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Interactive Storytelling: New Genres and Directions

Artists, academics, and commercial designers engaged in a lively discussion about the changing role of author and audience in the realm of interactive narrative. They addressed the nature of both storytelling and authorship in the framework of interactive fiction, and searched for an aesthetic of interactivity that allows an artist to give control to the audience while at the same time cultivating a unique voice.

Celia Pearce
University of Southern California
Steve di Paola
Muse Communication
Alex Mayhew
Independent Artist
Janet H. Murray
Georgia Institute of Technology
Celia Pearce
University of Southern California
Sarah Roberts
California Institute of the Arts
Michael Thomsen
Interactive Institute


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