Thursday, September 29, 2005

Narrative Mapping and Network Storytelling

I'll be in Philly today, talking about narrative -- one of my favorite subjects -- and the network.

Narrative Mapping and Network Storytelling. This panel looks at the current explosion of wireless media and communications. Mobile devices are enabling new forms of distributed storytelling and narrative mapping. Whether wirelessly connecting public spaces to the internet, or proposing off-the-grid subnetworks of local users, locative media are reconfiguring our relationship to place & community, and cutting across existing categories of art, culture and communications.

4:00 - 5:30 pm
Panelists: Mendi Obadike, interdisciplinary artist; Teri Rueb, Rhode Island School of Design; Nick West, Goldsmith College, University of London; Moderator:Hana Iverson, Temple University

Taking Liberties: Freedom, Creativity, & Risk in Media Arts ~ National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture

Sheraton Society Hil :: One Dock Street (2nd and Walnut Streets) :: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
:: Toll free: 800 325 3535 :: Tel: 215 238 6000 :: Fax: 215 238 6652


Blogger John K said...

As always, this looks utterly fascinating, and I WISH I could actually attend some of these gatherings!

11:30 AM, October 27, 2005  
Blogger Mendi O. said...

Thanks, John. I'm actually coming your way next week. I'll email to contact you.

11:40 AM, October 27, 2005  

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