Since 2003
Works in Brooklyn, New York United States of America

Emily Conrad studied art, earth sciences, and communal living at a small Quaker college in Indiana before moving to New York to work as an artist. Most recently Conrad received a scholarship to attend New York University's Interactive Telecommunications where she is currently a graduate student. Her sculpture work has been exhibited across the United States, including several online galleries, 27 Jay in Brooklyn and a studio open by appointment. Emily Conrad lives and works in Brooklyn.
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Re: left to my own devices

I wanted to get to the back story bit, but I was stuck on the water with the crabs and couldn't go anywhere but loop back to the same screen. How can I progress from here?
geoffrey thomas wrote:

> left to my own devices uses the codes of digital games to explore a
> narrative of loss and awkward renewal. The game's main character
> navigates a space of playful interaction and fragmented animation.
> Game segments take inspiration from the shifting emotional states
> associated with loss. The character's backstory is gradually revealed
> through game play.