The exhibition No Legacy || Literatura Electrónica (NL||LE) presents a collection of works of digital literature in Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, and English alongside print works of the 20th-century avant-garde. It gathers an unprecedented team of collaborators from across the UC Berkeley campus (the University Library, the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, the Institute of European Studies, and the Berkeley Center for New Media) as well as national and international partners to showcase the impact of technology on literary production in the 21st-century networked world.
- What: No Legacy || Literatura Electrónica Exhibit
- When: March 11 – September 2, 2016
- Where: Doe Library, Bernice Layne Brown Gallery
Please also join us for the exhibit’s opening reception on March 11 at 5:30pm in the Morrison Library (101 Doe), featuring readings by digital poet Amaranth Borsuk and digital writer Doménico Chiappe.
There will also be two roundtable discussions in the Berkeley Institute for Data Science (190 Doe), from 10am-12:30pm on March 11 featuring talks from Dene Grigar, Roberto Cruz Arzabal, Leonardo Flores, Sandy Baldwin, and exhibit curators Élika Ortega and Alex Saum.