Everything is Entangled
How do you make sense of a complicated world? Too often the massive systems that we live and work within are presented to us as simple, separate, and static. Interactive media let us engage with systems in greater complexity, seeing ourselves in relation to something bigger.
Playful narrative environments.
New art and writing in public spaces.
Difficult texts interpreted with nuance.
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Years of study
I am a critical historical practitioner working with games and technology.
My work looks at play, labour and games within material and symbolic systems of every scale: from the tiny emotional loops of caring for a virtual pet, to the massive macro network of meaning making in late capitalism. I work at the intersection between games and art in both digital and analogue media, creating writing, video, and interactive pieces.