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Mixing Realities Digital Performance Festival, 24-26 May 2013

First Screening of Video Remakings (May 2013, in Karlskrona, Sweden)
Print Version of Text and Image Remakings (December 2013)

Re-Making Moby Dick: Women and Other Whitenesses

Call for Submissions: ends June 2017
Print and Digital Remakings: Available in Fall 2017

Lissa Holloway-Attaway

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Lissa Holloway-Attaway (PhD) is an Associate Professor in Media Arts, Aesthetics, and Narration and the Director of the Computer Games Development Graphics Program in the Department of Informatics at the University of Skövde in Skövde, Sweden. She is a digital media researcher and practitioner with a background in traditional humanities, including 19th C American Literature and Theatre Performance, as well as more technical and interdisciplinary applications. She teaches a range of digital media courses, and her primary research is focused on social and emergent media, embodied performance, innovative media modes for storytelling, and digital cultural heritage. She was a primary research partner in Art Line (the project where Remaking Moby-Dick was first conceived), a 3 1/2 year EU-funded grant (2011–2014) where she explored strategies to promote innovation in digital art practice throughout the Southern Baltic region. Her creative and critical work has been published and exhibited in a variety of International venues.

Trish Harris

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Trish Harris is an independent curator, writer, and artist specializing in nineteenth century American work across genres. She has organized and curated several exhibitions focused on the intersections between literature and visual art.  She edits the literary journal Pea River Journal.  Her poems, stories, and micromemoirs appear in McSweeney’s, Cortland Review, Sundog Lit, and Brevity, and her essays in Computers and Composition.

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