In Episode 2, our Programme Intern Elia Habib talks to Tea Uglow, co-creator of My Mother’s Kitchen, an audio interactive documentary. Which shares in the stories of eight LGBTQI+ individuals as they relay intimate memories of their mother’s kitchens. Filled with joy and comfort mixed with inequality and hardship. You can experience this heartfelt audio documentary on any tablet or mobile device by searching www.mymotherskitchen.com.au
In October 2019, for the Brighton Digital Festival, Lighthouse presents selected works from the Sheffield Doc/Fest's Alternate Realities. The exhibition at Lighthouse focusses on immersive and interactive technologies which enable us to interpret and engage with socio-political infrastructures, storytelling and the interface of physical and digital worlds. Each of the selected works reveal themes of empathy and intimate encounters with people and places. In this Light + podcast series, we talk to the creators to find out more.
This series has been edited by Connor Clark