Input/Output

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

Invitation to display and interact with my game “Crossing the Bridge.” Input/output is a show by artists who use games to present interactive art addressing social issues such as immigration. “These artistic games highlight how a didactic message is understood through play,” says a press release. The forms range from board games to mobile apps, and the works sit alongside examples of classic games like Frogger, Tank and Battleship. The exhibit was created by Sewickley Arts Initiative (SAI) aims to support and promote contemporary visual art in the region, to enhance the cultural life of Sewickley and aid the revitalization efforts of Sewickley’s business district and curated by Andrew Y. Ames. The game was on display on October 2012.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Oct 2012

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