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Participatory 3D Poetry

Participatory 3D Poetry

Drawing from the traditions of Machine Generated Poetry, this project mobilizes Processing, and the 3D Poetry Tool created by Michiel Koelink, David Jonas, Jon Ritland and Mike Hambleton to compose, navigate, and interact with poems in 3D, which can be read and distributed in a 3D space enabling multi-structured shapes to create different modalities and possibilities of experiences.

This literary project precipitates the realm of Electronic Literature into becoming an emerging art-form which is inspired by Nicolas Bourriaud's 'realtional aesthetics', and Pablo Helguera's 'socially engaged art', which I call Participatory Literature.


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