3dPOETRY: workshop and presentation
Location: Tuinkamer, Schouwburg
3dPoetryEditor is a computer program which makes it possible to write (or construct) poems which, from a virtual point of view, make use of three dimensions. The sentences making up the poem are not only arranged horizontally and vertically on the screen but can also be positioned in the depth of the virtual space which can be imagined behind the front of the screen. The sentences of the poem are arranged below, above and behind each other, some close by and some far away. The sentences can be linked back up, resulting in a three-dimensional structure which allows reading in several directions.
Numerous poets at home and abroad have already written poems in 3dPoetry Editor, including Adam Dickinson (Canada), Amy Catanzano (USA), Sampurna Chattarji (India), Maria Malinovskaya (Russia), Daniël Dee (Netherlands), Derek Beaulieu (Canada), Morten Søndergaard (Denmark), Mani Rao (India), Nils Christian Moe-Repstad (Norway), Laura Accerboni (Italy), Jan Baeke (Netherlands), Angela Rawlings (Iceland/Canada), Mamta Sagar (India), Jon Ståle Ritland (Norway). A selection of poems created using 3dPoetryEditor can be viewed on the video wall at the Schouwburg.
Those interested are offered the opportunity of working with the 3dPoetryEditor tool. Initiators and makers of the tool Michiel Koelink and Jon Ståle Ritland will supervise the workshop and explain how to use the tool.
For more information, click here.
3DPoetryEditor is sponsored by the Dutch Foundation for Literature /Digital literature.
This event is free. However due to the limited number of available places a registration is needed.
There are three workshops:
Friday June 2 from 10:00 to 12:00 hours
Friday June 2 from 13:00 to 15:00 hours
Saturday June 3 from 13:00 to 15:00 hours
Registration via firstname.lastname@example.org