"...the aim of all this is to create poetry. So, I like to speak about algorithmic poetry. A poem is a text that procures you poetry if you read it. The code I'm trying to write is a text that procures you poetry if a computer reads it for you...."

Frédéric Durieu

CREDITS

 

Site Producers
turbulence.org: Helen Thorington
dichtung-digital.org: Roberto Simanowski
arteonline.arq.br: Regina Célia Pinto
coriolisweb.org: Andrews/Paterson
 

Writers
 

Spanish Translations
The Entire Project: Ana Maria Uribe
 

Portuguese Translations
Editor: Jorge Luiz Antonio
Translator: Regina CÚlia Pinto
Translator: Alexandre Venera
 

French Translations
Jim Andrews's Intro: Philippe Castellin
Regina Célia Pinto's Intro: Anne Sobotta
R. Simanowski's Intro, Producers: Patrick-Henri Burgaud
Helen Thorington's Intro: Millie Niss
On Jean-Jacques Birgé: Jean-Jacques Birgé
On Nicolas Clauss: Antoine Schmitt
On Frédéric Durieu: Olivier Crete
On Jean-Luc Lamarque: Jean-Luc Lamarque
On Antoine Schmitt: Antoine Schmitt
On servovalve: servovalve
 
Thanks to Jean-Jacques Birgé for editorial
assistance with many French
translations.
 

English Translation
Regina Pinto's Intro: Sabrina Gledhill
 

Design/Programming
 

Goo & Jigsaw Lingo


Financial Support

This project was made possible by a grant from the
Canada Council's Media Arts section via the
'Artist in Residence' program which
brought Jim Andrews to
The Centre for Creative Communications
in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.



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Co-Published February 2003, New York, Rio, Berlin, Toronto