Public Play – Masterclass *cancelled
There’s a whole world out there to play in. So how can we get people to join in? What are the tricks and techniques that we can use to create play experiences designed to be stumbled across in public space? And what are our responsibilities if we’re making a game for a shared space? Learn about existing work in this area, try out some new ideas and discuss the wider context of public-space playful work in this masterclass.
In the masterclass the participants will learn more about the working practice of Holly Gramazio, as half of Matheson Marcault, and be working together on a big visual outdoor playful artwork
Tickets can also be purchased on Friday at the Festival’s Info Desk. Please note that payment there will only be possible in cash and not by card.
About Holly Gramazio
Holly Gramazio is a game designer with a particular interest in site-specific work and physicality. As Lead Game Designer at Hide&Seek she led on projects including The New Year Games, a street game for 12,000 players; Castle, Forest, Island, Sea, an online game for the Open University exploring philosophy and reason in a crumbling castle; and 99 Tiny Games, an installation of low-tech games across every borough of London.
They focus on the words, play, installations, and interactive history.