Hi everyone! I just wanted to announce officially that I've been brought on to write articles about the intersection of art and video games at the very cool website Video Game Tourism. My first article is about a visit to NYC that I made where I got a chance to examine the Museum Of Modern Art's seminal video game collection, particularly the cult classic Dwarf Fortress, which is known for its unofficial motto, "Loosing is fun," and how it might relate to a show of re-imagined maps in a nearby gallery. http://videogametourism.at/node/1817 Go read it and let me know what you think!
Los Angeles based Subculture and architecture obsessed artist. Designer for creative music label Orenda Records; member of the Creative Underground Los Angeles multimedia collective; writer on art history and video games for Video Game Tourism; experimental photography contributor to Mouser. Curio is a public sketchbook of sorts - a place where I can explore the huge diversity of interests that are the foundation of my art in an informal way. Expect spelling errors.