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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