The book Digital Media and Textuality: from Creation to Archiving, is here: http://www.transcript-verlag.de/978-3-8376-4091-5/digital-media-and-textuality.
Special thanks to all the contributors, who have made this book possible, and the University of Bremen for all the support.
The online exhibition “Shapeshifiting Texts” was announced on the last day of the conference, during the final remarks. You can visit it here: https://exhibitionshapeshiftingtexts.wordpress.com/.
Shapeshifting texts continue to arrive. We are so happy to welcome The Breathing Wall to our exhibition. Special thanks to Kate Pullinger for sending us the materials and for sharing her amazing work with us.
Exhibition Shapeshifting Texts and the Evening of performances “Electronic Literature Authors Perform their Work” was included in the globale° – Festival für grenzüberschreitende Literatur program. Please visit the festival’s page at: http://globale-literaturfestival.de/projekte/#elec.
A selection of works is being prepared for the exhibition. First works are starting to arrive…
I would like to thank Steve Tomasula for sharing his work with us.
ICDMT is part of the university’s wonderful Kalender. Please visit the university page at: http://www.uni-bremen.de/kalender/event/caldate/2016/11/03/view/event//tx_cal_phpicalendar/6109.html?cHash=c5ed97025eb00ff1fe11180943f4af1a.
Registration is now open.
Please follow the guidelines: https://digmediatextuality.wordpress.com/registration/.
During the ELO Conference and the DHSI, ICDMT’S CFP was displayed together with amazing works created by Scott Rettberg and Roderick Coover, Nick Monfort, Talan Memmott, Matthew Kirschenbaum and many others. We thank ELO’s Board of Directors for having unanimously accepted to support this conference and for publishing our CFP in several platforms such as ELO website and Facebook page.