3/6/16

ELO: Next Horizons 2016



Entre el 10 y 12 de Junio se celebra en la Universidad de Victoria, en Victoria, Canadá, la conferencia Next Horizons 2016, organizada por la ELO (Electronic Literature Organization) que reunirá a especialistas y escritores en el mundo de la literatura digital. Algunos de los asuntos sobre los que se disertará son la publicación digital, los juegos narrativos, la ficción interactiva o la literatura electrónica hecha por mujeres. Además, se estudiarán en detalle algunos trabajos de literatura digital.

Para registrarse puede utilizarse este enlace.

El programa anunciado es el siguiente:

Viernes 10
  • - Stuart Moulthrop, “Intimate Mechanics: Play and Meaning in the Middle of Electronic Literature”

  • - Anastasia Salter, “Code before Content? Brogrammer Culture in Games and Electronic Literature”

  • - Prototyping Resistance: Wargame Narrative and Inclusive Feminist Discourse con Jon Saklofske, Acadia University, Anastasia Salter, University of Central Florida; Liz Losh, College of William and Mary; Diane Jakacki, Bucknell University y Stephanie Boluk, UC Davis

  • - Best Practices for Archiving E-Lit con Diene Grigar, Washington State University Vancouver; Stuart Moulthrop, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee; Matthew Kirschenbaum, University of Maryland College Park y Judy Malloy, Independent Artist

  • - “From eLit to pLit,” Heiko Zimmerman, University of Trier

  • - “Generations of Meaning,” Hannah Ackermans, Utrecht University

  • - “Co-Designing DUST,” Kari Kraus, University of Maryland College Park

  • - “Methods of Interrogation,” John Murray, University of California Santa Cruz

  • - “Peering through the Window,” Philippe Brand, Lewis & Clark College

  • - “(E-)re-writing Well-Known Works,” Agnieszka Przybyszewska, University of Lodz

  • - Twine Games, Alanna Bartolini, UC Santa Barbara

  • - “Whose Game Is It Anyway?,” Ryan House, Washington State University Vancouver

  • - “Micronarratives Dynamics in the Structure of an Open-World Action-Adventure Game,” Natalie Funk, Simon Fraser University

  • - eLit and the (Next) Future of Cinema con Steve Wingate, South Dakota State University; Kate Armstrong, Emily Carr University; Roderick Coover, Temple University y Samantha Gorman, USC

  • - “Generative Poems by Maria Mencia,” Angelica Huizar, Old Dominion University

  • - “Inhabitation: Johanna Drucker: “no file is ever self-identical,” Joel Kateinikoff, University of Alberta

  • - “The Great Monster: Ulises Carrión as E-Lit Theorist,” Élika Ortega, University of Kansas

  • - “Pedagogic Strategies for Electronic Literature,” Mia Zamora, Kean University

  • - Digital Preservation, con Nicholas Schiller, Washington State University Vancouver; Zach Coble, NYU

  • - ELMCIP, Scott Rettberg y Álvaro Seiça, University of Bergen; Hannah Ackermans, Utrecht University

  • - Wikipedia-A-Thon, Liz Losh, College of William and Mary
  • - “Social Media for E-Lit Authors,” Michael Rabby, Washington State University Vancouver

  • - “– O True Apothecary!, by Kyle Booten,” UC Berkeley, Center for New Media

  • - “Electronic literature production – a case study of Korporacja Ha!art”, con Aleksandra Malecka, Jagiellonian University; Piotr Marecki, Jagiellonian University

  • - “Life Experience through Digital Simulation Narratives,” David Núñez Ruiz, Neotipo

  • - “Building Stories,” Kate Palermini, Washington State University Vancouver

  • - “Help Wanted and Skills Offered,” con Deena Larsen, Independent Artist; Julianne Chatelain, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

  • - “Beyond Original E-Lit: Deconstructing Austen Cybertexts,” Meredith Dabek, Maynooth University

  • - Arabic E-Lit. (AEL) Project, Riham Hosny, Rochester Institute of Technology/Minia University

  • - “Poetic Machines,” Sidse Rubens LeFevre, University of Copenhagen
Sábado 11

  • - “Different Tools but Similar Wits,” Guangxu Zhao, University of Ottawa

  • - “Digital Aesthetics,” Bertrand Gervais, Université du Québec à Montréal

  • - “Hatsune Miku,” Roman Kalinovski, Independent Scholar

  • - “Meta for Meta’s Sake,” Melinda White, University of New Hampshire

  • - “Narrative Texture,” Luciane Maria Fadel, Simon Fraser University

  • - “Natural Language Generation,” by Stefan Muller Arisona

  • - “Poetic Machines,” Sidse Rubens LeFevre, University of Copenhagen

  • - “Really Really Long Works,” Aden Evens, Dartmouth University

  • - “UnWrapping the E-Reader,” David Roh, University of Utah

  • - “Social Media for E-Lit Artists,” Michael Rabby

  • - “Glitching the Poem,” Aaron Angello, University of Colorado Boulder

  • - “WALLPAPER,” Alice Bell, Jen Smith, and Isabelle Van der Bom, Sheffield Hallam University; Astrid Ensslin, University of Alberta

