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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 • 20:00 - 23:00
Hybridity Performances and Screenings

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Donna Leishman and Steve Gibson: "Borderline"

Kristian Pedersen and Audun Lindholm: "Waves"

Zuzana Husarova: "Any Vision"

Simon Biggs "Crosstalk"

John Cayley: "To Be with You"

Hazel Smith and Roger Dean: "text, sound, electronics, live coding"

Ottar Ormstad, Taras Mashtalir and Alexander Vojjov: "3 CONCRETE: LONG RONG SONG, NAVN NOME NAME, kakaoase"

Taras Mashtalir and Natalia Fedorova: "Machine Libertine"

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Simon Biggs

Professor, University of South Australia
Simon Biggs is a media artist, writer and curator with interests in digital poetics, interactive environments and interdisciplinary research. His work has been widely presented, including Tate Modern, National Film Theatre, ICA London, Edinburgh Festival, FACT Liverpool, Ikon Birmingham, Pompidou, IRCAM, Academy de Kunste Berlin, Maxxi Rome, Macau Arts Museum, Walker Art Center, San Francisco Cameraworks, Total Seoul, Art Gallery of New South... 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.

Roger Dean

Professor, MARCS institute and austraLYSIS
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Natalia Fedorova

Assistant Professor, St Petersburg State University
Natalia Fedorova is a new media poet, a digital literature scholar and a mediapoetry lab curator. In collaboration with a sonic artist Taras Mashtalir she founded a media poetry project Machine Libertine. Her audio and video poems appeared in TextSound, Rattapallax, LIT magazine, and Ill-Tempered Rubyist, räume für notizen | rooms for notes as well as number of international festivals (Moscow Book Festival, E-Poetry, LUMEN EX, Interrupt... Read More →
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Steve Gibson

Reader in Innovative Digital Media, Northumbria University
Steve Gibson is an interactive media artist, interface designer, electronic musician and media curator. He currently serves as Reader in Innovative Digital Media at Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK. Simultaneously deeply involved with technology and deeply suspicious of its effects, Gibson’s work celebrates both the liberation and paranoia of techno-fetishism. Influenced by a diverse body of art and popular movements his practice-based... Read More →
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Donna Leishman

Programme Director Communication Design, University of Dundee
My work is a combination of critical writing and practice-based research in digital art and has crossed disciplines such as electronic literature, ludology (the study of games) and more recently human computer interaction, sociology and psychology. Research themes include human activity within digital media: exploring how digitally mediated narratives extend authorship and reception, what role media technologies have in forming or disturbing... Read More →
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Taras Mashtalir

Sonic Artist, Au Courant Muisc, BMI
Raising an awareness of sound ecology in urban environments, development and implementation site-specific sonic ecology system will be a consistent practice of my research. | I am bringing together insights and data from neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, literature, visual art, dance, music performance studies, sculpture, motion capture, data mapping, sensors and software programming.
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Ottar Ormstad

Ottar Ormstad was born and is based as an independent artist in Oslo, Norway. As a concrete poet, Ormstad creates verbivocovisual poetry since the 1960s and is author of Electronic Literature since 2006. In his works, Ormstad extends his originally print-based practice by moving to the realm of the networked programmable space. His works usually include modern electronic music, visual backgrounds such as self-produced b/w (darkroom-) photography... Read More →
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Kristian Pedersen

Animator / director, Gasspedal / freelance
Kristian Pedersen (b.1980) graduated with an MA in Visual Communication from Bergen Academy of Art and Design. He works as a freelance animator and designer in Oslo, and produces animated poetry films in collaboration with the small press Gasspedal and publishing house Gyldendal. Kristian is currently developing a short film project with the Norwegian animation studio Mikrofilm.

Hazel Smith

Professor, University of Western Sydney


Thursday August 6, 2015 20:00 - 23:00
Østre Second Floor, Østre Skostredet 3, 5017 Bergen

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