Margento's "computationally assembled" anthology (Raluca Tanasescu, Chris Tanasescu, Marius Surleac, Vaibhav Kesarwani, Diana Inkpen) has a bilingual title with different appearances: once "US" Poets Foreign Poets, then "New Poets". The first time is "foreign", the second time novelty. It is clear that the volume appearing at FrActalia Press in 2018 is a step further on the development of digital literature. As the anthologist in the Foreword says, "I was enraging and emitting", that is, a workshop-studio atmosphere, specific to Margento, always changing, convoluted. Creations are made from divagation and branching. The poem-graph expands "like Deleuzian fugue-lines". Deleuzian creation machines substitute computational algorithms and classifiers. Digital human sciences involve mathematics, computer science and the media. Interdisciplinarity is already flowing into transdisciplinarity.
|Enheter & grupper
|Status||Published - 2018 dec 23|
|Peer review utförd||Ja|