I was interviewed by Stephan Delbos for his online journal BODY
Curating with María Mencía the exhibition Repurposing in E-lit @ DIG Gallery, Košice
artists: Maria Mencia, Jeneen Naji, Christine Wilks, Amaranth Borsuk, Brad Bouse, Serge Bouchardon, Jörg Piringer, Mariusz Pisarski, Andy Campbell, Leonardo Flores, Lubomir Panak, Mez Breeze, Rui Torres, Mark Amerika, John Cayley, Jason Nelson, Nick Montfort, Stephanie Strickland, Marcin Bylak, R3/\/\1X\/\/0RX
If you have not seen our performance “Phenomena Research” yet, you should.
my improvised sound poetry will be heard 13th September at a wine tasting event Dvorček in Bratislava.
A part of this episode is also a limited visual-poetic edition (text by me, visual design by Amalia Roxana Filip) of 10 bottles of wine Šípka and 10 bottles of wine Lipka.
The video of our performance Enter: in´ Wodies in London at E-Poetry festival, June 2013.
Thanks to John Morgan for recording.
Our multigenre multimedia performance Skúmanie javov / Phenomena Research will be presented 26th June in Bratislava cultural centre A4.
It presents a story about the function sinus, about a cosmic trip, about researching phenomena in one´s psyche and surrounding world that became almost extinct.
Dance terra (Jana Tereková), music stroon (Dalibor Kocián), story, text, voice tachykardia (Zuzana Husárová), visuals chaosdroid (Amalia Roxana Filip), digital poetry drakh (Ľubomír Panák).
Produced by bees-R in co-production with elledanse. With the financial support of the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak republic.
Link to the trailer: https://vimeo.com/57127053
This soundpoem belongs to the project EVERYTHING YOU WRITE CAN BE USED FOR YOU. The text is appropriated from my chat on 30. October 2012 and forms an anagram that becomes reduced in each following part, until reaching the final “OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO”.
This soundpoem belongs to the project EVERYTHING YOU WRITE CAN BE USED FOR YOU. The text that is read is appropriated from all the email messages (on 4 email accounts) that I received 30. October 2012.
This multilingual, mutligenre soundpoem reflects my everyday reading experience.
Pre-release version of Android application by Lubo Panak - a remediation of a literary gem that I found in Slovak Baroque poetry - Matej Gažúr´s pattern poetry: a nuptial wish to Paulo Ostrosith and Eva Uifalusi from 1649. This poem is remediated, enlivened. Baroque imaginary dynamics is turned into physical dynamics - touch and move Obvia Gaude! Upgrades coming in short time.
Heike Fiedler made a wonderful podcast from excellent sound poetry for webSYNradio
Go to the web and listen to the podcast:
Anna Akhmatova, Anne Pitteloud + Sylvain Thévoz + Dominique Ziegler+ Heike Fiedler + Philippe Rahmy + Miruna Coca-Cozma + Manuel Tornare, Beth Anderson, Dorothea Schürch + Thomas Lehn, Ernst Jandl, Franz Mon avec Tera de Marez Oyens, Gherasim Luca, Heike Fiedler + Marie Schwab + Steve Buchanan, Henri CHOPIN, IMO insub meta orchestra, Jaap Blonk, Joan La Barbara, John Giorno, Jörg Piringer, Kathy Acker, Olga Rozanova, Pete Ehrnrooth, Sainkho Namchylak, Vincent Barras + Jacques Demierre, Zuzana Husarova
Môj “článok” nazvaný Čo ma študenti naučili vyšiel v časopise Kloaka 4/2012.
Článok pozostáva z textov, ktoré moji študenti kreatívne vytvorili počas predmetu Elektronická literatúra na Katedre anglického jazyka a literatúry PdF UK v Bratislave.
- Ako intelektuálne pracovať
- Čo funguje v dnešnom svete
- Prečo napĺňať svoje zmysly
our work BA-Tale is a part of ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature (among 18 wonderful creative works plus videos, excellent theoretical articles and pedagogical material)
Check it out here: http://anthology.elmcip.net/
BA-Tale is an interactive, intermedial electronic literature piece, whose narrative is a fake myth about the formation of Slovakia’s capital Bratislava. The way the reader engages with the piece brings about the concept of myth as an oral narrative and re-contextualizes it. The story is read in fragments, semantic units from the scattered moving text. The aspect of catching a fragment in time reminds one of listening to the oral story, although the necessity to remember the subsequent words in order to proceed adds a new aspect to this tradition. The sound is randomly computer-chosen from our database that defines for each unit a number of sounds. The semantically most important word of the unit was used as a keyword to find several corresponding sounds in freesounds.org.
5. 2. o 14:30 bolo na radiu Devin - v relacii: Popoludnie na Devíne
venovane skvostu s nazvom “liminal.”
Predstavili sme ho ja a An Chaosdroid, moderovala s lubeznym hlasom Andrea Makysova Volarova.