Amaranth Borsuk exhibits, performs, and discusses electronic literature

August 19, 2014 - IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk traveled to Milwaukee for the annual Electronic Literature Organization conference, where her collaboration Abra, a hybrid artist's book and iPad app, was exhibited as part of the gallery show Disperse the Light, which was reviewed by Ilya Szilak in the Huffington Post. While in Milwaukee, Borsuk gave a reading at the famed Woodland Pattern Bookshop with Ian Hatcher and Stephanie Strickland, "Between Print and Pixels." Her artist's book Sunt Lacrimae Rerum was exhibited at 23Sandy gallery in Portland this summer and is included in the exhibit Book Power Redux, currently at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma.  Finally, Borsuk was interviewed by WPKN radio in Connecticut about her collaboration with Brad Bouse, Whispering Galleries, which is currently on display in the branches of the New Haven Free Public Library, and which will be moving to City Hall and the Institute Library in September.