  • - “Unprintable Books,” Kate Pullinger, Bath Spa University

  • - “On Electronic Poetry Translation,” Mohsen Emadi, National Autonomous University of Mexico; Rodolfo Mata, National Autonomous University of Mexico

  • - “E-Lit in Arabic Universities,” Riham Hosny, Rochester Institute of Technology/Minia University

  • - “Halwangarda, or E-Literary Life Based on Local Traditions,” Aleksandra Malecka, Jagiellonian University

  • - “Bioconceptualism: Is There Life after a Poem?,” Natalia Fedorova, St. Petersburg State University

  • - “Transmediation,” Kedrick James, University of British Columbia; Ernesto Pena, University of British Columbia

  • - “The Closed World, Databased Narrative, and Network Effect,” Mark Sample, Davidson College
  • - “Electronic Literary Artifacts,” John Barber, Washington State University Vancouver; Alcina Cortez, INET-MD, Instituto de Etnomusicologia, Música e Dança

  • - “The Old in the Arms of the New,” Gary Barwin, Independent Scholar

  • - “Space as a Meaningful Dimension,” Luciane Maria Fadel, Simon Fraser University

  •  - Understanding Bots con Leonardo Flores; Allison Parrish, Fordham University; Matt Schneider, University of Toronto; Tobi Hahn, Paisley Games y Zach Whalen, University of Mary Washington
  • - Digital Preservation, con Nicholas Schiller, Washington State University Vancouver; Zach Coble, NYU

  • - ELMCIP, Allison Parrish, Fordham University; Scott Rettberg, University of Bergen; David Nunez Ruiz, Neotipo; Hannah Ackermans, Utrecht University

  • - Wikipedia-A-Thon, Liz Losh, College of William and Mary

  • - “The ChessBard and 3D Poetry Project as Translational Ecosystems,” Aaron Tucker, Ryerson University

  • - “AVATAR/MOCAP,” Alan Sondheim, Independent Artist

  • - “News Wheel,” Jody Zellen, Independent Artist

  • - “x-o-x-o-x.com,” Erik Zepka, Independent Artist

  • - John Cayley, “The Listeners”

  • -  E-Lit Pedagogy in Global Setting con Philippe Bootz, Université Paris 8; Riham Hosny, Rochester Institute of Technology/Minia University; Sandy Baldwin, Rochester Institute of Technology; Maria Goicoechea, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Kwabena Opoku-Agyemang, West Virginia University y Odile Farge, UNESCO Chair ITEN, Foundation MSH/University of Paris8.
  • - “Reading Source Code,” Mohsen Emadi, National Autonomous University of Mexico; Rodolfo Mata, National Autonomous University of Mexico

  • - “Creative GREP Works,” Kristopher Purzycki, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

  • - “Using Theme to Author Hypertext Fiction,” Alex Mitchell, National University at Singapore

  • - “Exploring Potentiality,” Daniela Côrtes Maduro, Universität Bremen
  • - “Programming the Kafkaesque Mechanism,” by Kristof Anetta, Slovak Academy of Sciences

  • - “Reapprasing Word Processing,” Matthew Kirschenbaum, University of Maryland College Park

  • - Beyond Collaborative Horizons con Jeremy Douglass, UC Santa Barbara; Mark Marino, USC y Jessica Pressman, San Diego State University

  • - E-Loops: Reshuffling Reading & Writing In Electronic Literature Works con  Gwen Le Cor, Université Paris 8; Arnaud Regnaud, Université Paris 8; Ariane Savoie, Université du Québec à Montréal and Université catholique de Louvain y  Stéphanie Vanderhaeghe, Université Paris 8

  • - Metaphorical Perspectives con “Street Ghosts,” Ali Rachel Pearl, USC; “The (Wo)men’s Social Club,” Amber Strother, Washington State University Vancouver; “The Cyborg of the House y ” Maria Goicoechea, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

  • - Embracing Bots con Leonardo Flores, University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez Campus; Chris Rodley, University of Sydney: Élika Ortega, University of Kansas y Katie Rose Pipkin, Carnegie Mellon
 - Talleres:
  • - “Bots,” Zach Whalen, University of Mary Washington

  • - “Twine”

