Tine Bech Studio is showing Chromatic Play at Games Europe Plays exhibition and joins a panel to talk about the future of the gaming industry and creativity/collaboration in design.
The exhibition looks at independent European digital games for young people (4+) and their families. It brings together some of the most visionary artists and engineers of digital games and learning, working in the field. The Games Europe Plays is hosted by The Finnish Institute in London and EUNIC London as part of the London Games Festival Fringe Programme.
The exhibition is the first in a series of three shows initiated by EUNIC London and curated by body technologist and digital expert Ghislaine Boddington. They will bring to the UK the best independent and innovative games made in Europe with a strong emphasis on design, visuality, virtual interactivity and physical engagement. Suitable for everyone from 4 years old.
Join a panel debate on Thursday 7 April at 6pm which will explore the state of gaming in Europe today. Panellists include journalist and TV presenter Kate Russell (UK), play designer and artist Tine Bech (Denmark/UK) and the Director of the Finnish game industry hub neogames KooPee Hiltunen, moderated by curator Ghislaine Boddington.
Come and play at:
Finnish Institute in London
Unit 1, 3 York Way, London N1C 4AE
The exhibition is open to the public from 2 – 10 April 2016:
Mon, Wed-Fri 12am-6pm, Tues 12am-8pm, Sat-Sun 11am-5pm,
The Games Europe Plays is initiated by EUNIC London with the Czech Centre and coordinated by the Finnish Institute. Supported by the British Council, it is presented as part of the London Games Festival Fringe Programme, at the University of Greenwich and Nesta’s FutureFest 2016. With additional support from the Czech Centre, the Danish Embassy, the Goethe-Institut London and the Swedish Embassy.