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Title: Jugabilidad: arte, videojuegos y cultura
Other Titles: Gameplay: art, videogames and culture
Author: Aarseth, Espen
Wark, McKenzie
Galloway, Alexander R.
Huhtamo, Erkki
Waelder Laso, Pau
Director: Alsina González, Pau David  
Keywords: art
videogames
culture
Issue Date: Dec-2007
Publisher: Artnodes
Citation: Alsina, P. (2007). Jugabilidad: arte, videojuegos y cultura. Artnodes, (7), 1-70. doi: 10.7238/a.v0i7.760
Also see: https://artnodes.uoc.edu/articles/abstract/10.7238/a.v0i7.760/
Abstract: This issue is dedicated to exploring the relations between art, videogames and culture, focusing on the idea of gameplay as the common thread to the monograph. In the study of play as a cultural phenomenon, there are a number of important milestones, such as the book 'Homo Ludens' written by Johan Huizinga in 1938 or 'Man, Play and Games' written in 1958 by Roger Caillois, which established a clear link between play and culture, where games are not merely an element in culture but an element of culture.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/105647
ISSN: 1695-5951MIAR
Appears in Collections:2007, no. 7

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