Trina: A Design Fiction

The Digital Review
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Creative Work (recorded)
The Digital Review, Special issue on Critical Making and Critical Design, 2021
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Trina is a 60-frame graphic story that blends speculative software and literary figuring to consider the perils and potentials of near-future interpretative practices. Merging critical design and speculative fiction, Trina is a transmedia work originally conceived as a 20-minute live performance that combined a reading + a slide show + electronic sound (think: PechaKucha meets La Jetée). For this special issue, Trina has been remediated for the web using the affordances of Stepworks, an authoring platform created by Erik Loyer for building multimedia compositions for live, pre-recorded, and interactive performances.
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