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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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Wednesday, August 5 • 17:30 - 19:00
End(s) of Electronic Literature Festival Exhibition Opening

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The UiB Humanities Library hosts the festival exhibition as well as a small historical exhibition showing the emergence of electronic literature and kiosk computers showing the ELC3 collection. Speakers listed are the artists who are exhibiting. 

The new works included in the Festival exhbition are featured on this web kiosk: http://elo2015.h.uib.no  which is shown on the four computers on the first floor of the library. Installations are also featured in the library café and a number of works and the Emergence of Electronic Literature exhibit are on display throughout the second floor of the library.

The exhibition will be open to the general public from August 4 until August 28 during the library's opening hours. Entrance is free. 
Aug 4: 8:30-15:00 / Aug 5: 8:30-19:00 / Aug 6: 8:30-17:00 / Aug 7: 8:30-19:00
From August 10: Mon–Fri. 8.30–19.00, Sat. 10.00–16.00.


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Roderick Coover

Director, ELO Transmedia Literary Arts Fest
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Aud Gjersdal

Subject librarian, Bergen University Library
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Patricia Tomaszek

PhD Candidate, University of Bergen
Recipient of the 2010 University of Bergen PhD-scholarship at the Department of Linguistic, Literary and Aesthetic Studies. She completed her M.A. in Literature, Culture and Media at the University of Siegen in Germany (2008), participated in a study abroad at Brown University supported by the "Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst" ('German Academic Exchange Service') in 2007, and assists the Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) in a... Read More →

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Deanne Achong

Artist, Artist
Deanne Achong is an artist based in Vancouver. | | She will present an installation of The Obsolescence Project at ISEA. | | Originally a daily year long photo blog exploring obsolescence | | http://projectobso.com/ | | the project at ISEA is a slide projection of a selection of 31 slides (analogue) representing one calendar month of the blog project. | | Talk to me about things that are fading away, or resurfacing... Read More →
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Kathi Inman Berens

Asst. Prof., Portland State University
Kathi Inman Berens, Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities and Publishing at Portland State University's department of English, works on interfaces and performance in electronic literature. A curator, Kathi has installed literary exhibits and live performances at the Library of Congress, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and two conventions at the Modern Language Association. Her shows have been reviewed in academic journals and _The... Read More →
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Eugene Garber

Emeritus, SUNY Albany
I am principally a fiction write--five books, several anthologized stories, two prizes. But for purposes of this festival I am eager to talk to others about the terrific demands made on a writer when he/she joins a collaborative team including an artist, a composer, a digital designer, a programmer and four actors; and when that team sets out to construct a work for which there is yet no stable genre, no grammar, no syntax, no walls to butt up... Read More →
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Samantha Gorman

Founder Tender Claws/Ph.D Research Fellow, USC/Tender Claws
Samantha Gorman is a writer and artist who works at the intersection of text, cinema, performance and digital culture. With Danny Cannizzaro she founded the art collective/publishing initiative Tender Claws. Tender Claws’ most recent release is PRY: a hybrid of cinema, game and novel created for mobile iOS (prynovella.com). PRY won the New Media Writing Prize 2015 and was a Future of Storytelling Prize finalist, IGF finalist for... Read More →

Lynn Hassan

Associate Director/Artist, Long Island University Brooklyn NY
I am a visual artist who works in various forms and mediums. | Collaboration is one area of interest, 2d and installations are also strong areas of work. A strong interest to discuss at the festival is how a hyper-media work can be engaged with within public settings - projection, sound, interactivity. | Also, the challenges for audience/readers engaging with a poetic hyper-media art work that is non-linear in nature.
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Megan Heyward

Senior Lecturer, University of Technology, Sydney
I'm a digital media artist and academic who creates interactive narrative and locative work across desktop, mobile and tablets. Interested in locative narrative, electronic literature for tablets, future of elit... Giving a paper on my locative narrative Notes for Walking; and exhibiting an elit work for iPad's; The Secret Language of Desire.
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Alinta Krauth

Artist, Alinta Krauth
Hello! My name is Alinta and I am a multidisciplinary digital artist and writer. My work has two main strains - projection mapping art in site-specific installations, and net-based/app-based pieces. Almost all my works involve user interaction, sound art, art games, generative art, poetry or narrative, and some physical computing. My works are generally 2D, often with a cartoonish look or a painted effect, because I begin these artworks in 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 →
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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 →
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Stuart Moulthrop

Professor, U. Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Born 1957 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Stuart Moulthrop is a writer, cybertext designer, and Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His early work, Victory Garden (1991), has been mentioned among the "golden age" of hypertext fiction. Later works, including Hegirascope (1995), Reagan Library (1999), and Under Language (2007), pertain more closely to our current age of artificial fibers. Moulthrop is the author of... 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

Katie Rose Pipkin

puppets, trains, prosopagnosia
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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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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!

Wednesday August 5, 2015 17:30 - 19:00
University of Bergen Arts Library Haakon Sheteligs plass 7, 5007 Bergen, Norway

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