Wallpaper installation: hope, fear and digital fiction

Wallpaper installation: hope, fear and digital fiction

(Wakefield)

Friday 25 November | 11.00–16.00
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We would like to invite you into Dalton Manor, a remote house situated in the North Yorkshire Moors and discoverable via WALLPAPER, an interactive and immersive virtual reality experience. As the reader/player of WALLPAPER, your task is to explore the house as computer engineer PJ Sanders and your goal is to find the missing key to the parlour, a room locked until now. By moving through the house and examining forgotten heirlooms and personal artefacts, you slowly reveal the story of PJ and a family history of unfulfilled hopes and hidden fears. Enjoy the immersive digital experience and consider what digital media might mean for the future of storytelling.

Free Admission | Booking required
This event is also taking place on Tuesday 22 November
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 | Digital fiction and the hopes and fears for storytelling

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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