Monthly Archives: May 2015

Gaby Cepeda on the Girls Of The Internet Museum

AA: It’s interesting that the GIM evolved from a research project about ephemeral curatorial practice; while GIM has an eternal archive (at least as long as Tumblr exists), many of the works stem from more traditional ephemera. How do you … Continue reading

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Epanalepsis Trailer

I’ve been making a game for the last six months called Epanalepsis. It is a science fictiony game about time and cities and contemporary life and it doesn’t really fit a lot of the traditional boundaries of adventure games. It will … Continue reading

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On Heart of the Swarm

Yesterday I closed out my writing for the end of the semester and decided to attempt to finish up Heart of the Swarm. Heart, or HOTS as it is sometimes known, is the Zerg (read: space bugs) campaign follow-up to the Terran … Continue reading

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Tuscon Art Press Exhibit: Trip Report

A few weeks back I was in Tuscon for a conference, and while I was there the first (annual?) TAPE happened. I saw the signs around the touristy spots, and a friend and I wandered over in order to figure … Continue reading

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