As part of the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, Professor Washko’s work “The Game: The Game” will be included in the showcase DIG (Digital, Interactive & Gaming).
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“The Game: The Game” takes the form of a dating simulator, pitting you against six men who are aggressively vying for your attention at a bar. The exhibition will open with a talk and performance from Professor Washko on January 10 at 7:00pm.
“Liquid Love” brings together works that consider expressions of love, desire, and affection when these basic human needs are highly mediated and manipulated for profit by technological platforms.
The Slamdance showcase DIG (Digital, Interactive & Gaming) features new and unseen works by emerging visual artists and indie game developers from around the world.
The 2017 UCLA Game Art Festival showcases the year’s most cutting-edge videogames and interactive arts at the Hammer Museum on November 14.
Professor Washko is giving two talks in Los Angeles about her recent work.
At the inaugural Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference at Georgia State University, Professor Washko will give the creative keynote address, titled “Going to the Source: On Interventions and Performance in Online Environments,” on Saturday, November 4 at 1:00pm.
For the festival, Professor Washko presents her performances in the fantasy role-playing game “World of Warcraft.” She occupies an avatar to interview other players about their perspectives on feminism, resulting in sometimes humorous, sometimes shocking outcomes.
Feedback is the second in a series of projects which seeks to fathom and understand the accelerating pace of social transformation brought on by technological and scientific progress through philosophy, theory, and art.
Featuring Washko’s latest iteration of her video game The Game: The Game, the exhibition invites audiences to engage with the world of pick-up artists from the point of view of a femme presenting person.