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Re-Shake

August 3, 2010 1 comment

by Millie Niss

Re-Shake by Millie Niss

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Millie Niss (Sporkworld) was a poet and new media artist who died at age 36 from complications of H1N1 in November 2009. She received a Classical education via Columbia University’s “Lit Hum” program and her earlier studies for the Baccalaureat section C (Math/Physics), Lycee Pierre D’Ailly, Compiegne, France. Her poetry and new media work has been exhibited at Harvard’s Dudley House “Errors and Contradictions” exhibit as well as SCOPE 2006. Her work appears on or is reviewed in many print and online publications, including: Iowa Review on the Web (with Martha Deed), Museum of the Essential and Beyond, dvblog, Unlikelystories, Hyperliterature Exchange, and Vispo.com. Her haiku generator (2009) was published on Logolalia. Her video, “I am the very model of a Psychopharmacologist,” won the People’s Choice Award at the Digital Arts Festival, Buffalo, NY and is found online at the Perpetual Art Machine.

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Scrambled Shakespeare

May 17, 2010 2 comments

by Millie Niss

Scrambled Shakespeare by Millie Niss

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Millie Niss (Sporkworld) was a poet and new media artist who died at age 36 from complications of H1N1 in November 2009. She received a Classical education via Columbia University’s “Lit Hum” program and her earlier studies for the Baccalaureat section C (Math/Physics), Lycee Pierre D’Ailly, Compiegne, France. Her poetry and new media work has been exhibited at Harvard’s Dudley House “Errors and Contradictions” exhibit as well as SCOPE 2006. Her work appears on or is reviewed in many print and online publications, including: Iowa Review on the Web (with Martha Deed), Museum of the Essential and Beyond, dvblog, Unlikelystories, Hyperliterature Exchange, and Vispo.com. Her haiku generator (2009) was published on Logolalia. Her video, “I am the very model of a Psychopharmacologist,” won the People’s Choice Award at the Digital Arts Festival, Buffalo, NY and is found online at the Perpetual Art Machine.

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