P0Es1S: The Aesthetics Of Digital Poetry

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Digital poetry is a rapidly developing genre in the arts, marked by the most recent developments in media technology. Illustrating and reflecting the use of languages and sign systems in the symbol machine computer and in digital networks, digital poetry denotes creative, experimental, playful, or even critical language art via programming, multimedia, animation, interactivity, and net communication. P0es1s features contributions to an international symposium at Erfurt University that vividly explore changes in ...
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Overview

Digital poetry is a rapidly developing genre in the arts, marked by the most recent developments in media technology. Illustrating and reflecting the use of languages and sign systems in the symbol machine computer and in digital networks, digital poetry denotes creative, experimental, playful, or even critical language art via programming, multimedia, animation, interactivity, and net communication. P0es1s features contributions to an international symposium at Erfurt University that vividly explore changes in the notions of text and poetry, reception and authorship. Essays, manifestoes, and detailed analyses by researchers and artists make for a fundamental handbook, introducing this new art and illustrating its present state of discourse. This book is published on the occasion of the first extensive exhibition featuring international positions of digital poetry in installations as well as Internet and CD-ROM productions.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783775713450
  • Publisher: Hatje Cantz Verlag GmbH & Co KG
  • Publication date: 5/28/2004
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 7.02 (w) x 11.36 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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For more than two decades Eduardo Kac has been at the forefront of the new global culture in a digitally networked world. With deep roots in poetry and philosophy, Kac's art has for the last 10 years developed a poetics of life and evolution. Kak lives and works in Chicago, where he is Associate Professor of art and technology at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
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Table of Contents

Preface 6
The aesthetics of digital poetry : an introduction 11
Conversations on digital aesthetics : synopsis of the Erfurt discussions 37
The conditional text : siting the "poetry" in E-poetry 57
Death of the author? Death of the reader! 79
Reader/readers 93
Poetopology : folded space, transversal machines, and the poetics of "emergent text" 123
My friend Hamlet : thoughts on sculptural hypertext 133
Transmedialization : an interart transfer 155
WYSIWYG or WYGIWYS? (What you see is what you get or what you get is what you see : notes on the loss of inscription) 169
On navigation and interactivity 181
The poetry of weightlessness 193
Life style practice 213
The illusive nature of context : the negotiation of the thoughtbody 227
Biopoetry 243
Net.drenching - creating the co[de][i]n.text 251
Digital code and literary text 263
Screaming screen and binary idealism 277
The code is not the text (unless it is the text) 287
Eight digits of digital poetics 307
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