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Language & Encoding
A Symposium for Artists, Programmers, & Scholars

Nov. 8-9, 2002
State University of New York, Buffalo

Symposium Events

Friday, Nov. 8
6 PM-8 PM. Opening Reception.

8 PM-10 PM. Digital Poetry Reading. Featuring John Cayley, Loss Pequeño Glazier, Judd Morrissey, and Lori Talley. Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, The Tri-Main Center, 2495 Main Street, Suite 425, Buffalo.

Saturday, Nov. 9
9 AM-6 PM, Symposium Panels. Butler House, 672 Delaware Ave. (at North), in Buffalo's historic Delaware district.
9:00 AM. Coffee/Introductions

9:30 AM-11:00 AM. Panel 1.
Beige Records, "Reverse Engineering Super Mario Brothers"
Alex Galloway, "Conflicting Organizational Designs"
Jonathan Minton, "Word For Word: Encoding, Networking, and Intention"

11:30 AM . Lunch for Registrants at the Butler House
12:30-2:30 PM. Panel 2.
John Cayley, "Reprogramming Performances of Writing"
Lisa Jevbratt, "Talk Back"
Michael Mateas, "Doubled System"
David Rokeby, "The Computer as a Prosthetic Organ of Philosophy"
3:00-5:00 PM. Panel 3.
Marc Böhlen, "#define"
Loss Pequeño Glazier, "Poetics of Programming"
Lev Manovich, "Culture after Software: a Program for Post-media Aesthetics"
Phoebe Sengers, "The 'Embedded World' of AI"
6 PM-8 PM. Conference Dinner. Hemingway's (upstairs), 492 Pearl St. (852-1937), in Buffalo's downtown theatre district.
8 PM-10 PM. Performance. Featuring Beige Records. Big Orbit Sound Lab, 505 Pearl St., Buffalo's premier experimental performance space.
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