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Story-Re-Telling | Exhibition

See a selection of projects making use of new, interactive storytelling methods. The exhibition is open from September 25th until October 18th during NInA's opening hours.
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Enough

A visual and musical fable about the journey of Mani, a jellyfish-like creature. The story is told through a visual essay that shimmers with shapes and colours.

The visual aspect of the story is particularly impressive. The graphics and animation make the user feel as if they’re in space or underwater. But the story isn’t told merely through images – sound is just as important a factor. The main protagonists traverses lands whose atmosphere is shaped by electronic music. The rhythm of the story is slow, the images shift languidly, and each scene is separated from the next by – as the author puts it – an eternity.

Your basic tool of interaction is the mouse pointer, which highlights the images and sets them in motion. The spectator guides Mani through adventure after adventure. Each scene resembles a page from a digital book. Some will call this project a game, others will see it as “an interactive picture book”. The author – musician, scholar, and interface programmer Isaac Cohen – notes in the introduction that he was inspired by children’s fascination with books and pictures.

 

Enough

USA, 2015
Author: Isaac Cohen
Producer: Cabbi.bo 
URL: cabbi.bo/enough