Mish Mash

Doron Hirsch (NL)

Mish Mash is an experimental game for creating surrealistic and expansive collaborative drawings. It is an enhanced digital variation on the game Cadavre Exquis (exquisite corpse) invented by surrealist artists in the 1920s. Mish Mash is a turned-based game where each participant adds their drawing to the previous player’s drawing, without seeing the bigger picture.


In Mish Mash werk je samen met anderen aan een surrealistische en almaar groeiende tekening. Het is een eigentijdse digitale variant op Cadavre Exquis, een spel bedacht door kunstenaars uit het surrealisme van de jaren twintig. Bij toerbeurt voegen deelnemers stukjes toe aan de vorige tekening, om pas aan het einde het grote geheel te onthullen.


About Doron Hirsch

My artwork integrates the mediums of performance and spatial installation. Creating an environment wherein one takes a trip into a temporary reality spiced with fantastical elements. It is important to me that you, as a visitor, would maintain a certain degree of liberty. That you would be free to view and interact as possibilities emerge in your new surroundings, at times enabling you to directly affect how the piece will evolve. This dialogue in turn attributes surprise, unpredictability, and playfulness to the work as it unravels in real-time.

In the last 4 years I started working on a new channel in my work that falls best under the category of game design. Most of the games are designed for mobile platforms and focus on incorporating the players own creative content into the game.



16 Jun 2018


16:00 - 17:00




Doron Hirsch


Doron Hirsch
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