Game Masters is an ACMI exhibition where I’ll actually get the chance to corner the developers from Blizzard, to raise my RSI ravaged right hand, and to say: ‘Look what … Read more
First there were QR codes. Now there’s StoryCodes. Either way, I’m a sucker for Locative Literature. And there are plenty of ways to experience stories in the places where these stories … Read more
I’m not sure what falling branches from the 90th floor is going to do for pedestrians below, but who needs vertical gardens when you can have a vertical forest!
Human behaviour linked to places is what fascinates me as a writer. Its patterns, impact and influence, all combine to create tangible location-based experiences. And these days, wherever you go, … Read more
In the life where I can afford to keep my SL1200s instead of selling them to my brother to pay for root canals, this is the kind of music I … Read more
You’re sitting opposite the greatest pair of breasts beyond the bevel, another woman of an ex that you’re almost over, and a third woman who wants to name her daughter … Read more
This short clip really is proof of how big issues can become little issues after kicking a football around for a while.
Locative Literature (LocLit) is on the boil and Broadcastr is proof of that. LocLit is essentially a story experienced in the place where the story is set. The joy of this … Read more
Add one QR code, some ice, and then you have a smart way of connecting people in Amsterdam to the melting ice caps. Gin is optional.
Like rivers of text vomiting from second story windows, so too are the amazing book sculptures of Alicia Martin.