A van Gogh might be impossible for most of us to own in real life, but this computer game makes it a simple transaction
MTA Country, a new satiric game from Everyday Arcade lets players navigate the crumbling transit system.
“I’m interested in using games as a way to engage in and critique the fine art world, especially the economics of that world,” said Grayson Earle, an Integrated Media Arts adjunct professor at Hunter College and SUNY Baruch, and member of The Illuminator.
The widely beloved open world video game of Minecraft will now offer a new activity for its players to explore: interactive artworks presented by the Tate, the third installment of which was just released last week.
It’s all fun and games until the thinly veiled artifice of a virtual world becomes all too real.
Hohokum, a video game where you play a long, thin worm that changes color based on direction, isn’t just an art-ier version of Snakes.