Revisiting #Essays on #VR

As many of you know, I wrote a series of critical essays on #e-lit with creator interviews for Huffington Post in an attempt to bring electronic literature to a more mainstream audience. Many of these were later referenced in university syllabi and books including:

Steve Tomasula: The Art and Science of New Media #Fiction

Ecogothic in Nineteenth-Century American Literature (referencing my review of Tim Morton’s Hyperobjects

The Routledge Companion to #Remix Studies     referencing my interview with Lev Manovich and review of his Software Takes Command

I then started a series on VR but got too busy to continue, nevertheless, they are worthwhile and, I hope, thought-provoking. I am revisiting them now for teaching my class at IFP.

Jessica Kantor’s Ashes: Gesture as Narrative in VR

Jess Johson’s Ixian Gate Jess Johnson and the New Language of VR

and Rachel Rossin Artist Profile: Rachel Rossin, Virtual Reality Fellow at The New Museum’s NEW INC

 

 

 

1 thought on “Revisiting #Essays on #VR

  1. Thank you very much for your kind words I just landed in Beijing and really look forward to discuss with you on join project Your approach of vr is exactly the same that I have Sylvain

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