Transmedia can happen in different dimensions too not only in different media.
Same story with multiple authors. Visions of the primordial times: RYAN MCGINLEY’S MOONMILK and WIM's See You Hurry.
" Each summer, for 4 summers now, 3 months at a time, McGinley and friends have traveled across the United States shooting gorgeously candid photographs of their journeys. This time, the crew find themselves in caves, some of which have never been touched, stepped inside, or documented before. Unlike previous expeditions across America, this one was more rigorous, hazardous, and testing, requiring much more patience due to the nature of the limited lighting conditions inside the caves. Unlike the “snapshot” aesthetic of his previous bodies of work, this set features more sophisticated looking scenes that draw the viewer into a deeper sense of introspection. The landscape is now oftentimes just as dominant a focus as the carefree and wondrous youth. "
WIM - See You Hurry (2011) , directed by Collider's video genius Daniel Askill, and starring Louise Van De Vorst.
It's a journey into the outer most regions of your mind as a temptress lures you away in to the deep, dark secrets of the forest ever so slowly.