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2011 conference, DLAC Network, Events

Pre-conference workshop on Latin American net.art

On the afternoon of Wednesday 18 May, the day before the cyberculture conference starts, we’ll also be running a half-day workshop on Latin American net.art at FACT, a cinema and art gallery here in Liverpool. The workshop will take place from 1 to 5pm and will offer the opportunity to discuss net.art, networked installations, video art, digital storytelling, tactical media and more in a relaxed and informal environment. From 4-5pm the workshop will also host a live hypermedia storytelling performance, given by the hypermedia authors Diego Bonilla and Sean Hovendick. Diego and Sean will be showcasing their latest production, Stopper, which is a pioneering new form of hypermedia storytelling that creates endless variations of the same audiovisual story and empowers viewers to determine the editing of a movie.

Visit the blog of the Latin American net.art project for more information about the workshop, including the programme, details of the venue and how to register to attend.

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