pOes1s Ästhetik digitaler Poesie

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Edited by: Friedrich W. Block, Christiane Heibach, Karin Wenz Texts by: Mark Amerika, Johannes Auer, Giselle Beiguelman, Mark Bernstein, Hanjo Berressem, Simon Biggs, Friedrich W. Block, Philippe Bootz u.a. German, English Februar 2004, 236 Pages, 41 Ills. Softcover 1mm x 1mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-1345-0

Digital poetry is a rapidly developing genre in the arts and is marked by 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. This book features contributions to an international symposium at Erfurt University that vividly explore the 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 the new art and illustrating the present state of discourse. The book is published in conjunction with the first extensive exhibition featuring international positions of digital poetry in installations as well as Internet and CD-ROM productions. Exhibition schedule: Kulturforum Berlin, February 14 - April 4, 2004

»A handbook of international digital poetry with an enlightening discussion on the current state of discourse in the field.«