Author: tmemmott

Web Supplement

Posted by in Blog, on October 16, 2015

The web supplement that accompanied my dissertation is available online HERE. The supplement includes: links to online references referenced in the dissertation links to online creative works referenced in the dissertation supplemental creative work examples including some otherwise unpublished combinatoric work  

The Exquisite Corpus: Issues in Electronic Literature

exquisite_corpus_1 Posted by in Video Work, on October 10, 2015

ONLINE AT: The Exquisite Corpus: Issues in Electronic Literature is a full length video-essay on issues that circulate around the discipline of electronic literature. Questions addressed in the video-essay include national literatures, the post-human, the future of electronic literature, data-cultures, and if electronic literature can exist at all. The video-essay includes interviews with 17 scholars and […]

Nonce.Executor (disposable language)

nonce-2 Posted by in Video Work, on October 10, 2015

Atop an original, haunting string score, ambient sound, and barely audible whispers; layered, heavily processed and glitched video the corrupted data of faulty ekphrasis, of homophones, puns, and alternative definitions play. “People” becomes “peephole”, “I see you” becomes “eye sea ewe”, and to “eschew” is defined as “circumvention by way of abstinence.” Nonce.Executor is a […]


ingenX Posted by in Video Work, on October 10, 2015

Ingenstans (meaning “nowhere” in Swedish) is a video project about living between languages, trading American city life for village life in Sweden, or somewhere, nowhere. As a whole, the film could be taken as a sort of ethnographic film, combining elements of documentary film with narrative film, spurious accounts of cultural icons, and reenactments of […]

Nameless Films

namelessPic Posted by in Video Work, on October 10, 2015

Collaboration with Sandy Florian 2007 – 2008 Nameless Films produced four short, experimental narrative films in Paris, France. The method of production was “Godardian” by default, dealing with improvisation and happenstance. The narratives are compressed and emphasize the embedded poetics of the moment. The videos were produced with a loose framework — a rough idea, […]

Digital Culture Lecture Tour

DCT01 Posted by in Media Work, on October 10, 2015

ONLINE AT: Digital Culture Lecture Tour is a network performance enacted through images posted on Twitter. The performance took place April through July 2014. Taking its primary cue from the Netprov work of Rob Wittig and Mark Marino, the work follows “Dr. T Memmott”, an avatar for myself on a fictional lecture tour with […]