratives, visualisation poetics, sound-generated poems and performances. It has been exhibited internationally and it is in collections including the 'Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 1' and the ‘ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature’. I am a... Read More →

Thursday August 6, 2015 09:00 - 10:30
Sydneshaugen skole: Auditorium R Sydnesplassen 9, 5020 Bergen, Norway

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