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Artists at Play: Claudia Hart’s Sensitive 3D

Artists at Play: Claudia Hart's Sensitive 3D
From character rigging to texturing, in the multibillion dollar commercial 3D game design industry an abundance of meticulous considerations are taken daily. But among the vast parts that comprise this machine, one detail has been historically neglected–gender sensitivity. Artist and School of the Art Institute of Chicago instructor Claudia Hart utilizes 3D animation technology to respond to... 

Artists at Play: Jeffrey Daniels’ Social Games

Artists at Play: Jeffrey Daniels’ Social Games
While games have historically crept their way into many creative endeavors– Surrealist, Dada, and Fluxus artists alike–the popularization of home video game systems in the 1990s  brought with it a new set of artists creating altered “art games” and a new batch of critical eyes on games as a medium. Jeffrey Daniels, a Chicago artist, poet, professor, and School of the Art Institute... 

Artists at Play: Patrick Lichty in the Virtual Realm

Artists at Play: Patrick Lichty in the Virtual Realm
The year is 2072. The world is a post-apocalyptic dystopia. Entire cities are in shambles from tactical nukes. Seven giant mega-corporations rein over powerless governments, and technology has advanced the internet to a vast 3-D matrix. Meanwhile, DNA mutations are sprinkling populations with magic-wielding “metahumans.” This is the world of Shadowrun, a role-playing game where cyberpunk and... 
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