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On Monday, November 20, 2021 at 12 p.m. in the Digital Scholarship Lab at the Rockefeller Library, Scott Rettberg gave the talk, “Combinatory Poetics in Electronic Literature and Cinema.”
Scott Rettberg is Professor of Digital Culture in the Department of Linguistic, Literary, and Aesthetic Studies at the University of Bergen, Norway. He holds a Ph.D. in English and is the author or co-author of novel-length works of electronic literature including The Unknown, Kind of Blue, Implementation, Toxi*City, Hearts and The Interrogations Project·—winner of the 2021 Robert Coover award for a work of electronic literature—and others.
Aleatory and combinatory poetic methods have been an ongoing concern of the avant-garde stretching back to the early 20th century, and have crystallized as one of the main threads of practice in electronic literature. Scott Rettberg discusses how an interest in combinatory poetics reflected first in projects such as the poetry generators “Frequency,” “Tokyo Garage,” and “After Parthenope” emerged in collaborations with Roderick Coover and Nick Montfort in the combinatory film “Three Rails Live” and subsequently with Coover the feature-length combinatory film “Toxi*City” and the new work-in-progress (recently filmed in Ireland) “Circe.”