RadLab: Electronic Literature and Its Failures

Date
Apr 21, 2021, 8:00 pm9:00 pm
Speaker
Event Description

Electronic Literature and Its Failures - Cynthia Vu
With the release of the World Wide Web in the 1990s, electronic literature experienced its golden age, and some literary critics predicted the death of print literature. Instead, electronic literature quickly became obsolete. Focusing on the text of Patchwork Girl, which was distributed three different times in three different media (floppy disk, CD-ROM, and flash drive), Cynthia Vu will examine the ways in which electronic literature succeeds and fails.
 



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About RadLab
RadLab is StudioLab's low-key presentation series for sharing totally rad projects, ideas, and experiences. We livestream short talks every Wednesday at 8:00 PM on our YouTube channel. By the end of Spring 2021, we'll have hosted over 30 RadLabs, covering topics like arcade controllers, synthesizers, anime music videos, robotics, and Dadaism. You can find out more about RadLab by heading over to our webpage.

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