Wednesday, October 11, 2006

First Person Shooter • Aram Bartholl

Aram Bartholl, previously featured with his public installation SPEED, is on show tomorrow in Berlin as part of FIRST PLAY BERLIN, presented by trampoline at Hebbel am Ufer.
Aram exhibits First Person Shooter, more an object than an installation.
First Person Shooter is the definition for a computer game genre which is played in the first person view while shooting is the main action of the game. A typical element of the game is the virtual arm of the player. Pointing with a weapon to the center of the screen this arm stays in the foreground all the time. The Object First Person Shooter is a card and a do it yourself set. The result of cutting and glueing all parts of FPS is a pair of glasses with the arm and weapon visible from out- and inside.

If you have no chance to see the show, click here to download your personal
First Person Shooter-do it yourself set.(pdf)

Trampoline - Platform for New Media Art during 'First Play Berlin'

Thursday 12th October 2006
Hebbel am Ufer

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