Many of the presentations and performances of DAC '99 were audio- or videotaped for later "webcast" over the Internet. These recordings may be accessed from "audio/video" links in the online conference program, or from the list below.

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(N.B.: If a presentation is listed below, but is not currently linked to audio or video, it has yet to be encoded for streaming. New links are added to this page daily; we anticipate that all of the presentations will be encoded before the end of December, 1999.)

   
   
 

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Opening Remarks
Alan Rauch, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
Sue Rosser, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)

 

Closing Remarks
Espen Aarseth, University of Bergen (Norway)
Jay David Bolter, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
Terry Harpold, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
Jan Rune Holmevik, University of Bergen (Norway)
   

 

Espen Aarseth, University of Bergen (Norway)
"The Future(s) of Narrative"
 
Robert Arellano, Brown University (USA)
"Sunshine '69"
 
Sandra Argroves & Clay Morton, University of Georgia (USA)
"Hypertext Heavy: The Female and/and/and Male Voice"
 
Phillip Baldwin, State University of New York, Stony Brook (USA)
"Scenography of Doom: Modernist Dystopia in Theater, Cinema, and New Media"
 
Joshua Berman & Amy S. Bruckman, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
"The Turing Game: An Exploration of Cultural Identity in Online Environments"
 
Jay David Bolter, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
"The Future(s) of Narrative"
 
Sara Brinch, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)
"Web Cam Documentaries as Cybertexts"
 
John Cayley (UK)
"Literary Programming (In the Age of Digital Transliteration)"
"noth'rs"
 
Jessica Chalmers, University of Notre Dame (USA)
"From Participation to Interactivity: The Audience in Contemporary Theater and Internet Performance"
 
Robert Coover & Robert Arellano, Brown University (USA)
"Literary Hypertext: The Passing of the Golden Age"
 
Roderick Luis Coover, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (USA)
"Visualizing Cultures in the Age of Digital Media"
 
Johanna Drucker, University of Virginia (USA)
"Form and/as Information"
 
Elliott Peter Earls (USA)
"Eye Sling Shot Lions"
 
Markku Eskelinen, Provosoft (Finland)
"Cybertext Narratology"
 
Mary Flanagan, State University of New York, Buffalo (USA)
"v i r a l p o e t i c s"
 
Regina Frank (Germany)
"The Artist is Present"
 
Gonzalo Frasca, Jacaranda Multimedia (Uruguay)
"Ergodic Characters"
 
Yury Gitman & Michele Shauf, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
"Polylogue: A Video Assemblage"

with contributions by...

Mark Amerika & Nile Southern (USA)
"Grammatron 2.0 (excerpt)"
Florida Research Ensemble, University of Florida (USA)
"Miami/Miautre: A Choragraphy of the Miami River, Florida"
Diane Gromala, University of Washington (USA)
"Dancing with the Virtual Dervish;" "Eating Eye"
Jon Ippolito, Guggenheim Museum (USA)
"Remarks on Variable Media"
Lev Manovich, University of California, San Diego (USA)
"Database as a Cultural Form"
 
Loss Pequeño Glazier, Electronic Poetry Center, State University of New York, Buffalo (USA)
"The (Im)Material Lightness of E-PoeText: A Topology of Innovative Practice in Electronic Poetries"
"White-faced Bromeliads on 20 Hectares"
 
Carolyn Guertin, University of Alberta (Canada)
"Three-Dimensional Dementia: Hypertext Fiction and the Aesthetics of Forgetting"
 
N. Katherine Hayles, University of California, Los Angeles (USA)
"Print Is Flat, Code Is Deep: Rethinking Signification in New Media"
 
Kurt Heintz, e-poets (USA)
"New Media on a Poet's Budget: A Practicum"
 
Janet Holmes, Boise State University (USA)
"The trAce Experience: 'The Ballad of Sand and Harry Soot'"
 
Jan Rune Holmevik, University of Bergen (Norway) & Cynthia Haynes, University of Texas, Dallas (USA)
"XpoMOO: Ambient Thresholds, Random Art"
 
Katrien Jacobs, Emerson College (USA)
"Porn Encounters in Small and Other Spaces"
 
Aki Järvinen, University of Tampere (Finland)
"Questions of Game Archeologies"
 
Michael Joyce, Vassar College (USA)
"Present, tense, ordinary, fiction comma dot calm"
 
Maja Kuzmanovic, Center for Mathematics & Computer Science (The Netherlands)
"Immersive Storytelling: Hypermedia and VR"
 
Blake Leland, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
"ARS PSYCHOTICA: Visionary Im/possibilities in the Age of Digital Production"
 
Jane Love, University of Florida (USA) & Victor J. Vitanza, University of Texas, Arlington (USA)
"ultra/sounding ambience: WOOmb hysteria"
 
Marjorie C. Luesebrink, Irvine Valley College (USA)
"The trAce Experience: Collaborative Aspects of Fibonacci's Daughter"
 
Adrian Miles, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (Australia)
"Intervals and Links: The Indeterminancy of a Link's Possible Future"
 
Janet Murray, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
"The Future(s) of Narrative"
 
Alok Nandi, Commediastra-Casterman (Belgium)
"Graphistoires & Ambiences"
 
Performance Technology Research Laboratory (PTRL), Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
"The Bacchae"
"Faust"
 
Phobia Nova (USA)
"Spiritual Industrial Music"
 
Claudio Pinhanez, MIT Media Lab (USA)
"'It/I,' 'It,' and I: Translating a Computer Theater Play into an Interactive Art Installation"
 
Andrea Polli, Columbia College (USA)
"Active Vision Musical Instrument Interfaces Using Eye Tracking"
 
Nancy Reilly-McVittie, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK)
"'Let's Go Then.' (They Do Not Move) - The Waiting Mutates..."
 
Scott Rettberg, Dirk Stratton, & William Gillespie (USA)
"The Unknown"
 
Francisco J. Ricardo, Harvard University (USA)
"Toward a Critical Study of Interactive Culture"
 
Christy Sheffield Sanford, trAce (USA)
"The trAce Experience: Virtual Writer-in-Residence - Creating a New Profession"
 
Phoebe Sengers, German National Research Center for Information Technology (GMD) (Germany)
"The Influencing Machine: Semi-Autonomous Avatars and Affective Rendering"
 
Deanna Sirlin (USA)
"Retracings"
 
Andrew Stern, PF.Magic/Mindscape (USA)
"Virtual Babyz"
 
Sue Thomas, Nottingham Trent University (UK)
"The trAce Experience: Connecting Writers in Real and Virtual Space"
 
Noah Wardrip-Fruin, New York University (USA)
"Hypermedia, Eternal Life, and The Impermanence Agent"
 
Anthony Zias, West Virginia University (USA)
"The Computer Puzzle Game is Real! Examining the Structure of Popular Computer Puzzle Games Through Psychoanalytic Theory"