So this week my art game, Borders, a game about immigration, was finally installed as an art installation at Lamar University's Art Department till March 3rd! Although I created this game last year, it was updated to work as a public installation to not only exhibit video games as an art form, … Continue reading BORDERS: Immigration Art Game Installation!
Pixels, Paints, and Pixels? How Indie Game Art Styles Affect Interactive Experience. It's been a crazy past week of orally defending my work on indie game art styles and presenting it at two conferences, the 17th annual Mcnair symposium and the HASSE 3rd annual conference at Lamar University. In my undergraduate research project, I talk … Continue reading Indie Game Art Styles Undergraduate Research!