Tag: Paolo Pedercini

Paolo Pedercini

Paolo Pedercini is a game developer, artist and educator. At CMU he teaches experimental game design, creative coding, and animation. He was born in Italy and migrated to the United States in 2007 to study integrated media arts at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Paolo’s artistic practice deals with the relationship between electronic entertainment and ideology…. Read more »

Professor Pedercini Speaks at Game Happens!

Associate Professor of Art Paolo Pedercini speaks at Game Happens! June 23-24 in Genova, Italy, which investigates the relationship between performance and experience, theatre and virtual reality, narrative and environmental design.

Professor Paolo Pedercini’s “Casual Games for Protestors” Featured in Vice

Associate Professor Paolo Pedercini and multi-disciplinary artist Harry Josephine Giles’ initiative “Casual Games for Protestors” was featured in Vice. These games don’t need much preparation, and are meant to be played by pairs or groups during marches with the goal to help the spirit of protest endure. Based on Giles’s Casual Games “for Casual Walkers”… Read more »