The Breathing Wall

by Kate Pullinger, Stefan Schemat and Chris Joseph
November 2016
'Shapeshifting texts', International Conference on Digital Media and Textuality, Bremen, Germany

December 2011
'From (W)reader to Breather: Cybertextual Retro-intentionalisation in Kate Pullinger et al's The Breathing Wall' by Astrid Ensslin, in Page, R and Thomas, B. (eds), New Narratives: Stories and Storytelling in the Digital Age (Frontiers of Narrative) [Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press]

October/November 2011
'The Future of Reading? An Exhibition of Digital Literature', Bank Street Arts, Sheffield, UK

August 2009
Respiratory Narrative: Multimodality and Cybernetic Corporeality by Astrid Ensslin, in Page, Ruth (ed), New Perspectives on Narrative and Multimodality (Routledge Studies in Multimodality) [Routledge, 2009]

September 2007
'Breathalyzing Physio-cybertext' by Astrid Ensslin, ACM Hypertext '07 Conference Proceedings

April 2007
'Narrative & Multimodality: Language, Theory, Contexts', Astrid Ensslin, UCE Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

March 2006
FILE-RIO, Electronic Language International Festival, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

January 2006
19th Stuttgart Filmwinter
19th Stuttgart Filmwinter
, Stuttgart, Germany

December 2005
Generative Arts Practice symposium, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

November 2005
Third Iteration - Third International Conference on Generative Systems in the Electronic Arts
Third Iteration, Melbourne, Australia

November 2005
FILE 2005, Electronic Language International Festival, São Paulo, Brazil

October 2005
E-Poetry 2005, Contemporary Poetics Research Centre (CPRC), Birkbeck College, London

July 2005
VFX World review of SIGGRAPH 2005 Art Gallery

July 2005

December 2004
schrijven 4:6, december 2004schrijven 4:6, december 2004
magazine, series 4 number 6, The Netherlands

December 2004
Breath by Breath: An Interview with Kate Pullinger about 'The Breathing Wall', by Dene Grigar, Computers and Composition, Vol. 21, Num. 4

November 2004
Hyperventiliterature by Edward Picot at The Hyperliterature Exchange:

"as an experiment it's too interesting to ignore... the strength of the writing here is in the storytelling... There are plenty of new media pieces long on style but short on narrative substance, and The Breathing Wall makes a refreshing change in that respect. Furthermore it has enough interesting ideas and arresting moments to be well worth our attention... a fascinating experiment"

July 2004
Blurring the Boundaries, Guardian newspaper, UK

July 2004
Incubation 3trAce
Incubation 3, the 3rd trAce International Symposium on Writing and the Internet, Nottingham, UK