Art critic, curator, and INSTRUCTOR Valentina Tanni has written a penetrating REVIEW of GAME VIDEO/ART. A SURVEY. Titled "The dangerous liaisons between video games and video art", the article cogently ilLUMINATES both the conceptual and pragmatic process behind the exhibition.
Not incidentally, as a curator, Tanni introduced game-based artworks in Italy in the early Zeros. Consider, for instance, the seminal L’oading. Genetically Modified Videogames exhibition, which took place in Syracuse, Sicily, as early as 2003. Tanni is also the cofounder of Exibart and ArtTribune, Italy's most popular art publications. Among her latest projects is a show about .gif art, STOP AND GO.
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