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Revealing the artist's process

MIT Visiting Artist Guilherme Marcondes will provide insights into his work and share his perspective on the creative tools of game design on Thursday, Jan. 24 at 6 p.m. at the MIT Museum. Visitors will have access to the MIT Museum’s first-floor galleries beginning at 5:15 p.m.

The event, titled Technological Worlds, will include a special viewing of the results of a workshop on game narrative and spatial storytelling that Marcondes held with students and faculty from the MIT Game Lab and the MIT Program in Science, Technology and Society.


A gifted animator and filmmaker, Marcondes’s works have appeared on MTV, the BBC, Animal Planet and in film festivals across the globe. Marcondes hails from São Paulo, Brazil, and lives in Brooklyn, N.Y.

The event is co-presented by the MIT Visiting Artists Program, the MIT Program in Science, Technology and Society, and the MIT GAMBIT Game Lab. For more information visit Arts at MIT, http://arts.mit.edu/va/artist/marcondes.

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