p0es1s. Digitale Poesie

This digital poetry exhibition presents and reflects on the use of languages in computers and digital networks: hybrid texts at the interfaces of script, image and sound, together with their programming and coding. Digital poetry is a creative, experimental, playful and critical language art that uses interaction, multimedia, animation, programming and network communication. It is also a type of poetry whose very existence requires the participation of those attending the exhibition.
The curator for the exhibition is Friedrich W. Block, in cooperation with Benjamin Meyer-Krahmer. The chezweitz scenography team developed a distinct visual and spatial identity for p0es1s. Digitale Poesie.
Many of the artists will attend the opening on Thursday, 12 February, at 7:00 pm in the special exhibition hall at the Kulturforum Potsdamer Platz, Berlin.

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