Paraules Pixelades (Pixellated Words) (28.01 – 10.04.2016) was the world’s first large format exhibition exploring the possibilities for writing in the digital age. The exhibition took place at the Centre for Arts Santa Mònica in Barcelona and was curated by Laura Borràs and Giovanna di Rosario, both specialists in digital literature. Featured artists included:

Romy Achituv, Apollinaire, Pascal Auberson, Bryan Barrachina, Jorge Luis Borges, Philippe Bootz, Serge Bouchardon, Augusto de Campos, Lluís Calvo, J.R. Carpenter, Josh Carroll, Domenico Chiappe, David Clark, Alison Clifford, Roderick Coover, Julio Cortázar, Ramon Dachs, Douglas Duteil, T.S. Eliot, Odile Farge, Ton Ferret, Jerome Fletcher, Loss Pequeño Glazier, Christian Gratton, Shawn Greenlee, Lucile Haute, Carles Hac-Mor, Aurélie Herbet, Isaías Herrero, Shelley Jackson, Tomek Jarolim, David Jhave Johnson, Michael Joyce, Aya Karpinska, Deena Larsen, Cynthia Lawson Jaramillo, Jason Lewis, Erik Loyer, Marjorie Luesebrink, Andrew McClain, Andreas Meier, María Mencía, Stuart Moulthrop, Bruno Nadeau, Jason Nelson, Julien Pænasse, Cori Pedrola, Octavio Paz, Jörg Piringer, Raymond Queneau, Scott Rettberg, Cassandra Ribotti, Jaime Alejandro Rodríguez, Berta Rubio, Alexandra Saemmer, Màrius Sampere, Benjamin “Sascha” Shine, Stephanie Strickland, Eugenio Tisselli, Rui Torres, Ana María Uribe, Camille Utterback, Pedro Valdeolmillos, Vincent Volckaert, Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Christine Wilks, Ester Xargay



Soledades 2.0.

The Sweet Old Etcetera is one of the works featured in the Cibermuestra at Soledades 2.0. No Moderno Artificio part of Cosmopoetica 2011 (Cordoba, Spain). Soledades 2.0 celebrates the 450th anniversary of Luis de Góngora, a 17th Century Cordoban baroque poet. “Soledades 2.0” aims to connect the innovations that Góngora brought to the poetic discourse of the 17th century with the current tools that technology is now contributing to poetic creation.

The exhibition and symposium is on the 24, 25, 26 March in The Pepe Espaliú Art Centre, Cordoba.

Electronic Literature Collection Volume 2

“The Sweet Old Etcetera” is featured in the recently released Electronic Literature Collection vol. 2.

The new collection includes 63 works drawn from (and extending beyond):

  • Countries: Austria, Australia, Catalonia, Canada, Colombia, France, Germany, Israel, The Netherlands, Portugal, Peru, Spain, UK, US
  • Languages: Catalan, Dutch, English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Formats: Flash, Processing, Java, JavaScript, Inform, HTML, C++

Further information on the collection is available at the Electronic Literature Organization.