THE BRAIN GAME "MAGNESIA" - interactive installation

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The Game Science Center Berin

Charlottenstrasse 1
10969 Berlin













THE BRAIN GAME "MAGNESIA"
The installation is a result of a collaboration between Tatiana Vilela, Kati Hyyppä and Karina Smigla-Bobinski while “The Brain – Open Lab”, a temporary creative work and exchange hub in Berlin for digital artists, game creators and forward thinkers. It was initiated and funded by the Polish Institute Berlin and the Institut Français Germany in partnership with A MAZE. The keywords for the project are human brains, digital/virtual networks, rational and emotional memories, collective intellegence, perception, digital archives and open knowledge. Curated by Thorsten S Wiedemann, festival director of A MAZE. > more



Tatiana Vilela (FR) - www.mechbird.fr
Kati Hyyppä (FI) – www.katihyyppa.com
Karina Smigla-Bobinski - www.smigla-bobinski.com









The Game Science Center Berin
The Game Science Center is a small, interactive Future Museum, run by a four-member team of game developers. In the exhibition in the heart of Berlin the independent start-up presents a carefully picked lineup of innovative technologies and playful projects. You will learn about and try out futuristic ways to interact with computers. No matter your age or technical knowledge, you will have a great time controlling games with your eyes, through gestures, and more. In addition to being a museum, the GSC is also a place for workshops and private or corporate events. > more








further information - www.smigla-bobinski.com or