the data][h!][bleeding texts"

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Description

This multimedia poem gives a voice to a body and mind imagined through computational conditions. Mary Anne Breeze / Mez / Netwurker has developed a language practice known as mezangelle, which she uses in this poem to create a cyborg lyric voice. The implied metaphor in the title is that data has a body and it is bleeding, perhaps it has been wounded. Mapped onto electronic texts, the displayed texts are the skin, while the code is the rest of the body, including the blood. What we read is a combination of computer and natural languages, both of which are executable.
Excerpt from Leonardo Flores' description in I love E-Poetry

Creator

Breeze, Mez

Rights

Copyright Mez Breeze. The copyright of images posted on the ADELTA Website belongs to third parties and is included on this website by permission from copyright holders. Apart from any use permitted by the Copyright Act 1968 (including fair dealing) the images may not be downloaded, adapted, remixed, printed, emailed, stored in a cache or otherwise reproduced without the written permission from the copyright holder.

Genre

Interactive digital poetry

Platform

Web application

Citation

Breeze, Mez, “the data][h!][bleeding texts",” ADELTA, accessed March 3, 2024, http://sstars.ws/items/show/21.