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the Whiteness graff on the warehouse wall

2 May

the Whiteness graff on the warehouse wall

on the warehouse wall at the site for the SAIAS production of Moby-Dick in Atlanta, May 2013

Do you love Moby-Dick? Remaking Moby is a chance to share that love.

25 Jan

The Remaking Moby-Dick Project is an International multimodal digital storytelling event that will be screened at the Mixing Realities Digital Performance Festival in May 2013 in Kalrkskrona, Sweden, but also published and recirculated in other forms. The project curator is currently seeking submissions and participants. Submissions can be as elaborate as you want or as simple as you reading a poem you’ve written in response to a scene in Moby-Dick.

We are sharing it with you because we know our readership has quickly grown to include artists, musicians, poets, videographers, and lovers of literature, and we just know you’ll have an interesting way to respond and contribute.

You can read more about the project on the Remaking Moby-Dick blog and in the call for contributors.

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