Performance and Digital Literature

Friday, May 6 and 13, 2022

In recent years, reflections and readings of the body, coming from different fields and areas of study, show that there is an infinite field of generative possibilities that we ourselves do not recognize. Being able to reflect together on the relationship between the body and digital literature allows us to visualize them, from a wide panorama of references, in order to produce much more collaborative and enriching projects.

Presented by :

  • Rolando Rodriguez

    Bio He holds a doctorate in Art and Design, a master’s degree in Contemporary Art and a second one in Education. His work focuses on the exploration of three elements: image, text and sound. He has research and production projects that use analog and digital technologies as tools to explore expanded possibilities through text.

  • Jessica A. Rodríguez

    Bio Multimedia artist, designer and researcher. She is currently studying a doctorate program in Communications, New Media, & Cultural Studies at McMaster. Her practice and research projects focus on audiovisual practices such as visual music, electronic literature, video experimentation, sound art, visualization/sonification, live coding, among others, collaborating with composers, writers, designers, and other visual artists.……

Anthology of Digital Literature in the Americas

Friday, April 29, 2022

Session 1 – Presentation of the Centro de Cultura Digital (CCD) of Mexico City.

Introduction to the e-literature platform and presentation of some of the most relevant works. Creators are invited to exhibit their works on our platform and networks.

Presented by :

  • Ximena Atristain López

    Bio Ximena Atristain López (1978) is an editor and translator who graduated from the College of English Literature at UNAM. Since 2014, she has been working as an editor at the Centro de Cultura Digital de Mexico, and is currently in charge of the editorial coordination of the Center’s editorial collections as well as Revista……

Session 2Laboratoire NT2

Overview of the main figures of digital literary art in Quebec and, more specifically, in Canada and North America. As a representative of Laboratoire NT2, she will also talk about research and creation initiatives in the field.

Presented by :

  • Alexandra L Martin

    Bio Alexandra L Martin (she/her) is a digital literary arts PhD and researcher living and working in the unceded territory of Tiohtià:ke. Since 2019, she has been working at the NT2 laboratory at the University of Quebec in Montreal, where she also collaborates as a curator, notably on the exhibition “S’éclipser | Phases of Resilience”……