IndieCade supports the development of independent games and organizes a series of international events to promote the future of indie games.
Tag: Paolo Pedercini
The Athens Games Festival is the first international game business conference in Greece, that will take place on 28-29 October 2017 at the Helexpo Maroussi exhibition centre in Attica.
For two days in September, Google brings together some of Pittsburgh’s leading designers, artists, technologists, and researchers, including School of Art faculty.
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 »
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.
The 6th International Independent Games and Playful Media Festival, A MAZE. / Berlin is an international platform for unique and experimental games, playful media, and interactive digital art.
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 »
Pedercini participates in Games and Politics (Spiele und Politik) at the Goethe Institute in Washington D.C., Mar 15-20. The interactive exhibition “Games & Politics” encourages the visitor to try out sixteen significant politically-ambitious video games and examine how they each unfold their unique political potential. The political aspect of the games becomes visible to the… Read more »
The traveling exhibition GAMES AND POLITICS analyzes the way in which the games unfold their political potential.
“Technologies of Violence” explores the critical relations between art and the contemporary production of violence and the digital technologies, as well as the techniques that power uses to impose itself through violence.