Welcome to ELOrlando 2020: Virtual Edition! The full program, which includes a limited interactive live track; plenaries; full asynchronous conference with talks and panels; performances; and a virtual exhibition, is now available. Register now to join in on limited workshops, access the conference Discord, and receive the daily live call invites. The exhibition, pre-recorded talks, and proceedings will all be available open access.
The Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) is pleased to announce its 2020 Conference and Media Arts Festival, hosted by the University of Central Florida. Given the current time of global public health crisis, and the travel restrictions in place around the world, we have shifted our conference format to a fully virtual combination of synchronous and asynchronous: for more on this decision, see the letter from the chair.
The main conference and exhibition will be held July 16-18, 2020, online. Some events are co-sponsored by ACM Hypertext 2020 and will occur July 13-15.
The theme for ELO 2020 is “(un)continuity”: participants are invited to explore fluidity and nonbinary concepts, including, representation/presentation; categorization; spectra of light, sound, and ultra/infra visible; social organization; unity; and discord.
Anastasia Salter, Conference Chair, University of Central Florida
Mel Stanfill, Conference Co-Chair, University of Central Florida
- Conference is live now!