Hartmut Koenitz

Professor Interactive Narrative Design
HKU University of the Arts Utrecht
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Hartmut Koenitz is Professor for Interactive Narrative Design at HKU, where he leads a research group on the topic. Current research topics include Design Conventions for Interactive Digital Narratives, Pedagogy, and Representations of Complexity. 

Hartmut holds a PhD from the Georgia Institute of Technology on the theory and practice of Interactive Digital Narrative. His research interests are at the intersection of art, culture, history, and technology. He has published over 40 scholarly publications and several books, including the co-edited volume Interactive Digital Narrative – history, theory and practice (Routledge 2015). Hartmut is the creator of the ASAPS authoring tool, which has been used to create more than 150 works, including Breaking Points(available via the iTunes Store for iPad) and Occupy Istanbul, a game on the Gezi park protests in Istanbul 2013. Hartmut is also a visual artist, and his works have been shown in Atlanta, Paris, Istanbul, Seoul, Copenhagen and Porto. His latest artwork, The Multiple Lives of Walter B. is a physical installation that explores virtual biographies of Walter Benjamin.

Sessions in which Hartmut Koenitz participates

Tuesday August 14, 2018

8:30 AM
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