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Cadavres Exquis / Exquisite Corpses

Digital Edition

Philippe Henri · Hebdogiciel 41 · 1984-07-20 · page 3 · TRS-80 BASIC
Appuyer sur ESPACE pour générer une autre phrase
Press SPACE to produce an additional sentence
ESC pour interrompre le programme; essayer de taper «LIST↲» après ESC
ESC will break execution; Try typing “LIST↲” after ESC
Le programmateur polymorphe a enfanté une casserole volante. Le journal comestible pond l'oeuvre inextinguible. Le monolithe flamboie vertement jovial. -Philippe HENRI

Le nom du programme vient des surréalistes qui jouaient à créer des phrases en mettant bout à bout des mots ou expressions sans suite. Pour lire la phrase suivante, appuyer sur une touche quelconque.
La mise en œuvre : Nick Montfort & Ariane Savoie. TRS-80 Model III émulateur : Peter Phillips, 2010–2012
The polymorphic programmer gave birth to a flying saucer. The edible newspaper lays out the inextinguishable work. The cheerful monolith radiates green. -Philippe HENRI

The program’s name comes from the Surrealists who played at creating sentences by placing unordered words or expressions one after the other. To read the next sentence, press any key.
Reimplementation and translation: Nick Montfort & Ariane Savoie; Thanks, Sofian Audrey. TRS-80 Model III emulator: Peter Phillips, 2010–2012.
L’image du document original / Original image

Nick Montfort's computer-generated books of poetry include #!, the collaboration 2×6, Autopia, and The Truelist, the first in the new Using Electricity series from Counterpath. He has done more than fifty digital projects, including the collaborations The Deletionist, Sea and Spar Between, and Renderings, and has six books out from the MIT Press, most recently, in the Press’s Essential Knowledge series, The Future. He is a professor of digital media at MIT and lives in New York and Boston.

Ariane Savoie is now completing a double PhD program at Université du Québec à Montréal in Semiotics, and at Université catholique de Louvain in Literature. She specializes in the study of narratives and databases in contemporary artistic practice. Ariane Savoie acts as redactor in chief for bleuOrange, a hypermedia online publication platform.