Blurring the boundaries between fiction, electronic correspondence, poetry, and drama,
aggregates, assembles, connects, and transcends a wide array of genres. A woman’s voice, echoed by her multiple selves, speak through the web become a forest of meanings and of symbols. As a refuge where these selves in turn hide and manifest themselves, through on and off-line encouters, petitBain gives flesh to these virtualities by traversing recto-verso landscapes, sliding between poetry of reality and the codes of anticipation with the same fold.
explores literature in digital environments, putting the notions of network, of real time, and of the evaporation of the author to the test. She has recently released
a semantic and fictional archive designed out of a collection of data related to the British novelist Anna Kavan (1901–1968).
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