Project Details

The Video Games exhibition investigated ground-breaking video game design work from AAA studios to independent artists and rebellious player communities. Our digital media explored the design process of a curated selection of contemporary titles, examining their design inspirations and creative practices. We also created a film with key cultural commentators debating issues like politics, gender, sexuality, race and violence.

Client

Victoria and Albert Museum

Location

London, UK

Sector

Museums & Attractions

Collaborators

V&A, Pernilla Ohrstedt Studio

The Brief

‘Create a range of digital media to help explore video game design, culture and artists shaping the industry.’

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Our Response

We collaborated with Pernilla Ohrstedt Studio to design the exhibition and ensured an educational and visceral experience for the visitors. We considered how the audience would interact with the exhibits and worked to create a holistic experience.

Our digital media work features the design process of a curated selection of six contemporary titles and their creators, examining their design inspirations and creative practice. We also created an introductory video discussion with key video game commentators debating issues of politics, gender, sexuality, race and violence.

As well as, a large-scale and immersive video installation that showcases creative ways of engaging with videogames. The exhibition was praised by critics from The Guardian and Gamesradar.

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