Early career filmmaker, artist and curator Billy Raffin has put together a series of films that encapsulate the art of storytelling around a digital campfire – The Outdoor Screen
Storytelling an inherent part of the way that we relate to each other and the world around us. Stories are how we make sense of the world around us and add meaning to life. Imagine the Bunjil Place Outdoor Screen as a fireplace or a campfire. The light (and warmth) bring people in, and engaging stories make them stay. What story are you telling? Why are stories important?
The screen is situated in public space. This means that you are attracting the broadest audience possible. What do you want people to know? Stories are the only thing that remain once we die. What story do you want to tell?
- Billy Raffin
- Lost Forms, Boaz Hunter Smith X D.O.L.F (Department Of Lost Forms),
- To the South of Home, Mingzheng Liu
- Ancan, Timmy Harn
- Can Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, The ElectroPoetics (Bixiao Zhang)
- The Formation of a Cloud, Jenn Tran