Over the weekend I attended a literary conference in New York City (I'm sure you all missed me terribly <3). I had a few hours to myself and decided to spend them at MoMA. Visiting art museums is always a good idea, but there was an exhibition in particular that made me hop up in excitement, … Continue reading Butter Archive #16: Video Games as Art?
So this week we've been looking at video games and other interactive fictions, and it's a topic that I think is really fascinating and interesting... so much so that I made a video essay about it! I made this last year in response to the Digital Literature course I took in 3rd year, and I … Continue reading Butter Archive #13: Are Video Games Literature?
Or "I have no idea what makes something visual pleasing or at the very least not seizure inducing" Flight Paths Flight Paths took such a long time to load I almost did not read it. I also keep losing the new pop up windows that opened up. I was actually reading These Waves of Girls … Continue reading Interactive Literature & Games: “I have no idea what visual design is”
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