Computer-based environmental meaning is potentially examined and explored through the authorship, inter-authorship, and operative experiential examination of a diverse set of media- elements and media-processes, within an operative, generative computational environment. The media that becomes evocative within this techo-poetic virtual environment includes digital video, digital still images, 3D digital objects, 3D animations, digital spoken and written text, digital music/noise — sound objects, and digital texture maps — both still and moving. Each media-element could be said to convey its own field of meaning. Varying combinations of these fields of meaning are experienced through fleeting electronic/environmental relations. The mind-set of the participant represents another active field, and becomes dynamically involved in the construction of meaning. It is through the combination and recombination of these evocative digital fields of meaning, as experienced by an engaged participant, that a new form of poetics can emerge — Recombinant Poetics.