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Serrano pushing for new network of interactive art/technology research

News | 06/13/2003 4:00 am EDT

The influential director of the Habit@t at the Canadian Film Centre is quickly putting together a funding coalition to launch a new research network examining interactive narrative art forms. While resources have yet to be finalized, Ana Serrano is pushing ahead with plans to encourage collaboration within a "SWAT team" of researchers and artists to push the envelope on new forms of storytelling in a race to establish Ontario – Toronto in particular – as a world-leading cluster of industry activity.

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