TARP – Audiovisual Poetry Festival (Lithuania) has reached its tenth edition this year. Poet and TARP founder Gabriele Labanauskaité talks about this and much more.
From 15 to 19 septembre the TARP AUDIOVISUAL POETRY FESTIVAL took place, as usual in Vilnus (Lithuania). TARP is the only poetry festival in the Baltic states held annualy from 2006. Experimental and highly interdisciplinary – its name, “TARP”, means in fact “in the mids of” – the festival has had ten editions so far. To celebrate this important goal and to know more about it, we have interviewed the founder as well as poet and writer Gabriele Labanauskaité.
The Electronic Literature Collection is a periodical publication of current and older works of electronic literature published by Electronic Literature Organization. The volumes 1 (October 2006) and 2 (February 2011) are offered under a Creative Common license. In 2016 the third volume of this publication will be released as it has been annpunced at August Conference in Bergen.
Prof. Dr. Leonardo Flores who was part of the Editorial Collective for the forthcoming volume of the Electronic Literature Collection accepted to give us some interesting insights in the different project phases from the selection, to the curating and the final purposes.