Games

Videos

Type:Rider – History of typography as game and installation

Type:Rider – History of typography as game and installation

Posted October 14th, 2013

Apps, Design, Featured, Games, Installations, Typography, Videos

« Throughout the history of letters it is, ultimately, the history of Humanity that is being told » Jérome Peignot Type: Rider narrates the history of typography in an adventure and puzzle game. Download the entire game on the AppStore and Google Play! Type: Rider… Read More

Mobile

Artistico – Art world goes mobile gaming

Artistico – Art world goes mobile gaming

Posted July 30th, 2013

Art History, Games, Mobile

PlayArt Labs, a developer of cultural-themed mobile games, today launched its first app Artistico, which is a game set in a world of visual art. PlayArt Labs created Artistico to entertain and stimulate cultural awareness as players progress through a series of fun and challenging… Read More

Shows

ZKM Gameplay – Video games and experimental play get permanent exhibitions

ZKM Gameplay – Video games and experimental play get permanent exhibitions

Posted June 27th, 2013

Digital Art, Games, Shows

ZKM_Gameplay is the new permanent exhibition on the theme of video games and experimental forms of play. The opening took place as part of the festival of science EFFEKTE on June 21, 2013. Computer games have been exhibited at the ZKM | Karlsruhe since its… Read More

Videos

Talk: Why Paola Antonelli brought Pac-Man to MoMA

Talk: Why Paola Antonelli brought Pac-Man to MoMA

Posted May 30th, 2013

Design, Games, Talks, Videos

When the Museum of Modern Art’s senior curator of architecture and design announced the acquisition of 14 video games in 2012, “all hell broke loose.” In this far-ranging, entertaining, and deeply insightful talk, Paola Antonelli explains why she’s delighted to challenge preconceived ideas about art… Read More

Music

Fatima Al Qadiri – Artist from the Future

Fatima Al Qadiri – Artist from the Future

Posted April 24th, 2013

Contemporary Art, Digital Art, Games, Kuwait, Music

Fatima Al Qadiri is a New York-based Kuwaiti visual artist and composer. She has performed and exhibited at the Tate Modern (part of K48 Kontinuum), MoMA PS1, Gwangju Design Biennale, Art Dubai and The Third Line. Al Qadiri is a contributing editor at DIS Magazine… Read More

Popculture

The Evolution Of Real Time PC Graphics

The Evolution Of Real Time PC Graphics

Posted February 7th, 2013

3D, Computer Art, Games, Graphic Art, Popculture

In case you don’t play video games you might have missed out on the amazing movie like quality of releases like “Arkham City” which make playing a game so realistic that you have to hold your breath here and there. Youtube User PerfecthandVideos has put… Read More

Games

The Art Game – A Monochrome 8-Bit Adventure

The Art Game – A Monochrome 8-Bit Adventure

Posted February 6th, 2013

Digital Art, Games

Play the Art Game! Experience the exhilaration of making art you really believe in! Experience the agony of rejection by the curatorial team! Consider selling out and just making what people seem to want! Change your mind again and follow your dreams! Be a star… Read More

Netherlands

Cello Fortress – A game by Joost van Dongen

Cello Fortress – A game by Joost van Dongen

Posted January 17th, 2013

Events, Games, Interactive Art, Music, Netherlands

Cello Fortress is a unique combination of a game and a live music performance. A cellist defends a fortress by improvising on his cello. Melodies control the guns, dissonant notes activate the flamethrowers. Players from the audience use game controllers to steer their tanks and… Read More

Videos

Fist Full of Quarters – King of Kong and the Death of the American arcade

Fist Full of Quarters – King of Kong and the Death of the American arcade

Posted January 16th, 2013

Documentaries, Games, Videos

If you’re also sick and tired of the endless “are video games art?” discussion, we got a short documentary on classic arcades, one of the best feature-length documentaries ever made and a drop dead story by Laura June from The Verge which is probably going… Read More