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  • 10:56 Breaking Ice: a 70 Year Story

    Breaking Ice: a 70 Year Story

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    Breaking Ice: a 70 Year Story Archive film meets virtual world, from mechanical reproduction to digital arts. An audiovisual essay exploring how the view of the Arctic is both the same and different across media and across time. The archive film is 'The G

  • 04:37 Future City

    Future City

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    Future City Archive footage and virtual world meet in a city. Cica Ghost’s ‘Future’ in Second Life is overlaid by a film from the FDR archive on the future of the American city. The background music and voices are remixed with a contempo

  • 05:55 The Digital Pilgrims

    The Digital Pilgrims

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    The Digital Pilgrims A fusion of Chaucer's medieval world of The Canterbury Tales and today's digital world. The characters are introduced, sometimes almost the same, sometimes quite different. Includes a wonderful reading in Middle English by Kristen Hug

  • 05:30 Swirl Eight

    Swirl Eight

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    Swirl Eight The light, colour and people of an art show opening. Filmed at Art Project 2 at Blue Orange in Second Life, April 2017 ( http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Empire%20State%20Island/213/28/1435 ). The work of the following artists are in the

  • 06:37 Falling Between Worlds

    Falling Between Worlds

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    Falling Between Worlds The Story of Cathy and Sam. They were caught between two worlds in 1950s America. A fictionalised story, it draws on many actual events in a racially divided nation. The story still resonates in today's political climate. A blog pos

  • 03:43 Edward Thomas

    Edward Thomas

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    Edward Thomas A machinima around the poetry of Edward Thomas, with an introduction by myself. Edward Thomas was born in London in 1878 to a mostly Welsh family. One of the foremost literary critics of his age, he turned to poetry in 1914 with the encourag