A lab supporting artists making experimental video games and other game forms, and it advances games-related research, education, and awareness.
Provides a nurturing space and community for game art, supported by computer resources and the expertise of lab faculty and staff. The lab also works with various artists, scholars, and the public to advance game education.
Who We Serve
Supports students and faculty across all disciplines, collaborates with other game arts organizations and programs, and serves the community to promote education and awareness of games as a potent and popular art form.
Mission and Goals
To support artists making experimental video games and other game forms, and advance games-related research, education, and awareness. The lab’s projects and programs challenge conventions of how games look and feel, how they are played via the body and various interfaces, and what subjects or topics games may address in our culture or world.