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Professor Thomas M. Malaby
Thomas Malaby is Professor and Chair of Anthropology in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he studies virtual worlds, games, institutions, and indeterminacy.
His primary interest is in the relationships among institutions, unpredictability, and technology, particularly as they are realized through games and game-like processes.
Edinburgh HacklabGrace Kane is a founding member of the Edinburgh Hacklab, part of the worldwide movement of Hackerspaces – shared spaces for people who mess around with technology for fun. Edinburgh Hacklab was launched on 24th August 2010 and is now based at Summerhall on the south side of Edinburgh. If you’d like to see or use the space, contact us or come to one of our open events.
Rosa Menkman is a Dutch artist and theorist who likes to focus on visual artifacts created by accidents in both analogue and digital media.
" The visuals I make are the result of glitches, compressions, feedback and other forms of noise. Although many people perceive these accidents as negative experiences, I emphasize their positive consequences: I believe that these artifacts facilitate an important insight into the otherwise obscure world of media resolutions. "
Kurt J. Mack
On the 28th March 2011 Kurt J Mack loaded a new of Minecraft and since then he's been walking west in search of the edge of this infintelty generating universe the farlands. Its a quest he's been sharing in a youtube game channel - Farlands or Bust.
A selection of downloadable programmes, perfect for the journey home