Three friends. A silent winter day. A long drive together, in the midst of going our separate ways. Trying to figure it all out.
The World Was White is a homage to the many, many road trips—short and long—I took across northern California with friends while a teenager.
Much later, I have come to realize that it is also about growing up one of the few brown kids in white, rural mountain country.
The World Was White forms an internal trilogy with Smooth Second Bastard and The Summer the Rattlesnakes Came, all reflections on my upbringing in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
This work is the second P.o.E.M.M. to include audio. We collaborated with internationally-renowned Canadian composer Paul Dolden, who wrote and and recorded the interactive score.
Programming by Serge Maheu & Christian Gratton, from original code by Bruno Nadeau.
Based on the NextText architecture
- Added full iOS 11 support.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.