Maya Man

Seeing yourself in the data

The Politics of Live-Action Role Play Experiences

A chat with Mario Mu on May 24th 9am PDT

Nick Murray

The intimacy and expanse of interactive narrative

The Human Dimension of Virtual Reality

A chat with Rachel Rossin on May 20th at 12pm PDT/3pm EDT

Will Robertson and Alfredo Salazar-Caro

Transcending the confines of a museum

Rui Hu

The infinite futures of games

Lana Z Porter

Interaction revolutionizes connection

Rosalie Yu

Participatory and embodied photography is feminism

Sam & Andy Rolfes

Putting the life in livestream

Skawennati

Nurturing Indigenous imagination in virtual worlds

Balancing a career as a game designer and a conceptual artist

Our chat with Zach Gage

Exploring the material culture of video games through jewelry and metalwork

Our chat with Lauren Eckert

Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley

Creating game worlds from excessive and autonomous archives

Mun Kao and Zedeck Siew

Art and writing is game design

Rachel Rossin

Entropy from infinity

Mario Mu

Games bleed into politics

Gareth Wrighton

The glitch in the matrix

How to Design Avatars From Video Games to VR

Our chat with Facebook Reality Labs' Dino Ignacio

Leo Castañeda

Interrogating the core of interaction

Jacky Connolly

Mining memories for suburban fantasies

Salome Asega

Cultivating the ecosystem of art and technology

Zahra Rasool

Immersive stories through justice and journalism

Gayatri Kodikal

Excavating the ruins of history, time, and play

Ines Alpha

The future of makeup is 3D

Carson Lynn

Sculpting with virtual light

Milan & Neilson Koerner-Safrata

The myth and poetry of game engines

Foreign Objects

Creating artifacts from our networked world

Francis Tseng

Towards just futures through simulation

Alfatih

Cracking open digital utopias

Yasmin Elayat

Art drives innovation

Nicole He

Talking to computers

Elizabeth LaPensée

Enacting sovereignty through play

Andrew Thomas Huang

Assembling universes with magic and motion

Kareem Ettouney

Imbuing gameplay with impressionism

Keiken

Towards new collective belief through CGI cinema

“I often work on projects where how it feels to play is more important than what you actually do.”