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    Optical Sound

    A transversal label What is the scope of action for a label in the current context where music, is dematerialised but still reified, constantly losing its commercial and aesthetic value in the “mesh of the web...

    Exploring (De-)Coherency

    the dream life of digital letters This will kill that. Such were the words used by a distraught priest in Victor Hugo’s Notre-Dame de Paris to express his anxiety over the fact that books would one day repla...

    Writing For Smartphones

    about Fréquences - project for iPhone As soon as I acquired a smartphone, I searched for everything it offered under the term "book". The applications which resulted from this search were just as numerous a...

    The Age Of Possibilities

    short history of radiophonic times Speed, hypnosis and suspense, inventory and encyclopedic classification, politics, are all utopic objects that can be reinvented through radio by words and sounds. A short ...
    Bartolomé Ferrando, Texto poético, 9 – Obra poética, 1999.

    Writing Machines

    literature in all its media If machines awaken in the imagination an "uncanny strangeness" (Unheimlichkeit (1)), they also constitute a material environment that interferes with the arts. To what extent does...

    SMS, QRcode…

    where does literature come in? According to grammar sticklers and purists, text messages and tweets pose a real threat to our language. As to suggesting that they might actually have some literary value, we k...
    The Hansen Writing Ball,1865

    Friedrich Kittler

    is there anyone in the machine? The theorist Friedrich Kittler, who died last October, is still relatively unknown in France. His originality was to create a dialogue between the ideas of Foucault and Lacan a...
    Illusion.com, 2009.

    Theater

    between evolution and sanctification Can text be saved by the book? As writing and reading practices evolve within the digital environment, French theater defends itself above all logic of the printed text…...
    Identifiant : Lucille Calmel, avec Philippe Boisnard (kinect hacking, programmation), Cyril Thomas (sélections textuelles), Thierry Coduys (conseil en interactivité, mastering sonore), Open festival des scènes virtuelles, Paris-Villette, juin 2011.

    Writing Bugs

    Bernard Stiegler, through his critical approach to Western intentionality in Réenchanter le monde, perfectly demonstrates that behind the turning point of democratized technology also lies a turning point in hu...
    Bumby, LifePl, 2005.

    Code And Scripting Languages

    unreadable literature? While language is central to computer arts (from programming languages to artificial intelligence, character recognition and text generators), the possibility of a literary or poetic ...