Digital fiction and the hopes and fears for storytelling

Digital fiction and the hopes and fears for storytelling

(Wakefield)

Wednesday 23 November | 17.00–18.30
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In this interactive talk, we will explore the origins and future of digital fiction, including the hopes and fears that digital technology bring to the future of writing. Dr Alice Bell and Dr Isabelle van der Bom from the Reading Digital Fiction project will take you on a historical tour of digital fiction from its origins in ‘Choose-Your-Own-Adventure books’ through to experiments in hypertext to videogames and apps. Afterwards, attendees are invited to join Andy Campbell and Judi Alston’s exploration of hope and fear in their latest work WALLPAPER, an immersive digital fiction set in the North Yorkshire Moors.

Free Admission | Booking required
This event is part of Sheffield Hallam University’s series WALLPAPER: Hope, Fear, and Digital Fiction
Related events: Wallpaper: hope, fear and digital fiction launch event | Wallpaper installation: hope, fear and digital fiction

Event enquiries: judi@onetoonedevelopment.org
Led by: Sheffield Hallam University
In partnership with: One to One Development Trust’s Dreaming Methods

 

 

Location

The Art House
Drury Lane
Wakefield
WF1 2TE

Full disabled access

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