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Digital Literature of V4 Countries

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Zuzana Husarova

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Digital literature of V4 Countries
Piotr Marecki & Zuzana Husárová
V4 Summer School, Krakow

interactive installations/performances
electronic literature
aspect of programming
aspect of media connections
aspect of social interaction
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Enter: in´ Wodies
Obvia Gaude
Thank you for your attention
Zuzana Husárová & Piotr Marecki

Formalizability and computation on the one side, and intuition and
imagination on the other, are the two poles of the mixtum compositum
media art with regard to the actions of the subject. To understand these
poles as two ends of a scale that can be played in both directions is an
alternative to a dualistic view, which is an easy option but also fatal,
if one remains trapped within this kind of thinking. The spectrum of
what is currently still referred to as media art is a training ground for
mixtures of the heterogenous. It is, therefore, a chaotic space, if one
understands chaos to mean that dynamic linkage of multifarious elements, of chance and necessity, which is by nature opaque and out
of which arise phenomena and processes that we can understand.

Siegfried Zielinski: Deep Time of the Media
mixtures of
the heterogenous

l terature
e perimental
conceptual writin
is “`digital born,` a first-generation digital object created on a computer and (usually) meant to be read on a computer” (Hayles, 2008): electronic literature or digital literature
not a book
vis als
n w media
g nerative
th ee D
flickering signifier
hypertextual text-based
digital visual/kinetic poetry
Basen by Jonáš Gruska
generated Gazeta Wyborcza
Michael Bielický - Falling Times
Markéta Baňková - NYC Map
Péter Farkas - Golem
online, dictionary novel project by intellectuals
Robert Szczerbowski, AE
Sławomir Shuty, Blok
mobile poetic applications
a literary work designed for systems, interfaces and reading habits typical for smartphones, mobile devices, which, by their technological advancement and type of use – situate themselves between systems, interfaces and reading habits typical for PCs and laptops and those known from traditional mobile phones. The distinguishing traits for this genre are the particular material placement of the text, specific composition, adapted to the limitations of the device (dividing the text into chunks, discontinuous reading, a small screen) and an above-platform manner of distribution.
Mariusz Pisarski
Konrad Polak, Schemat

published as a floppy disc in 1996
Radosław Nowakowski, Koniec świata według Emeryka
Katarzyna Giełżyńska, C()n Du It
Twozywo, Marsz

Wojciech Bruszewski, Big Dick
Obvia Gaude
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