This work, a half-hour interactive video built on Korsakow cinema database software, is actually called Talk with Your Hands Like an Ellis Island Mutt (2016). But that's a long title, so I usually abbreviate it. The piece is a user-driven tour through a specific portion of my psyche: that of the second generation American who still doesn't feel like he belongs here. It includes video selfies I've pulled over from daddylabyrinth (and manipulated), footage of immigrants arriving in the early 1900s, and various family relics. You can visit it at http://ellisislandmutt.korsakow.tv.
I got to see the world with Ellis Island Mutt, and to talk about it with like-minded folks, which is all I can ask for as a writer and digital storyteller. Its stops were: