Posts Tagged ‘Jason Rohrer

26
Aug
10

Art History of Games

Here are all the sessions from the Art History of Games symposium in Atlanta, recorded for your viewing pleasure. Haven’t gone through all of these myself but just looking at the topics and the names present on stage, it’s safe to assume this is something that you have to watch:

The Art History of Games

Sharp, JohnSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal Arts
Doorknobs and Butterflies: Games After Art Lantz, FrankSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsNYU Game Center
Image Games Paul, ChristianeSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsNew School (New York, N.Y.)Whitney Museum of American Art
Interactive Storytelling is our Project Xanadu Rohrer, JasonSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal Arts
Keynote Panel Discussion: John Romero, Christiane Paul, Harvey Smith, Richard Lemarchand; Moderator, Ian Bogost Romero, JohnPaul, ChristianeSmith, HarveyLemarchand, Richard;Bogost, IanSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsId SoftwareNew School (New York, N.Y.)Whitney Museum of American ArtArkane StudiosNaughty Dog, Inc.Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Literature, Communication, and Culture
Masters Among Us Romero, JohnSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsId Software
One Falls for Each of Us: The Prototyping of Tragedy Brathwaite, BrendaSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal Arts
Over games Harvey, AurieaSamyn, MichaelSavannah College of Art and Design;Georgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsTale of Tales
Panel Discussion: Jay David Bolter, Celia Pearce, Henry Lowood ; Moderator, Michael Nitsche Bolter, J. DavidPearce, CeliaLowood, HenryNitsche, Michael;Savannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsGeorgia Institute of Technology. School of Literature, Communication, and CultureStanford University
Panel Discussion: Jesper Juul, Frank Lantz, John Sharp ; Moderator, Christoph Kluetsch Sharp, JohnJuul, JesperLantz, FrankKluetsch, ChristophSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsNYU Game Center
Panel Discussion: Nathalie Pozzi, Eric Zimmerman, Tale of tales ; Jason Rohrer, Brenda Brathwaite ; Moderator John Sharp Pozzi, NathalieZimmerman, EricHarvey, AurieaSamyn, Michael;Rohrer, JasonBrathwaite, BrendaSharp, JohnSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsTale of Tales
Players are artists too Lowood, HenrySavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsStanford University
Play’s the Thing: Games as fine art Pearce, CeliaSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsGeorgia Institute of Technology. School of Literature, Communication, and Culture
The Pure Game: A Short History of Video Game Aesthetics Juul, JesperSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsNYU Game Center
Sixteen Tons Pozzi, NathalieZimmerman, EricSavannah College of Art and Design;Georgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal Arts
Videogames & the two avant-gardes Bolter, J. DavidSchrank, Brian J.Savannah College of Art and Design;Georgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal ArtsGeorgia Institute of Technology. School of Literature, Communication, and Culture
What is an Art History of Games? Nitsche, MichaelBogost, IanSharp, JohnSavannah College of Art and DesignGeorgia Institute of Technology. College of Liberal Arts;Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Literature, Communication, and Culture
09
Jul
09

Into the Night with Jason Rohrer and Chris Crawford

Vodpod videos no longer available.

Documentary shot by Franco-German TV arte, following two highly acclaimed game designers: Jason Rohrer (Passage, Between) and Chris Crawford (game designer and theoretician who started his career in the ’80). The documentary was shot in San Francisco at this year’s GDC.

This is a fantastic piece of television, an unusually mature and tasteful take on game design, so don’t waste your time, just click play.

I added the video on Vimeo using Diebussy’s original upload.

Update: Uh-Oh! Apparently, the good people at Vimeo deleted the video I uploaded. Copyright issues have been broken. If you still want to watch this great documentary, please use the above link.




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