  • - “AR/VR,” John Murray, UC Santa Clara

  • - “Unity 3D,” Stefan Muller Arisona, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern; Simon Schubiger, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern

  • - “Exploratory Programming,” Nick Montfort, MIT

  • - “Scalar,” Hannah Ackermans, University of Utrecht

  • - The Electronic Poet’s Workbench: Build a Generative Writing Practice, Andrew Koblucar, New Jersey Institute of Technology; David Ayre, Programmer and Independent Artist

  • - Christine Wilks, “Interactive Narrative and the Art of Steering Through Possible Worlds”
Domingo, 12

  • - “Narrativity in Virtual Reality,” Illya Szilak, Independent Scholar

  • - “Simulation Studies,” David Ciccoricco, University of Otago

  • - “Future Fiction Storytelling Machines,” Caitlin Fisher, York University

  • - Historical & Critical Perspectives con Robert Glick, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • - “Platforms & Genres of Electronic Literature, 2002-2015,” Scott Rettberg, University of Bergen

  • - “The Evolution of E-Lit,” James O’Sullivan, University of Sheffield

  • - “The Logic of Selection,” by Matti Kangaskoski, Helsinki University

  • - “Seasons II:  estudio de la obra Ambient Video, Generative Art, and Audiovisual Experience,” Jim Bizzocchi, Simon Fraser University; Arne Eigenfeldt, Simon Fraser University; Philippe Pasquier, Simon Fraser University; Miles Thorogood, Simon Fraser University
  • - “Cinematic Turns,” Liz Losh, College of William and Mary

  • - “Mario Mods and Ludic Seriality,” Shane Denson, Duke University

  • - “The Unquantified Self: Imagining Ethopoiesis in the Cognitive Era,” Andrew Koblucar, New Jersey Institute of Technology

  • - “Next Horizons – Retro Platforms,” Piotr Marecki, Jagiellonian University
  • - “How E-Literary Is My E-Literature?,” con Leonardo Flores, University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez Campus

  • - “Overcoming the Locative Interface Fallacy,” con Lauren Burr, University of Waterloo

  • - “Interactive Narratives on the Block,” Aynur Kadir, Simon Fraser University

  •  - Next Narrative con Marjorie Luesebrink; Marjorie Luesebrink, Independent Artist; Daniel Punday, Independent Artist y Will Luers, Washington State University Vancouver

  • - Digital Preservation, by Nicholas Schiller, Washington State University Vancouver; Zach Coble, NYU
  • - ELMCIP, Allison Parrish, Fordham University; Scott Rettberg, University of Bergen; David Nunez Ruiz, Neotipo; Hannah Ackermans, Utrecht University

  • - Wikipedia-A-Thon, Liz Losh, College of William and Mary
  • - “Just for the Cameras,” Flourish Klink, Independent Artist

  • - “Lulu Sweet,” Deanne Achong and Faith Moosang, Independent Artists

  • - “Machine Libertine,” Natalia Fedorova, St. Petersburg State University

  • - “Drone Pilot,” Ian Hatcher, Independent Artist
  • - “E-Lit Jazz,” Sandy Baldwin, Rochester Institute of Technology; Rui Torres, University Fernando Pessoa

  • - “Pop Subversion in Electronic Literature,” Davin Heckman, Winona State University

  • - Experiments in #NetProv & Participatory Narratives con Mia Zamora; Mark Marino, USC; Rob Wittig, Meanwhile… Netprov Studio  

  • - “Migrating Electronic Literature to the Kinect System,” Monika Gorska-Olesinka, University of Opole; Mariusz Pisarski, University of Opole

  • - “Mobile and Tactile Screens as Venues for the Performing Arts?,” Serge Bouchardon, Sorbonne Universités, Université de Technologie de Compiègne

  • - E-Lit Labs con Jim Brown, Rutgers University Camden; Robert Emmons, Rutgers University Camden; Brian Greenspan, Carleton University; Stephanie Boluk, UC Davis y Patrick LeMieux, UC Davis

  • - Transmedia Publishing con Philippe Bootz, Université Paris 8; Lucile Haute, Université Paris 8; Nolwenn Trehondart, Université Paris 8 y Steve Wingate, South Dakota State University

  • - Feminist Horizons con Anastasia Salter, University of Central Florida; Kathi Inman Berens, Portland State University; Jessica Pressman, San Diego State University y Caitlin Fisher, York University

  • - “Platforms and Genres of Electronic Literature,” Scott Rettberg, University of Bergen

  • - “Emergent Story Structures,” David Meurer. York University

  • - “We Must Go Deeper,” Samantha Gorman, USC; Milan Koerner-Safrata, Recon Instruments