A new Dreaming Methods project is now available to experience as part of the video/net-art exhibition “Vagus” hosted by Year Zero One. “Clearance” is a collaborative digital fiction piece created by Andy Campbell and Judi Alston, featuring a protagonist trapped in a hypnagogic state during which he experiences apocalyptic visions. Click here to visit the exhibition which also includes work by Myron Campbell and Gregory Chantonsky.
Writing aint what it used to be
An article by Andy Campbell introducing amateur writers to the possibilities of digital fiction has been published by UK writing magazine “Writers’ Forum”. The piece outlines the potential of combining the written word with multimedia and how new e-book standards may soon change the way authors construct their stories. Read it here.
IOCT Salon Dreaming Methods event
Should you wish, you can take a look at a live blog of the Dreaming Methods talk at the IOCT Salon, De Montfort University last month, and explore a varied selection of other sites and postings that have recently been discussing the work featured on the site.
To keep up-to-date with new developments at Dreaming Methods, take a look at Hypnagogia – the DM blog, currently featuring a YouTube video sequence from the IOCT talk last month as well as other project-related news. The blog is regularly updated and contains extensive links to digital fiction websites and articles. Subscribe (RSS).
Light and Darkness exhibition
“Light and Darkness” – an exhibition of nine limited edition prints from Tristan Campbell’s absolutely nothing website – will be on display at the Stairwell Gallery, Harrogate Library, from 25th February to 1st March 2008. The exhibition contains atmospheric images from Harrogate, Nidderdale and the Yorkshire Dales. It can also be viewed online at www.lightanddarkness.co.uk