Below is a review of the Send & Receive: Poetry, Film & Technology in the 21st Century symposium, written by PhD student Ashwaq Basnawifor for The University of Liverpool’s Centre for New and International Writing website*.
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Below is a review of the Send & Receive: Poetry, Film & Technology in the 21st Century symposium written by Jay Bernard for the arts criticism journal, The Double Negative.
Film meets poetry meets technology: as FACT’s Type Motion exhibition draws to a close, Jay Bernard assesses the changing perception of poetry in an ever increasing digital age…
“Send & Receive: Poetry, Film & Technology” symposium at FACT: transcript of presentation by Zata Banks
Click on the image to download the full transcript of the presentation given at the “Send & Receive: Poetry, Film & Technology in the 21st Century” symposium at FACT Liverpool on Thursday 5 February 2015. (20 pages)
The content of this presentation is taken from Zata Banks’ ongoing poetry and film research. This presentation was written to provoke discussions about aspects of poetry, film and technology at the Send & Receive: Poetry, Film & Technology in the 21st Century symposium at FACT on 5 February 2015. Thanks to Roger McKinley for the invitation, and to the team at FACT.
© Zata Banks 2015
Send & Receive: Poetry, Film & Technology in the 21st Century (symposium at FACT Liverpool, part of the Type Motion exhibition)
FACT, in association with the University of Liverpool, PoetryFilm and The Poetry Society, is pleased to invite you to imagine the future of poetry at our symposium Send & Receive: Poetry, Film & Technology in the 21st Century. With presentations from artists, scientists and thought leaders, the day examines innovative platforms involved in contemporary poetic practices.
Part of the Type Motion exhibition still running in FACT.
The symposium will include three distinct discussion areas, with audiences invited to join facilitated discussions after each segment. Confirmed speakers include George Szirtes (poet and translator), Deryn Rees Jones (poet and director of Centre for New and International Writing), Zata Kitowski (Director of PoetryFilm), Marco Bertamini and Georg Meyer (Visual Perception Labs UoL), Suzie Hanna (Animator and Professor of Animation Education) and Jason Nelson (hypermedia poet and artist, Australia).