Project Type: Guest Lectures
Identities and Video Games: Personal and Collective Stories Against Standardisation
A talk focused on autobiographical and folk narratives in indie games.
Fragmented Narratives and Hyper-Novels: How Video Game as a Medium Is Reinventing Folklore Today
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine and Somewhere are two video games that, thanks to their peculiar structure, by mirroring the oral tradition of storytelling, push the boundaries of the medium to their limits, becoming the perfect anthologies of local (almost forgotten) folk tales.
Video Games as Representations and Reinterpretations of History
July 13, 2018 @ Pisa, Italy ENG | ITA [ENG] Video Games as Representations and Reinterpretations of History Today video games push the boundaries of entertainment, thus becoming a form of cultural expression and addressing important and universal themes. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the history of human kind plays an increasingly central…
The Impact of Curation
The practice of organising an event transcends the pragmatic aspect of coordinating a team: you are building a new space, and every decision you make should mirror your values.