New GamePlay

Nam June Paik Art Center, Seoul, Korea
Curator: Bernhard Serexhe, Stephan Schwingeler, Hyejin Park
Artists: Gold Extra, Niklas Roy, Thatgamecompany, Dejobaan Games, Rafaël Rozendaal, London Studio & Sony Computer Entertainment, Lea Schönfelder & Peter Lu, Lucas Pope, Mario von Rickenbach, Mikengreg, Marc Lee, Nam June Paik, Vector Park, Bill Viola, USC Game Innovation Lab, Ah Keung & Awesapp, Atari, Anna Anthropy, Alan Kwan, Everyware, Jens M. Stober, Orhan Kipcak & Reinhard Urban, Zachary Libermann & Golan Lewin, Jeffrey Shaw, JODI, KIT (The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Christoph Niemann, Kiyoshi Furukawa & Masaki Fujihata & Wolfgang Münch, Kiyoshi Furukawa & Wolfgang Münch, Molleindustria, Paidia Institute, Feng Mengbo, Peter Brinson & Kurosh ValaNejad, 11 Bit Studios

Exhibited Artwork

10.000 Moving Cities - Same but Different, VR (Virtual Reality)

Interactive net-and-telepresence-based installation

10.000 Moving Cities - Same but Different deals with urbanization and globalization in the digital age. The user moves through visual worlds posted publicly by others on social networks such as YouTube, Flickr or Twitter. Here these personal impressions are streamed in real time like windows to our changing world. The viewer participates in the social movements of our time and makes a virtual journey more …

Reflective surface in rainbow colors, title New Gameplay

New Gameplay - Nam June Paik Art Center

Nam June Paik Art Center, Seoul
Book softcover, 335 pages
English, 한국 (Korean)
Jinsuk Suh
ISBN: 978-89-971283-3-4 (93600), CIP: 2017002824

Table of Contents
Foreword - Jinsuk Suh
Development Needs Subversion: Strategie s in Art and Gameplay - Bernhard Serexhe
The Politicizati on of Videogames? From creati ve subversion of technology to explicit political signifiers - Stephan Schwingeler
Interview: Conversations with Artists - Hyejin Park

Homage a Nam June Paik, Media Art in the Context of Games, Hacking/Modifying Technology, Urban Play, Society and Games, Games and Apps
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