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Data Driven Stories: Aaron Koblin for the Future of StoryTelling
Aaron Koblin discusses his high-profile web-based creative projects which have all been groundbreaking:
A sort of dreamscape unto itself, this film charts the creation of several of acclaimed artist Aaron Koblin’s most imaginative and game-changing projects, including the crowd-sourced music video for Johnny Cash’s song “Ain’t No Grave” and the user-customized short film “The Wilderness Downtown,” which is set to Arcade Fire’s “We Used to Wait” and was created entirely in HTML5. Koblin also describes the genesis and evolution of what may be his most groundbreaking work to date: “This Exquisite Forest,” a collaborative art project and online story generator (created with Chris Milk and the Tate Modern museum in London) built and nurtured by web users. Koblin’s remarkable oeuvre draws increasingly on the immense computing, storage, and data-sharing capabilities of the current generation of computers—as well as recent innovations like hardware-accelerated browser graphics—and demonstrates in the most vivid ways imaginable the infinite artistic and narrative possibilities of crowdsourced digital creation and autonomous storytelling.
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