Opening Up Category 2021
Please note that voting is now closed. This year's Opening Up vote winner is Manzil by Nivritti Khurana.
Linda is visiting Russell in Los Angeles, where he now lives. We join them halfway up a hiking trail. You must walk them to the top. Keep them within earshot and they’ll chat about Linda’s visit and the past, while trying to find the right time to bring u
Indelible Stain is the first four chapters of a multi-modal narrative that tells the parallel story of two people’s PTSD occurring 15 years apart and explores the notion of gendered responses to trauma and the shame associated with it. Note: use the password PTSD to access the work
An in-depth look at how the internet works; a critique of those systems from an environmental standpoint; an ode to 90’s media, including old GIFs, instant messaging, and the travel guides of old public access television; a dining experience unlike any ot
There is often an unexpected immediacy to gun violence. The movement of a finger can explode metal ending a trajectory of interactions. What remains from victims of gun violence are memories and legacies, tragic pain and remnants of unique experiences.
The aim of our work was to reflect the history of one Ukrainian castle (the castle of Count Xido) through the process of storytelling of its owners in order to form in readers the views of the value of history and historical and cultural monuments.