Tag: sound

The Secret About “Public Secrets”

I was looking for a good e-literature work that I haven’t done a blog about before, so I went onto the e-lit (ELO) collection volume 2 and chose a random work. I thought “ooh, this one is about secrets, so it should be interesting!” Turns out, it really was.  Public Secrets is an E-lit work created by Sharon Daniel and…

Jörg Piringer’s Soundpoems

After browsing Vol. 2 of the Electronic Literature Collection for a bit, I stumbled across these nifty things:   They are Jörg Piringer’s Soundpoems, titled “gravity and reflection,” “predator vs. prey,” and “food chain.” Unlike most poetry, there’s not much to actually read. Also, what is there to read (letters) are moving around on the screen. Also, they make noises,…