WALLPAPER RE-IMAGINED

In my experience of working in the arts, it’s not often that you get the opportunity to take an existing project into a second phase or to develop it further. However, this is the case with WALLPAPER, a narrative game originally funded by the Arts Council in 2014 as an interactive installation for a gallery ...

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WALLPAPER Development Phases

WALLPAPER, a narrative game by Andy Campbell and Judi Alston (One to One Development Trust’s Dreaming Methods) went through a number of experimental visual phases before emerging the way it looks now. We thought it might be interesting to share these phases! The original colour schemes were warmer and the environment details such as fog ...

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Papering over the cracks

There is something really interesting about the history of wallpaper – its place in our lives and culture. Decorative paper that smooths over the cracks, bringing colour into another wise bland space. In WALLPAPER, we peel through the layers of paper to unearth the stories of times gone by at Dalton Manor, uncovered by the ...

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Wakefield Literature Festival: Uncovering Digital Fiction

We were really pleased to be part of this year’s Wakefield Literature Festival hosted by BEAM. The festival now in its fourth year, has grown significantly into a vibrant 10 day programme with a diverse range of literature based events, talks and masterclasses. Our talk Uncovering Digital Fiction was a great opportunity to share our latest ...

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A new work of digital fiction

WALLPAPER is a new work by Dreaming Methods at One to One Development Trust funded by the Arts Council England and Sheffield Hallam University‘s Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF), with support from Bank Street Arts and Bangor University. It has been written and developed by Andy Campbell and Judi Alston, whose previous digital fiction collaborations have included ...