[NetBehaviour] can anyone remember a project where artists were interviewed in an online shooter game?
ignotus at gmail.com
Thu Jan 16 23:47:24 CET 2020
Spartan Life seems likely. The hosts would try to take the interviewee to a
"safe" zone of the world. Interviews we frequently interrupted by taking
out marauding players or having to reboot if the hosts or interviewee was
taken out instead. It was a mix of hilarious context and thought-provoking
questions (ISTR). Only saw it a few times, but it stuck with me. Joseph
DeLappe's staging of episodes of "Friends" inside Halo (or whatever FPS/RPG
it was) is another example of the concept.
On Thu, Jan 16, 2020 at 4:37 PM abram stern via NetBehaviour <
netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> Maybe it was This Spartan Life - here's the Peggy Ahwesh episode
> On Thu, Jan 16, 2020 at 2:29 PM Helen Varley Jamieson <
> helen at creative-catalyst.com> wrote:
>> hi hive mind,
>> can anyone out there remember a project, i guess about 10 years ago or
>> manybe more, where artists were interviewed inside an online shooter game?
>> maybe some of you were interviewed? i know i watched at least one & i'm
>> pretty sure it was someone like annie who was being interviewed (i have a
>> terrible memory, i know ... )
>> i met an artist who has a performance project in a multiplayer game (
>> http://www.leonhardmuellner.at/operation-janewalk/) & it reminded me of
>> that project & i was telling him about it but couldn't remember the name of
>> the project or who made it ... ??
>> h : )
>> helen varley jamieson
>> helen at creative-catalyst.com
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> Abram Stern (aphid)
> PhD Candidate, Film and Digital Media
> University of California, Santa Cruz
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