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Memories of Interaktivalij and interactive online poetry

november 2017 |

Permanent intermedia instalation at Vodnikova domačija. Interaktivalij, a character from the work of Interaktivalija leaves the virtual space as a puppet and tells site-specific story about the early Internet, the interactive online poetry and Valentin Vodnik at the selected points at Vodnikova domačija in Ljubljana.

Clock

15 November - 1 December 2006 |

Physical computing.

Hands od the clock stend still if the sorounding environment is quitet. When the sound appears the hands move quicker the louder the environmental sound is.

Technique: a microphone detects sounds in the clock environment and sends data to the software (a pach in Pure Data). Software - throue the MIDI interface - controls the electromotor that moves the hands of the clock. I also used some screws and pice of a adhesive tape. Project was made in the frame of the workshop and exhibition Reality Log/Environmental Scan, led by Stefan Doepner/F18 Institute.

Works made with

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Archive of messages

Selected net art/e-literature works

And your hair is in a mess
(2008, computational online poem)

Retypescape
(2003, interactive language based on-line intervention)

Poem for Echelon
(2001, generative visual poem)

Typescape.2
(2001, interactive visual poetry)

Interaktivalija / Interactivalia
(1997, interactive poetry)

Selected Firefox add-ons

Poem for 莫海伦
(2007/2008, computational on-line visual poem)

Razorganizator · Disorganiser
(2007, visual intervention)

Črke · Letters · 字母 2.0
(2007, on-line visual poem)

Books

All books are available in Slovene only.

Opazovanje v tišini [Seeing in Silence]
(2015, anthology of poetry)

Napis nad mestom [Inscription Over the City]
(2004/2005, sampled poetry)

ŠUSS 1998—2000
(2001, linguistics, several authors)

54.000 besed [54.000 words]
(1994, poetry and short stories)