Videogames are often described in terms of folk art. Sensationalized as fairy tale monsters, seducers that steal people from their families, away from health and creativity, away from social mores into an all-encompassing netherworld at once violent and unreal. Equally, videogames have also been tagged as heroes of the digital age – heralded as changing the way we learn and engage with each other, and offering new material for creating new art forms. In this series of exhibitions, we look at the relationship of games with other art forms and … Continue reading About