Sundance profiles the work of interactive pioneer Chris Milk in their New Frontier Alumni Spotlight. They write, “Milk and his collaborators are actually creating new language and methodologies that will become standards in the field. He is also inventing ways to use technology for enabling story creation, in the same vain as Eadweard Muybridge who experimented with motion-sequence still photographs at the dawn of film. In this current sea-change, where coding is becoming a fundamental storytelling skill, multi-screen and mixed reality experience is the norm, and co-creation with audience is expected, we need pioneers like Milk to take the risks required to figure out the conventions of the future storyteller and to continue creative innovation.”
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