Over the past five years, an entire ecosystem has emerged that touches every aspect of fictional, journalistic and autobiographical narrative. The logic, conception and style of a project should respond to the transmedial dialectic. The role of the author and the issue remain central, but they are placed in the heart of complementary narrative worlds, of collective interactive experiences with the narrative and other complex processes.
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