Marieke Verbeisen will give the presentation “Bit Crushes & Square Waves” about her exhibition series Sonic Game Space at the Digital Narrative Network Conference. The conference and exhibition is a cross-faculty initiative that will present a keynote by N. Katherine Hayles on literature and AI, a series of presentations by scholars, artists and authors, and an exhibition of digital narratives.
Marieke Verbiesen: “Bit Crushes & Square Waves”
A presentation of the Sonic Game Space exhibition series I have been organising in Bergen – with a new upcoming show at USF in 2020. Sonic Game Space is a project that combines Exhibitions, Workshops, Presentations and Live performances, centered around the works by a group of artists that are connected trough their work in early game console art. Their output spans a spectrum of forms including videos, performance & live music, sculpture & installation, often extending beyond the computer screen. Sonic Game Space investigates the concepts of playing with and exploring the obsolete game consoles that have had, and continue to have, a key influence on the development of audiovisual art and technology.
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