Jerome Fletcher


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Decadence and the Senses

Great excitement has greeted the announcement that Medlar Lucan and Durian Gray will be making a guest appearance at the Decadence and the Senses conference on April 10th at Goldsmith’s College University of London. This is quite a coup for the organisers of the conference – to persuade the publicity-shy Lucan and Gray to quit […]

Teaching in Madrid

Three weeks in Madrid teaching an Erasmus intensive at the University of Madrid Complutense. The topic is European digital literature. Here is a link to the programme from last year. http://digitalliterature.eu/ This is the third year of three which constituted a pilot scheme for a full Erasmus MA. All being well this will come on […]

Stanza – Fringe Arts Bath

This is a group project which Fay Stevens and myself are organising as part of the Bath Arts Fringe http://www.fringeartsbath.co.uk/still-points-moving-world/ The aim is to explore text projection as still and moving image. It will consist of a weekend of open workshops using data projection and a magic lantern to produce a series of dynamic text pieces which […]

Moving Words

Moving Words is an exhibit hosted at Illuminations Gallery, digital-visual exhibition space of the School of English, Media and Theatre Studies at the National University of Ireland in Maynooth, Ireland. The exhibit, curated by Dene Grigar, explores 30 years of net-based kinetic poetry and prose, presenting various artistic approaches and methods of expression, from cinematic […]

Doe Den Tap Toe

First performance of a piece for digitally-treated drum kit, showcased at the Facscinate Conference in Falmouth last year. The performer was Adam Loveday Edwards, programmer Thanos Polymeneas Liontiris and concept/texts by myself. The texts were based on three sources; 1) the Dutch phrase ‘doe den tap toe’ which means ‘turn off the taps’ and is […]

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