Two interviews this week from the international DATABASE | NARRATIVE | ARCHIVE (D|N|A) Symposium, on Nonlinear Digital Storytelling, held here in Montreal last weekend.
Marcia Kinder Professor at University of Southern California and Director of The Labyrinth Project discusses the wonderful works in Labyrinth and then Hart Cohen, Associate Professor in Media Arts at University of Western Sydney tells us about the Journey to Horseshoe Bend project out of central Australia.
Listen to this week’s show !
The Labyrinth Project is a research initiative on interactive narrative at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. Labyrinth designs their interactive works as transmedia networks—installations, DVD-ROMs, and websites. Their projects appear not only in cyberspace but also in the networked public spaces of museums, science centers, and other public venues.
The Journey to Horseshoe Bend project offers Indigenous and non-Indigenous participation with Australian historical and cultural knowledge using the Internet to interact with cultural experiences. The project allows users to engage in digital story telling, e-learning and interaction with archival materials through oral histories.
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