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Game Engines and the Strangeness of Modding

An archaeology of the video game engine examined through the lens of art modding (alterations to video games by players or fans). Les mer
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An archaeology of the video game engine examined through the lens of art modding (alterations to video games by players or fans).

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Table of Contents

_PR35S_5T4RT!: The Mechanisms of Art Modding
ER40R 1: A (Scroll) Down Memory Lane: Non-Play and the Vitality of 8-bit Engines in Cory Arcangel's Super Mario Bros. Mods
ER40R 2: Slaying Machines: Embodied Mimesis in ArsDoom
ER40R 3: "Perspective Engines" and the Strangeness of 3D Space in JODI's Untitled Game
ER40R 4: Generative Mods and the Violence of Sensation
ER40R 5: Random Planets and Alien (Dis)orientations in WE BUILD WORLDS
1N5ER7_C0IN T0 C0N71NU3: Intractable Spaces

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Om forfatteren

Eddie Lohmeyer is Assistant Professor of Digital Media in the Department of Games and Interactive Media at the University of Central Florida, USA. His research explores aesthetic and technical developments within histories of digital media, with a particular emphasis on video games and their relationship to traditions of the avant-garde. Additionally, his art considers embodied experience through processes of play and defamiliarization.