jasoneppink

Member Since January 8, 2013


Not that anyone's still paying attention to this thread, but I keep referring to it, so it's still useful to drop this prior art from 1883 if only for my ...
I don't think the tension is between "general audiences and sophisticated visitors" as much as it is about grappling with cultural artifacts that have vastly different intentions, contexts, and needs ...
Also (at the risk of having a monologue with myself here) I should note that 7 developers created gallery versions for the exhibition at my request, and another 2 already ...
You're entirely correct when you write that "some of the experience of playing these games gets lost when presented in a public space". It's a concern that we regularly grapple ...
"Spying at the wall" was likely inspired by the WWII-era Kilroy was here graffiti doodle/meme.