[NetBehaviour] Open Access to ELO media and conference - from Anastasia Salter

Alan Sondheim sondheim at gmail.com
Tue Jul 28 00:09:23 CEST 2020

(I think this should be of great interest here!)

*Announcing the Open Access Repository of the Electronic Literature
Organization Conference and Media Festival 2020*

The annual Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) Conference and Media
Arts Festival was originally scheduled to be held July 16-19, 2020, at the
University of Central Florida in downtown Orlando. As a result of the
global pandemic, the conference was migrated online. The open access
conference repository includes both the recorded live and submitted
asynchronous works, as well as a virtual exhibition, and is open to all at:
https://stars.library.ucf.edu/elo2020/. ELO is an organization dedicated to
electronic literature, or e-lit–literary works in which computation forms
some essential part of the aesthetic. #ELOrlando offered an experimental,
virtual opportunity to share research and creative contributions within an
engaging, collegial atmosphere comprising e-lit scholars and practitioners
from across the globe.

The theme for ELO 2020 was “(un)continuity”: participants are invited to
explore fluidity and nonbinary concepts, including, re/presentation;
categorization; spectra of light, sound, and the ultra/infra visible;
social organization; unity; and discord. We hope that you will find this
shared archive useful in your own research, art, and teaching, in a time
when this theme resonates with our global  challenges.

*Anastasia Salter*
Director of Graduate Programs
College of Arts & Humanities
University of Central Florida

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