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Öyvind Fahlström

Öyvind Fahlström (1928-1976) was a Swedish Multimedia artist who was greatly interested in using games in art. His interest in games arose from his earlier work in concrete poetry, or poetry in which the way the words are arranged visually … Continue reading

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All Your Yesterdays: Using Art Games for Paleontology

I’ve talked about my personal, flexible definition of “game” before. To sum up where it currently is, I am most interested in games as the vehicle or space where play takes place. To me, games are defined first and foremost … Continue reading

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Invisible Cities: The Party Game

This weekend is another jam. A fan jam, to be exact. People will be doing stories, art and games based on some existing property all weekend. I was planning on making a video game for it, as my new computer … Continue reading

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