What do postmodern architecture, Black Metal culture and ‘holy minimalist’ musical compositions have in common? Read on to find out.
Artists like Joan Pamboukes draw on the Grand Theft Auto videogames to explore real-world issues of violence, gender, and social and economic ills.
Video games have become a serious art form, as Jansson’s interview with Australian “machinima” artist Chris Howlett reveals.
Kristoffer Zetterstrand’s works draw equally from old-school computer graphics and Romantic landscape paintings.
Based on violent videogame interfaces, Swedish artist Mikael Vesavuori’s provocative artworks are the opposite of “fun and games.”
Guest blogger Mathias Jansson sketches a brief history of video game art.
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