For the past two years, True/False has been exploring the work of artists and storytellers who’ve jumped the fences of traditional platforms. If you have a piece you would like us to consider for the 2020 fest, please send an email of inquiry to our Ctrl+Alt+Shift Curator, Katie Jenkins, at: [email protected]

Here’s a quick look at some past years’ projects:


Alison Nguyen; 2019; video installation

Reimagined as an immersive installation, this rendition of the short film explores our consumption of disaster news and its cinematic parallels to advertising through found footage.


Charlotte Stoudt, Laura Wexler, Angel Manuel Soto; 2018; VR

In 1961, Betty and Barney Hill were abducted by aliens while driving to their home in Rural New Hampshire. Haunting audio recordings from their hypnotic regression therapy sessions illuminate Betty and Barney’s very different experiences of the same event.


Paisley Smith, Jam3, NFB; 2018; immersive

Foreign exchange programs promise the opportunity for students to share their culture while immersing themselves in another. This personal story of a family’s experience with loss and grief is folded into delicate paper illustrations.


Benoit Felici; 2018; VR

This virtual tour explores authenticity and imitation through three of China’s surreal neighborhoods, each designed as stunning, elaborate replicas of Venice, Paris, and London


 Deniz Tortum; 2018; VR

A mysterious tree watches over a forest while humans traverse its paths, planning construction zones and searching for a lost person. As civilization slowly unravels, quiet new dynamics emerge.


Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee, Adam Loften; 2017; VR

As natural silence verges on extinction, acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton journeys to one of the quietest places on earth, the Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park. Defining silence as the absence of modern noise, he asserts that “silence isn’t the absence of something, but the presence of everything”.