The Winona State University Digital Culture Speakers Series will present Rob Wittig in “Netprov: Real-time Digital Storytelling at the Intersection of Design and Writing” 2 to 3:20 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, in Kryzsko Commons East Hall, Room 222.
The presentation will focus on experimental literature, digital media and improvisational performance. Wittig will discuss and perform Networked Improv Fiction, or Netprov, a form of collaboratively authored experimental writing on the web. The history of experimental writing will also be discussed, including the Twitter-based Speidishow (2013), the transmedia stage performance of Grace, Wit, and Charm (2011), and the massively multi-authored Invisible Seattle (1983).
Wittig teaches in the Departments of Art and Design and Writing Studies at the University of Minnesota, Duluth.
This installment of the Digital Culture Speakers Series is made possible by the Winona Foundation and the WSU Department of Mass Communication.
For more information contact Davin Heckman at firstname.lastname@example.org