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Images swirl on a screen. A controller in front of it invites you to grab on and start playing. Is this a game? Or is it art? How can you tell the difference between a computer game and new media art? Like any new media technology, interactive computers have established cultural positions by shifting existing understandings of the proper place of things. A… (More)
As computer games become more 'realistic', reality is becoming more like computer games. The ways that space is simulated in games and mediated in actual space are commingled. This suggests that a significant change in the ways that space is socially produced is taking place. Lefebvre's  critical account of social space has become complicated with the… (More)