Electronic Literature

Lori Talley

According to her artist statement, Lori Talley is "a sound artist, educator and technologist concerned with the invention of new forms of writing and reading practices in the interactive space by working experimentally with theories of natural language, foreign text acquisition, interface design and narrative structures." She earned her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she currently teaches in the sound department. She is the co-curator of OPENPORT, a Real-time Performance, Sound and language festival. Her digital works include My Name is Captain, My Captain (a collaboration with Judd Morrissey), Call for Silence, and her contributions to Morrisey's The Jew's Duaghter. Her current project is acting as the artistic director for The Error Engine : Automatic Narrative Evolution, a collaboration with Morrissey and Dr. Lutz Hamel