Goldilocks goes Digital

Goldilocks goes Digital

For one of our Digital Humanities modules, we were required to make a group presentation and “create an open access digital artefact that remediates, recontextualises, retells, or invents a traditional story.” (Alexander, 2015) I was grouped with Laoise Byrne-Ring and Eoin O’ Connor, and after discussing our options, we decided to transform a traditional story into a piece of digital artwork. We chose Goldilocks and the Three Bears as our story as it is a universally known and simple fairy tale that everyone recognises. We would also be able to put our animation skills into practise, newly-acquired from our Multimedia module, which is taught by Professor James Bowen.

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