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Friday, October 23 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Neo Lib Ear Zero

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The personal is always political. You are always entering into a battlefield of ideas and involving yourself in existing social and political dynamics in everything you create. But game creators are often either afraid to acknowledge or unable to articulate the ways they are contributing to this battlefield. Game musicians/critical writers Liz Ryerson and David Kanaga talk about the politics of making art, and how engaging in critical discourse has heavily morphed what they make and how they see the world as musicians and artists over the years.

Speakers
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David Kanaga

Intern, D Koch Games
David Kanaga is a composer and game designer. Credits include: Ada (w/ Josh Bothun, 2010); Dyad (w/Shawn McGrath, 2012); Proteus (w/Ed Key, 2013); Panoramical (w/Fernando Ramallo, 2015); Oἶκοςpiel (w/D. Koch, forthcoming).
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Liz Ryerson

Time Warrior, Ella Guro
Liz Ryerson is an independent game designer, composer, writer, and digital artist living in Berkeley, California (soon to be Portland, OR!). Her work aims to re-evaluate the ways we experience and understand digital spaces - and examine strange or forgotten threads that might lea... Read More →


Friday October 23, 2015 1:30pm - 2:30pm
City Hall City Hall, 9770 Culver Blvd # 3, Culver City, CA 90236

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