A multidisciplinary team of interior designers and art directors based in Madrid and Barcelona, created an ephemeral installation that gives a visual perception of a projected beam of light. The installation is named (Fos), the name as the team itself, appropriately translating to ‘melted’ in catalan and ‘light’ in greek. In this project the intention was to give the illusion of an artificial light shining from above made by using over 250 meters of yellow tape, pineapples, painted pieces of art, lawn furniture and … a lamp, creating a visual spectacle between perspective and colored volumes.
Author and illustrator Bob Staake has been altering vintage children’s books covers to create his twisted series, “Bad Little Children’s Books.” Staake has authored or illustrated more than 60 (non-twisted) children’s books and 17 New Yorker covers.
SPATIAL NARRATIVE is a collection of works that experiment with exploration. They let us probe game worlds with minimalist or avant garde landscapes, engage in experimental storytelling in a virtual space, and negotiate physical and social play in the ‘real world’.
Join us to experience latest of what forward-thinking artists and game designers around the world are creating in their attempts to redefine what it means to be a video game.
During the year, LUNARCADE organizes two different kinds of events: CIRCUS, an event in which a selection of indie games sharing specific aesthetics, interactivity, or meaning is shown to the public, and FACTORY, workshops and game jams on specific themes. The events are free and open to everyone: they serve as a meeting point for the community of designers and authors, introduce people into independent game development and culture, and help those that want to approach game development as an artistic endeavor.