The Kid E-Lit exhibition offered new e-reading experiences for children and youth in the libraries of Bergen, Roskilde and Aarhus. Now the exhibition, presenting multimodal and interactive literature applications for tablet computers, is being prepared for a tour in Finland. Local additions to the exhibits include Finnish e-lit applications, artefacts from the history electronic literature as well as e-books made by children.
The exhibition takes place in Helsinki Töölö library 3.9.–30.9., Jyväskylä city library 8.10.–29.10. and Tampere main library Metso 7.11.–30.11.. In Tampere the exhibition is part of the international Nordic E-Stories seminar on 7.-8.11. 2016.
Jorge Andrés Gomez, Baptiste Ingrand, Florine Morsetin. “Poetracking” (2014) Continue reading Poetracking
Mark Marino and The Marino Family: Mrs. Wobbles and The Tangerine House http://markcmarino.com/mrsw 2013-2015. Continue reading Mrs. Wobbles and The Tangerine House
Pierre Fourny, Guillaume Jacquemin, Serge Bouchardon, Luc Dall’Armellina and Hélène Caubel: Typomatic. 2015. Continue reading Typomatic
Emilie Barbier, Ana Abril Hernández, Leja Hočevar, Luis Javier Pisonero and Mario Azna: The Tower of Jezik. 2014. http://digitalliterature.eu/portfolio/the-tower-of-jezik/ Continue reading The Tower of Jezik
Aleatory Funkhouser: My Own Alphabet. URL? 2015.
“My Own Alphabet” is a motion poem about disorder, learning new things, forgetting details and seeing from new and different perspectives. The poetry may look jumbled, but does not to the author. Aleatory Funkhouser is a ten year old student from the USA who is interested in experimental poetry.
“My Own Alphabet” er et kinetisk dikt om uorden, om å lære nye ting, om å glemme detaljer og om å se verden fra nye og uvante vinkler. Diktet ser kanskje rotate ut for deg som leser, men forfatteren ser det ikke slik. Aleatory Funkhouser er en tiåring fra USA.
LeAnn Erickson: The Computer Wore Heels. 2014. Continue reading The Computer Wore Heels