Artist: Linda Chen
What is it that scares us today? The fantastical? The speculative? The seemingly benign? Often the structures that define what we find terrifying arise from dialogues between the innate, the external and the imaginative - less 'things' than entire frames of mind. Exploring the relationship between the innate, the external and the imagined, Linda Chen guides Noted Festival audiences through a virtual haunted house constructed by our writers and their fears. Navigate the labyrinth of our psyche by contributing your own piece.
How do I attend this event?
You can attend this event from home, using your own computer and web connection. You don't even have to be in Australia to attend! This event is open to all.
This event is interactive: you can contribute passages to Fear: A Labyrinth. Your contributions to this narrative will construct the haunted house. the place you confront your fears. These contributions will be made using Twine, open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories and will be made open for the public participation. Check back on May 3rd for the link to the story.
Check back on May 3rd for the link to the story or if you're super keen, you can register your interest right now. You'll receive a direct link to contribute passages to the story when the festival begins.