[-empyre-] Introducing John Cayley and Penny Florence

Penny Florence penny.florence at gmail.com
Tue Oct 12 17:18:36 EST 2010

Thanks, Renate, Just to say I'm here and have been watching/reading with
interest. We fall victim to time zones - it's 11.15 PM here in LA, so I
can't say much now. But I will be up early - so watch this space about 7
hours hence.

On 11 October 2010 19:54, Renate Ferro <rtf9 at cornell.edu> wrote:

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> At this time I would like to introduce John Cayley and Penny Florence to
> our empyre members.  Both John and Penny will be describing their own work
> and what they will be doing at the Making Sense event. I am hoping that Fred
> and Janice will also join the conversation that Lorna has initiated during
> the first few posts.
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> John Cayley is Visiting Professor of Literary Arts at Brown University,
> leading the programme Writing in Digital Media. He has practiced as a
> poet, translator, publisher, and bookdealer, and all these activities have
> often intersected with his training in Chinese culture and language.  His
> poetry is internationally recognised, twice winning the Electronic
> Literature Organization's Award for Poetry (in 2001 and 2010). He has held a
> number of research positions at universities  in the UK and the US.
> Penny Florence is Chair of Humanities and Design Sciences at Art Center
> College of Design, Pasadena. Until recently, she was Professor of Fine Art
> History and Theory, Head of Research Programmes at The Slade School of Fine
> Art, University College London, where she is now Professor Emerita. She has
> published a number of books and articles on issues related to this
> conference and presentation, including the prefiguring of the digital in
> Mallarmé's "Un coup de dés ...". She has worked as an artist and filmmaker
> and is an interdisciplinary scholar and experimentalist, deploying practice
> and practice-related metholodogies to explore visuality in and through
> language.
> SA.
> Renate
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