Davis Schneiderman is a multimedia artist and writer and the author or editor of ten print and audio works, including the novels Drain (TriQuarterly/Northwestern), the DEADBOOKS trilogy comprised of the largely blank novel, Blank: a novel (Jaded Ibis), with audio from DJ Spooky, and the forthcoming [SIC] and INK. (Jaded Ibis); and the co-edited collections […]Continue Reading →
Vito Campanelli is a new media theorist and a research fellow in Communications and New Technologies at University of Milan “IULM”. His main research interest is technological imaginary. He is also a freelance curator of digital culture events and co-founder of MAO – Media & Arts Office. His essays on media […]Continue Reading →
Benjamin J. Robertson is instructor of English at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he teaches classes on contemporary literature, media studies, baseball, and elves. He is working on two book projects: The Age of the World Playlist and Here at the End of All Things: Genre and the Horizon of History.
Commonplace for the […]Continue Reading →
Hippocrit like words.
Hippocrit enjoys messing with words, and particularly likes it when language breaks down.
Hippocrit thinks language actively participates in the construction of reality.
Hippocrit is interested in how materiality and form affects the operations of language.
Hippocrit explores how digital technologies have affected our relationship to language.
Robert Arellano is an internationally renowned columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author. Glow in heart, pit in stomach, he travels to places like Egypt, Syria and Russia to travel. He observes the democratic. His book Curse the Names aired on his third Pulitzer on the economy and Israel. He is an American journalist. He is.
Distance: Protect Your […]Continue Reading →
DJ Lautréamont is a proponent of critical media literacy, professorial hacktivism, and practice-based research in the innovative arts. A former Chair in a Department of Fine Arts, he has since taken early retirement and now plays his DJ sets at low-key parties and occasional alternative gallery openings.
Today I am a novelist, blogger, […]Continue Reading →
Greg Debicki is a Calgary-based composer and new media artist. He studied at the Dartington College of Arts and Alberta College of Art and Design. Currently he’s working with Derek Demassi to create an installation in which bioluminescent algae communicate over a wireless network to create an audio/visual performance.
Under the pseudonym “Woulg” he makes glitch […]Continue Reading →
Scott Rettberg teaches digital culture in the department of linguistic, literary, and aesthetic studies at the University of Bergen. Rettberg is the author or coauthor of novel-length works of electronic literature including The Unknown, Kind of Blue, and Implementation. Rettberg is the cofounder and served as the first executive director of the nonprofit Electronic Literature […]Continue Reading →