The Whisp’rings Project

Charles Tait, Átila Souza Oliveira (Developer), Line Nakken Høivik (Designer), Ryan Walker (Designer), Davi Cabral de OIiveira (Developer)

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

Abstract

A generative motion graphic based on a set of design rules which respond to Shakespeare's literature, life, current media and the theatrical device of 'The Fool.' Visuals are created dynamically through a fictional narrative timeline and the activities of Twitter users. The code was launched and ran for 54hrs over the 400th Anniversary weekend of Shakespeare's death. The resulting visuals were live streamed through two websites. Widely shared and viewed across the world, the project was mentioned by leading creative industries publication Creative Review. The visuals were also projected inside Kronborg Castle, Helsingor, Denmark as part of the Shakespeare: The Next 400 Years conference. 
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 22 Apr 2016

Bibliographical note

Charles Tait asserts his copyright as author, producer and director of this project

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    Tait, C. (Author), Oliveira, Á. S. (Developer), Høivik, L. N. (Designer), Walker, R. (Designer), & de OIiveira, D. C. (Developer). (2016). The Whisp’rings Project. Digital or Visual Products https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrW-3zITR5M