Who Goes Here?

Fiona Hall’s spatially extended narrative
Sydney Living Museum
by
ABR Arts 17 May 2021

Who Goes Here?

Fiona Hall’s spatially extended narrative
Sydney Living Museum
by
ABR Arts 17 May 2021
Portrait of Fiona Hall against her installation Who Goes Here? (photograph by Joshua Morris for Sydney Living Museums)
Portrait of Fiona Hall against her installation Who Goes Here? (photograph by Joshua Morris for Sydney Living Museums)

Non-linear, interactive, random: hypertext fiction has scrambled our expectations of what narrative can be and how it can work. Today, control is wrested from authors, with readers using hyperlinks to navigate their own trajectory through multiple possible stories experienced in the virtual spaces of the internet. But what happens when those unpredictable pathways unfold across a physical space, negotiated through an ambulatory encounter in an actual, material environment rather than with a click of the fingers.

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