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The State of Games at MoMA 4 Years Later

Figuring out how to collect videogames has presented a unique set of challenges for MoMA’s curators. Since videogames are relatively new as a form of art and design—and since rigorous academic debate about the dangers of games are still ongoing—curators of videogames have to be extra careful about what games they decide to add to […]
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Codeology: Bringing to Life the Art and Science of Code

Codeology is an open-source project that brings to life the art and science of code. An algorithm analyzes GitHub projects and creates unique organic forms based on the codebase size and language. As no two pieces of code are alike, no two Codeology forms are alike. Source: Codeology
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Indigenous Games & Game Devs You Should Know

This particular list was brought to you by Melissa, a fellow FemHype writer, after a rousing discussion with Ishki regarding the importance of indigenous stories in games. Ishki is an independent game developer who was featured in a recent remeshed article, “7 More Women of Color Game Developers You Should Know.” Source: Sunday Loot: Indigenous […]
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Titan to Bring “Sherlock” Manga to U.S. and U.K.

The manga adaptation of the hit BBC drama “Sherlock” will at long last be released in English in the United States and United Kingdom. Titan Comics announced this morning at the ComicsPRO retailer summit in Portland, Oregon, that it will debut “Sherlock: A Study in Pink” in June. Source: Titan to Bring “Sherlock” Manga to […]
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A Must Listen: Interview with Irish e-lit artist, Michael Maguire

Such a worthwhile 46 minutes – take the time to listen to Michael Maguire, one of the most positive and genuine people working in eliterature today [with a great interview style by James O’Sullivan]: In December 2015, I met with Michael Maguire, and had a conversation with him about his work as a digital artist […]