Dene Grigar is an Associate Professor and Director of The Creative Media & Digital Culture Program at Washington State University Vancouver who works in the area of electronic literature, emergent technology and cognition, and ephemera. She is the author of net art works, like “Fallow Field: A Story in Two Parts” and “The Jungfrau Tapes: A Conversation with Diana Slattery about The Glide Project,” both of which have appeared in The Iowa Review Web, and multimedia performances and installations, like When Ghosts Will Die (with Canadian multimedia artist Steve Gibson), a piece that experiments with motion tracking technology to produce networked multimedia narratives. Recent projects include the “Fort Vancouver Mobile” and The Grand Emporium of the West,” projects funded by a 2011 NEH Start Up grant and a 2012 “We the People” grant, respectively, that focuses on location-aware nonfiction content for mobile phones to be used at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. She is also a recipient, with Stuart Moulthrop, of a 2013 NEH Start Up grant for a digital preservation project for early electronic literature entitled “Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience of Early Digital Literature." Her next project is a mobile app created with faculty at the University of British Columbia Okanagan for the University of Alberta's Devonian Botanical Garden, funded by a $198K grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council in Canada. Grigar is President of the Electronic Literature Organization and Associate Editor of Leonardo Reviews.
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