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    Wed, 06/18/2014
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    The i-Trace collective (http://i-trace.fr/) is composed of three French creators: Serge Bouchardon, researcher and author, Vincent Volckaert, engineer and author and Hervé Zénouda, researcher and musician. Luc Dall’Armellina, author, designer and researcher joined them in 2013 for the Separation project. The collective's creations are presented in Europe and America, and published in online magazines. Their creation Loss of Grasp (http://lossofgrasp.com) recently won the New Media writing Prize 2011.

    (Source: Official Site)

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    ALIS was created in 1982, in Paris, by Pierre Fourny (http://www.alis-fr.com/). Since 1990, the company lives and works in Fère-en-Tardenois, a small town in northern France. Plays, as well as exhibitions, events and films, trace a surprising body of work in which the word is seized within the image of what it enunciates, and the image is interpreted absolutely literally. ALIS’ inventions — a theater of forms, a visual theater — gently disturb comfortable standards of perception to reveal paths which lead reality towards us and make it make sense.

    (Source ELO Conference 2014)

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    Lans Pacifico was born and raised in Michigan and Canada, and currently resides in Portland, Oregon. She is a professional hairstylist and freelance writer/editor. Lans has written for the SyFy Channel’s IdeaLab, a blog for the television show Eureka, and is currently writing dialog and narrative design for video games.

    (Source: Gallery of E-Literature: First Encounters)

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    Marion Schwehr studied literature, philosophy and economics in Munich, Moscow and Prague. Today she lives in Munich and works on the development of innovative literary projects. In her series “unwritten” she develops literary texts from text material, like tweets and quotations, without adding any text written by herself. Her “writing” exists of the conception of a writing process and in the selection and arrangement of the arisen material. She acts literally as “Schrift-Steller” as the German word says. (Source: ELO conference)

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    2014
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    2014
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    2013
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