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Aesthetic AnimismDigital Poetry's Ontological Implications$
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David Jhave Johnston

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780262034517

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: January 2017

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262034517.001.0001

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Aesthetic Animism

David Jhave Johnston

The MIT Press

Digital poetry case-studies. The chapter begins with precedents, typographic explorers, and parallel practitioners. The bulk of the chapter offers numerous case-studies of contemporary (1995-2015) digital poetry (and/or language-art in mediated contexts) grouped by thematics. Authors analysed include (among others): Christian Bök, Zuzana Husárová, Joe Davis, Eduardo Kac, S. S. Prasad, Jason Lewis, Erik Loyer, Andy Campbell, Ben Fry, Amaranth Borsuk, Christophe Bruno, Talan Memmott, Jaap Blonk, Daniel Howe, Karsten Schmidt, Brad Troemel, TRAUMAWIEN, Darius Kazemi, Ray Kurzweil, John Cayley, Nick Montfort, Stephanie Strickland, Antonio Roque, Håkan Jonson, Johannes Heldén, Danny Cannizzaro, Samantha Gorman, and Camille Henrot.

Keywords:   Typography, new media, bio art, conceptual art, language art, digital poetics, electronic literature

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