bowling video games as art. 
 i first saw  Cory Arcangel 's work at the 2004 Whitney Biennial.   Super Mario Clouds   was the piece and it instantly sucked me in with it’s iconic, deconstructed, 2-D graphics from my gaming youth. in his current show  Beat the Champ  at the  Barbican Gallery , Cory connects our ever-evolving aesthetic standards through 14 bowling video games. Josh Spero from TheArtsDesk reviews  here . 
 update: great Q&A with Cory including more pictures and information about  Beat the Champ  from  Creators Project Blog .

bowling video games as art.

i first saw Cory Arcangel's work at the 2004 Whitney Biennial. Super Mario Clouds was the piece and it instantly sucked me in with it’s iconic, deconstructed, 2-D graphics from my gaming youth. in his current show Beat the Champ at the Barbican Gallery, Cory connects our ever-evolving aesthetic standards through 14 bowling video games. Josh Spero from TheArtsDesk reviews here.

update: great Q&A with Cory including more pictures and information about Beat the Champ from Creators Project Blog.

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