The text (*script) from my presentation at the Electronic Literature Organization Conference 2018. It’s not quite a paper, which is why I call it a script. But, it does reflect my ongoing research into meme cultures. DANK MEMES AND TACTICAL MEDIA GOLDEN AGE The golden age of memes is over. Long gone are the halcyon […]
The Rhizomes issue that I co-edited with Davin Heckman is now available online. http://rhizomes.net/issue32/index.html The issue was developed through an UnderAcademy College seminar and includes contributions from myself and Davin Heckman, Claire Donato, Sergio Figueiredo, Jeremy Hight, Jeff T. Johnson, Kelly Lydick, Mark Marino, Craig Saper, Orchid Tierney, and Erik Zepka. As Davin says in the introduction […]
In New River Journal Spring 2016 Dérivepedia is a combinatory and recylopedic text generator that recombines sentence fragments from 400 Wikipedia entries to generate specious entries for subjects ranging from Tadpoles And The History Of Weather Satellites to Pliny The Elder: Constructing Ambiguous Witch Trials; from Jimi Hendrix And The Psychology Of Cowpox to Ada […]
A lot of my work is generative — poetry generators, text compilers of sorts, works that remix the visual and/or the auditory… My work gets a nice little shout out from Nick Montfort toward the beginning of this short documentary on generative writing.
I’ve been working on some label designs for beer bottles lately. Here are a number of sample labels.
Over the past few years or so I have been constructing poems based on Google searches. I really enjoy the method, and thus far have constructed nearly 200 sonnets based on everything from “HENRIK IBSEN AT BURNING MAN” and “IMPASSIVELY POSTED EMOTICONS” to “ŽIŽEK ATE ALL THE PEANUTS” and “RUBBER BOOTS MAKE FANTASTIC HOMES FOR UNICORNS. […]
For the past number of years I have been creating location-based abstract images that I call “redacted images.” The process for creating these images involves reducing the color spectrum, and isolating tones — hence the name “redacted images.” The images are intended for large format digital prints… but, you can see the lower-res versions here: […]
Ouliposcopes are like horoscopes. Using horoscopes as seed text, an ouliposcope goes through various processes to arrive at something different. Here are some examples: METHOD PROCESS 1: astrological appropriation Appropriate three horoscopes from a single day – a general horoscope, a love horoscope, and a career horoscope. In addition, take the general horoscope for the week. All […]
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