Bank Street Arts, Sheffield, UK, from 22 Oct to 14 Nov 2014
‘The Future of Reading?’ exhibition shows how recent forms of experimental writing use digital technologies to enable new ways of reading, which complement and sometimes challenge more established media like books, films, and videogames. It includes Interactive Fictions (IFs) and electronic text adventure games, hypertext and hypermedia fictions, Flash and App-based fictions, kinetic poetry, and literary videogames.
I’m thrilled that my work, Underbelly, features in the exhibition in Gallery 3: Engaging the Senses. There are many wonderful digital and pre-digital works in the whole exhibition tracing the historical development of digital literature. Check out the online version of the exhibition, which will remain on the Reading Digital Fiction website indefinitely:
The exhibition, curated by Dr. Alice Bell and Prof. Astrid Ensslin, is part of the Reading Digital Fiction project at Sheffield Hallam University and Bangor University, funded by Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and sponsored by the Electronic Literature Organisation (ELO).
Also, earlier this week, as part of the Reading Digital Fiction project, I was delighted and honoured to give a Creative Writing Master Class in digital fiction for the MA in Creative Writing at Sheffield Hallam University.