This exhibition could not have been possible without the assistance and support from:
María Mencía who created a work specially for our exhibition, including Bremen in a journey around the world: Gateway to the World: Data Visualisation Poetics.
João Rui (a Jigsaw), who gave shape to what I had in mind. Together with Bremen’s university press (Uni-Druckerei Bremen), whose team was represented by Mr. Helmut Brammer, we were able to design all the materials shared with participants in the conference and visitors of the exhibition.
Anke Winsmann , who was patient enough to collect the Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Bremen requested books, later displayed at the exhibition. Thank you for being there and making sure that I had everything I needed, from duck-tape, to screen-cleaning spray. Also, I would like to thank your wonderful team for providing all the assistance during the exhibition.
Ulrich Achenbach who saved some old computers from oblivion and brought them to life for three days of fame and stardom. They looked perfect and shiny new to me. Thank you for making sure they were working before, and during, the exhibition.
Kai Schwedes and the Lernräume department (Zentrum für Multimedia in der Lehre (ZMML)). Thank you for providing the exhibition room.
Consortium on Electronic Literature (CELL) and its members. Thank you for allowing us to display the entries published in their databases. In this exhibition, works were introduced by resourcing to entries published in the Digital Archive of Portuguese Experimental Literature Po.ex.net (Portugal), ELMCIP (Norway), Electronic Literature Lab (USA), Electronic Literature Directory, Nt2 (Canada), and I ♥ E-Poetry.
Pathfinders: Documenting The Experience of Early Digital Literature, Dene Grigar and Stuart Moulthrop. Thank you for letting us display a Traversal of Patchwork Girl by Shelley Jackson “Herself”.
Dene Grigar. Thank you for your presentation and for bringing invaluable materials from the Electronic Literature Lab, such as Patchwork Girl’s first edition.
Rui Torres, who gave an artist talk and presented an “hybrid” performance titled POETICUNCONVERSATIONS, as well as represented the Po.ex.net (Portugal).
Soren Pold, who gave an artist talk and was present at the exhibition to introduce Ink after Print to all the visitors.
Scott Rettberg, who presented his work, TOXI•CITY (2013-2015), and the work done by ELMCIP.
Álvaro Seiça, who presented the project and performance AIMISOLA.NET/HYMIWO.PO: A POEMTRACK FOR A YET-TO-BE-WRITTEN DANCE PIECE and gave voice to immigrant women in Spain.
Tobias Peters, who represented the Stadtbibliothek Bremen during the evening of performances. Thank you for preparing such an amazing room and such an elegant and thoughtful reception.
Ian Watson who, in representation of Literaturhaus Bremen, introduced me to the Globale Literature Festival and the Stadtbibliothek Bremen. He was unable to attend the conference for a very good reason: he was travelling to promote his book, Spielfelder: eine Fußballmigration (Edition Falkenberg, 2016).
globale° – Festival für grenzüberschreitende Literatur and Prof. Elisabeth Arend. Thank you for including the Exhibition Shapeshifting Texts and the Evening of performances “Electronic Literature Authors Perform their Work” in your program.
the artists and researchers that allowed me to share their work with us:
Self Portrait(s) [as Other(s)] (2003), Talan Memmott
Along the Briny Beach (2012), J. R. Carpenter
Storyland (2004), Nanette Wylde
Façade (2005-2012), Michael Mateas and Andrew Stern
Cyberliterature (Theory of the Sitting Man) (2014), Pedro Barbosa
The Deletionist (2013), Amaranth Borsuk, Jesper Juul and Nick Montfort
Looppool (1998), Bas Böttcher
Stochastische Texte (2010), Johannes Auer
Reconstructing Mayakovsky (2008), Illya Szilak
Amor de Clarice (2005), Rui Torres
Entropic Texts (2015), Jason Nelson
Like Stars In A Clear Night Sky (2006), Sharif Ezzat
Deviant: The Possession of Christian Shaw (2004), Donna Leishman
TOC: a New Media Novel (2009) + Vas: An Opera in Flatland: a Novel (2004), Steve Tomasula
Ink after Print (2012), Søren Pold
200 Castles (2014), Caitlin Fisher
The Breathing Wall (2004), Kate Pullinger, Chris Joseph and Stefan Schemat
The Silent Numbers (2013), Matthew Kirkpatrick
The Sweet Old Etcetera (2006), Allison Clifford
Scriptpoemas (2008), Antero de Alda
Sound Poems (2002-2008) – Jörg Piringer
Concrete p. (2010), David Jhave Johnston
Tipoemas y Anipoemas (1997-2003), Ana Uribe (special thanks to I ♥ E-Poetry for allowing us to show Ana Uribe’s work)
Signagens (1985-1989), Ernesto Melo e Castro
Prosthesis (2011), Ian Hatcher
Tunnel to Another World (2014-2016), John Barber (thank you for being present).
Senghor on the Rocks (2008), Christoph Benda
Patchwork Girl (1995), Shelley Jackson (special thanks to Electronic Literature Lab for allowing us to show Shelley Jackson’s work)
First Draft of the Revolution (2012), Emily Short and Liza Daly
Connected Memories (2009), María Mencía
High Muck a Muck (2014) – Fred Wah, Nicola Harwood, Jin Zhang, Bessie Wapp, Thomas Loh, Tomoyo Ihaya, Hiromoto Ida, Phillip Djwa, and Patrice Leung
Fest (2012), Gabriel Helfenstein
Traversals – Patchwork Girl and Shelley Jackson. Thank you to Pathfinders for letting us display your important research and amazing project.
Daniela Côrtes Maduro