“Stainboy, using his obvious expertise, was called in to investigate mysterious glowing goo on the gallery floor.”

That’s the opening to Tim Burton‘s Twitter-based exquisite corpse experiment, which is weaving a story for his nervous watercolor superhero Stainboy, 140 characters at a time. What better technique for Tim Burton than the exquisite corpse, which is a sequential collaborative storytelling method, in which each person builds on the last material submitted. (In the classic surrealist-invented version of the method, unlike this version, participants can’t read everything that has gone before.) Find out what’s going to happen to Stainboy and the goo, after the break. Read More »