Sisa B. Holguín, Sweta Mohapatra
STITCHING STORIES is an experimental, interactive video installation exploring the tale of two characters while giving users the power to make customized versions of a story.
STITCHING STORIES is an experimental, interactive video installation exploring a moment in the lives of two characters while giving users the power to make customized versions of the story. Sisa B. Holguín has a strong interest in exploring innovations related to interactive videos and stories, and has collaborated with Sweta Mohapatra, who is interested storytelling via a physical controller. Using our custom controller, which is in essence a hacked “Bop It” toy, users will assemble a narrative by activating various parts of the controller in whatever order they would like to tell their own version of this story related to the garment industry. The result is an interesting experiment to see what users create with basic interactive storytelling elements.
Sisa B. Holguín is a filmmaker who is intrigued by both the complex and stories that are untold. Sweta Mohapatra is a UX designer. Both are currently a Master's Candidates at the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU.
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