Kirsten Kentler is an interactive storyteller, lecturer and researcher. She develops and experiments with new narrative formats and interactive worlds, where interactivity can help to build great stories and to involve the audience. Kirsten examines how narration can create meaningful applications within a wide variety of contexts.
She believes that narration is a powerful tool to transfer meaning and knowledge. Her projects are realised on different platforms and with diverse technologies like in public space, installations, on the web or a screen such as augmented reality in public space, interactive documentaries or ipad-applications. One of her recent projects is Timemachine. More about the project you’ll find here.
Next to her own work she coaches and lectures on The Utrecht School of Arts.