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A podcast curious about the place where art and videogames overlap. Part of Raw Fury's Art of Fury project.

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A podcast curious about the place where art and videogames overlap. Part of Raw Fury's Art of Fury project.

    Episode 3: Creating living art, with Laika Young of Meow Wolf

    Episode 3: Creating living art, with Laika Young of Meow Wolf

    Laika Young is the Lead Experience Designer at Meow Wolf, a US-based arts production company that creates immersive, multimedia experiences to transport audiences of all ages into fantastic realms. Laika works with a team of multidisciplinary artists to create large scale interactive experiences focussed on delight and surprise. We discuss Laika's background, where art meets entertainment, the transformative impact of art, the open-hearted approach to running organisations, and more. Check out meowwolf.com, nosleep.studio/about and artoffury.com, and chat to us on twitter @artoffurypod.

    • 47 min
    Episode 2: Music in games with Heather Fenoughty and Yshani Perinpanayagam

    Episode 2: Music in games with Heather Fenoughty and Yshani Perinpanayagam

    In episode two of our show exploring the links between games and art, composers Yshani Perinpanayam and Heather Fenoughty discuss their work, the impact of music in games, the underexplored intersection of games and theatre, and what it means to be a composer who can turn their hand to anything. Check out yshani.co.uk, heather-fenoughty.com and artoffury.com, and chat to us on twitter @artoffurypod.

    • 51 min
    Episode 1: Jonas Antonsson – introducing the Art of Fury

    Episode 1: Jonas Antonsson – introducing the Art of Fury

    In this first episode of Art of Fury: The Podcast, your hosts Emma Bearman and Leila Johnston meet Jonas Antonsson, founder of Raw Fury and 'reality distortionist' behind the Art of Fury concept. We talk about the need to show the potential for games to be 'carriers of art', having a nose for great things, the paradox of institutions, and why it's time to look at games – and art – differently.

    • 37 min

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