The above game is the first in a series created by video game designer Pippin Barr as part of an ongoing collaboration with MAI. This game requires Adobe Flash Player. To read more about the Counting the Rice exercise, click here.
Forthcoming from IMMATERIAL:
More Abramovic Method Games from Pippin Barr
Pippin Barr is a video game maker and critic who lives and works in Malta. His games address everything from airplane safety instructions to contemporary art. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand and teaches prototyping and game design at the University of Malta. Pippin also writes a blog of game and game design criticism and his book, How to Play a Video Game, introduces the uninitiated and culturally curious to the world of video games. His website can be found here.
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Gary Lichtenstein Editions at Mana for MAI
Marina Abramovic Institute Print
Limited edition prints made by Gary Lichtenstein Editions at Mana Contemporary for MAI Original photograph by Matthu Placek Three prints, 15 editions + 3 Artist Proofs
Moroso for MAI
Counting the Rice Concrete Table Produced by Moroso Designed by Daniel Libeskind Edition of 30
Portal Chair Produced by Moroso Designed by Patricia Urquiola Multiple color versions, Edition of 30