Video Games as Art: Panel Discussion

VIDEO GAMES AS ART - Panel Discussion

Thursday, May 2nd, at 7:00pm in CB 412

This follows the Visiting Critic lecture by Jules de Balincourt at 5:00pm


The Painting Department proudly presents Video Games as Art, a cross-disciplinary panel discussion.

Video Games as Art focuses on
artistic experimentation with video games and questions the boundaries of the medium as it blurs
boundaries in contemporary artistic practice.

Organized by Mary Jones and Jian Shen (JS) Tan


Chris Romero (M.A. Museum Studies, NYU, Gallery Associate at bitforms NYC) is an emerging curator and writer based in New York. His Masters thesis, “Long March Restart: The Acquisition, Display and Conserva- tion of Video Games,” examines the challenges curators and conservators face as video games transition into the art museum environment. Chris is interested in various forms of time-based arts and is Gallery
Associate at bitforms nyc.


Jian Shen (JS) Tan is a 3rd year Dual Degree student at Brown and RISD where he studies Computer Science
at Brown and Furniture Design at RISD.

Zachary Salmon is a junior at Brown studying Computer Science.

Lauren Martin is a junior in painting at RISD.

Koji Yamamoto is a 3rd year Dual Degree student at Brown and RISD where he studies Animation at RISD
and Computer Science at Brown.

David Tompkins is a Junior in Painting at RISD.

Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 7:00pm

College Building, 412
2 College Street, Providence, RI 02903

Event Type

Lecture, Symposium




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