SAT 20 APR-SUN 8 SEP
This is the first exhibition to fully consider the complexity of videogames, positioning them as one of the most important design fields of our time. Curated by Marie Foulston and Kristian Volsing of the V&A, the exhibition focuses on videogames designed and developed since the mid-2000s, when major technological advancements transformed the way games are designed, discussed and played. From multi-million-dollar blockbuster titles to smaller independent games and the work of DIY artists from a hacker/maker culture, the exhibition explores current international debates as well as the creative contributions made to game culture by the players themselves.
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This venue is wheelchair accessible.