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Heterotopias |
"Heterotopias is a project focusing on the spaces and architecture of virtual worlds.

Heterotopias is both a digital zine and website, hosting studies and visual essays that dissect spaces of play, exploration, violence and ideology.

The zine can be bought from the pages listed on your left. Sales of the zine go directly to supporting the project.

For updates follow @heterotopiasZn or sign up to our newsletter.

Creator and Editor Gareth Damian Martin

Associate Editor Chris Priestman"
architecture  design  games  geography  gaming  videogames  chrispriestman  garethdamianmartin  vr  virtualreality  virtualworlds  play  exploration  violence  ideology 
october 2017 by robertogreco
Warp Door
"Warp Door exists in a transitive state, between dimensions, like an observatory in the middle of nowhere.*

Its interests include computer art, glitches, small and strange games, cute pocket dimensions, dolphin viruses, people.

It was founded by Tim W. and Chris Priestman in February 2014.

Warp Door has no advertisements and is funded entirely through Patreon by the kindness of people. You can also support Warp Door with a small donation, but it is not required to view it, or even participate in discussions it may encourage."

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blogs  games  gaming  videogames  indie  timw  chrispriestman  art  glitchart 
august 2016 by robertogreco
Pokémon as slavery - Kill Screen - Videogame Arts & Culture.
"It took 15 years for the Pokémon series to start looking inwardly at itself and question its own ethics. By then, it comprised videogames, anime, trading cards, toys, a whole damn franchise that might—it just might—have advocated slavery and/or animal blood sports. This isn't meant to be one of those "24 Facts That Will Ruin Your Childhood" type of articles but it might have the same effect if you haven't put any thought into the Pokémon series beyond whether to have your Rattata attack with a Tail Whip or a Bite."
games  gaming  videogames  edg  srg  slavery  pokemon  2015  chrispriestman  ethics  pokémon 
july 2015 by robertogreco

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