Six years ago, my collaborator, Skawennati Fragnito, and I set out to change the world. Our strategy for achieving this modest goal has been to combine our longstanding fascination with digital media technology with the desire to work with our First Nations communities to tell old stories anew and develop new stories to take us into the future. The vehicle for doing all of this is Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace, or AbTeC, an international research/creation network of Native and non-Native artists, academics, activists, and technologists interested in the storytelling potential of digital media. The Skins Workshops on Aboriginal Storytelling…
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