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  • OuLiPo

    re: Composition - Of Books and Bots

    May 1, 2015

    On Thursday, May 7th, six guest artist-scholars will visit the Weitz Center for Creativity and share their experiences working with a unique art style: constrained writing. Constrained writing is a literary technique in which the writer is bound by some condition such as writing in only palindromes or lipograms. The French-based group, Oulipo, invites the Carleton community to re: Composition, an event where people can learn about constrained writing and the beauty of math-inspired art. ...

  • "Loops" by OpenEndGroup

    The Art of Digital Code

    April 21, 2015

    Over the last two decades, digital art has become an increasingly popular profession. On Thursday, April 23, Carleton will welcome OpenEndedGroup, an art collaborative that has been producing a variety of digital works for the past ten years. At 8:00 P.M. in the Weitz Center for Creativity, Room 236, the members of OpenEndedGroup will give a lecture on their art practice and describe what it takes to be an artist in the digital world. ...

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