- June 20 2019 8:15 pm (UTC+01:00)
- Lancaster University
Lai-Tze Fan is Assistant Professor in English at U Waterloo and a Core Researcher of the Critical Media Lab. She is an Associate Editor of electronic book review. Fan’s research covers digital narratives and media materiality, and she also builds art installations out of digital trash (e-waste).
Andréa Catrópa is a postdoctoral researcher and a Literature professor in Brazil. As a writer, she published poetry, short stories and a novel. Her multimedia works include audiofictions and a radio program about contemporary literature. As an artist, she is currently conducting her first experiments in digital poetry.
Søren Bro Pold (Aarhus University) main research field is interface criticism which discusses the role and the development of the interface for art, literature, aesthetics, culture and IT. He has published on e.g. electronic literature, net art, software art, creative software, urban and mobile interfaces, activism, surveillance culture and digital culture. Together with Christian Ulrik Andersen he published "Interface Criticism" (Aarhus University Press, 2011) and “The Metainterface – The Art of Platforms, Cities and Clouds” (MIT-Press, 2018). http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Erika Fülöp is Lecturer in French Studies at Lancaster University. She has worked on Proust and philosophy, twisted narratives, and is currently most interested in digital culture and literature. She loves languages but tends to mess them all up and is generally lost in translation.