Repurposing in Electronic Literature
Curators-Zuzana Husárová and María Mencía, Repurposing in Electronic Literature Exhibition, DIG Gallery, Košice, Slovakia, Nov 2013
Repurposing as a concept in digital literature.
Repurposing as a digital concept in literature.
Repurposing as a means of stressing the creative potential.
Repurposing as a potential in stressing the creative means.
Repurposing as literary reformating.
Repurposing as a reform of letters.
Repurposing as literary recycling.
Repurposing as a cycle of letters.
Repurposing as literary remaking.
Repurposing as making the later.
Repurposing as reassambling the existing code.
Repurposing as coding the existing reassamblage.
Repurposing as using the found digital material.
Repurposing as digitally finding the used material.
Repurposing as a way of literary expression in the post-digital culture.
Repurposing as an expression of literary ways in the post-digital culture.
Repurposing as a post-digital culture in the literary expressway.
Repurposing as changing the previous.
Repurposing by changing the previous.
Repurposing, rewiring, rethinking, remaking, retelling, reusing,
reforming, retalking, relistening, reanimating, reviewing,
rewriting, reformating, recoding, recording, recreating!
repurpose, you rewire, she rethinks, he remakes, we retell,
you reuse, they reform, I retalk she relistens, he reanimates,
we review, you reform, they recode, I record, we recreate.
ARTISTS: John Cayley, Christine Wilks, Mark Amerika, María Mencía, Jason Nelson, Serge Bouchardon, Rui Torres, Jörg Piringer,
R3/\/\1X\/\/0RX, Nick Montfort with Stephanie Strickland, Mez Breeze with Andy Campbell, Amaranth Borsuk with Brad Bouse, Mariusz Pisarski with Marcin Bylak, Lubomír Panák with Zuzana Husárová.
Art Director: Richard Kitta & DIG
Curators: María Mencía, Zuzana Husárová