Category: Exhibitions

“Camera Ludica: Reflections on Photography in Video Games” now available as open access

While preparing for a talk on in-game photography, I happily found out that our article “Camera Ludica: Reflections on Photography in Video Games” by Marco de Mutiis and yours truly is now available open access. If you are interested in learning about the interrelations between computer games and photography just follow the DOI link: Möring, Sebastian und Marco de Mutiis...

Opening of DIGAREC In-Game Photo Gallery, July 16, 2020, 6 pm CET

Opening of the real virtual DIGAREC In-Game Photo Gallery which shows a number of in-game photographical works which were produced by students of European Media Studies – a joint program of University of Potsdam and University of Applied Sciences Potsdam. The exhibition presents the results of their practical explorations of the medium of in-game photography as participants of three university seminars on the subject focusing on different topics: “Medial Environments, Milieus and Landscapes” (class of 2016), “Machines_ _Ethics; _Poetry; _Politics; _Poetics” (class of 2018), “Media Reflexivity” (class of 2019/20). This exhibition exists only online and makes use of the virtual meeting tool Mozilla Hubs. It is designed by Lars Pinkwart and curated by Sebastian Möring.

Ausstellung: “Die DDR ins Spiel bringen. Digitale Spiele über die DDR und den Eisernen Vorhang” 25. – 29.9.2019

Im Rahmen des moving history | Festival des historischen Films, Potsdam, 25. – 29.9.2019 Mit freundlicher Unterstützung vom Computerspielemuseum Ort: ZeM – Brandenburgisches Zentrum für MedienwissenschaftenHermann-Elflein-Straße 1814467 Potsdam Öffnungszeiten: 25.9. – 28.9., 14:00-18:00 Uhr, 29.9., 11:00-15:00 Uhr Ausstellungseröffnung: 25.9., 13:00 Uhr Grußworte der Festivalleitung, Vorstellung der Ausstellung (Sebastian Möring), 13:15 Uhr: Vortrag (Englisch) Jaroslav Švelch (Karls-Universität Prag) “Gaming the Iron Curtain”, 14:15 Uhr: Diskussionsrunde (Deutsch) zum Thema “Geschichtsvermittlung und...