Check out all the audiovisual content from Electronic Literature Day 2020!

Electronic Literature Day was a three-day online literary festival featuring writers, thinkers and practitioners in dynamic formats. In a series of readings, visuals, interviews and texts, we explored the shifting parameters of literature in relation to collective memory, technology and practice.

Electronic Literature Day (ELD) was conjured in response to the need for remote, dynamic environments through which to share and distribute literary work and discourse and facilitate collaborations. In a series of readings, interviews, audiovisual, and text, a gallery of thought was constructed around the thematics of each day - Language and Memory, Technology and the Word, and Literature in Action.

The festival was produced by Barakunan in partnership with Electronic Labor Day, a non-profit online music festival, and was partially supported by Art Jameel’s Research and Practice Platform.

Follow the link to view our content on the Barakunan YouTube page!