Curation

Curation

Glitch Gallery: Press START to Art, 2012
San Jose State University, Gallery 5, San Jose, CA
A mini-arcade of games and art showcasing current student work from Art 175: Game Design Studio and the Game Development Club at San Jose State.
Cooperative Gaming Co-op, 2012
ZER01, Works / San Jose, San Jose, CA
A DIY arcade and game center for the people. A place where we can swap our old used games or games we made, play games made by our friends, family, lovers, professors. A place where we Share and Play together. A space that we own as gamers. The Arcade is Dead. Long live the Arcade.
BURN OUT, 2012
San Jose State University, Gallery II, San Jose, CA
An arcade inspired grand bizare of current student work from Art 175: Art Games and Interactive Media and the Game Development Club at San Jose State.
Craft and Punishment, 2011
Evergreen Valley College Art Gallery, San Jose, CA
Is there a dialog between art and craft in game design? Where does such a distinction lead? Is digital pain the new pleasure? Produced in collaboration with James Morgan.
Lean to Play Too, 2011
Euphrat Museum of Art, Cupertino, CA
Through expanding projects, programming, and networking, Lean to Play Too aims to use the broad topic of games to encourage dialogue, discussion, and engage campus and community, all ages. Produced in collaboration with James Morgan.
Lean to Play, 2010
Euphrat Museum of Art, Cupertino, CA
Learn to Play presents a selection of poetic, artistic, and artful games that embody the qualities of human existence, focusing on the experience of playing and learning to play. The characteristics of these games echo human nature, teaching us who and what we are, or can be. Produced in collaboration with James Morgan.
Switch_Curatorial i20, 2005
_switch Journal for New Media
Explore with us, the emerging systems of unchecked informationscape. This selection of works was coded in python with PyOpenGL, Pygame, Twisted and SLUT. Network visualization never tasted so good.
Switch_Curatorial i18, 2003
_switch Journal for New Media
An online curation, highlighting substantial programming based works examining the beauty of code and logic. Produced in collaboration with Michael Chernobrod.

John Bruneau 2013