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archive: PlayWare at Laboral, Spain.
Posted on Friday, September 28 @ 12:27:13 CEST by julian

Exhibitions


Playware
is the second installment in the GameWorld exhibition series at Laboral in Asturias, Spain and is up and running until March 21, 2008.

Contrary to the first GameWorld exhibition - which focussed on strictly artistic explorations of computer games and gaming culture - this "expansion pack" is focussed on games that challenge traditional computer-aided play logics and interfaces

Says the site:

Playware presents the work of artists, designers, and engineers who are probing the limits and expanding the possibilities of digitally-mediated play. The exhibition establishes a continuum between two types of works:

1) ‘multiplayer’ interactive art installations that explore, often in the form of a game, new methods of playful interaction with digital information

2) ‘art game’ software made for everyday computers and gaming systems that differ from their more commercial siblings in their use of abstract, whimsical, or surreal animated environments.

Works at Playware include PingPongPlus (above image), Perfect Time, Bump, Linerider, Armadillo Run, flOw and Toribash.

See the project page here.


 
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