Parallel Worlds 2019 – A Conference on Videogame Design and Culture
Friday 25 January 2015, 10:30 -17:30
Victoria and Albert Museum, London Tickets
£35 full price, £30 concessions, £15 student
Parallel Worlds, the V&A’s conference dedicated to videogame design and culture, will be back for more critical conversations on Friday 25 January 2019, in conjunction with the V&A’s headline autumn exhibition Videogames: Design / Play / Disrupt. This day long international conference brings together talks from leading game designers, artists, engineers and thinkers on the design of videogames and playful immersive worlds.
Speakers include Chris Kujawski, Principal Designer of the Xbox Adaptive Controller; Amanda Johnston-Batt from Framestore’s rides team and independent game designer Jenny Jiao Hsia, whose work features in ‘Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt’. You can find out more about our stellar speaker line up below, with more to be announced before the big day alongside a full schedule.
The event will continue into the evening with a Friday Late looking at the future of videogame design and culture where you’ll be able to get hands on with a host of arcades, workshops and demonstrations across the Museum. To see the full list of speakers, click the link below.
LINK: Parallel Worlds 2019 – A Conference on Videogame Design and Culture (Poster Artwork by Yuk Fun)