Activities
Exhuming Atari: archaeology and the video game graveyard
Exhuming Atari: archaeology and the video game graveyard
10/04/2019 20:15

An urban legend stated that in 1983 Atari buried millions of video game cartridges in a desert landfill in Alamogordo, New Mexico (USA). These games included copies of "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial", the worst video game of all time.

31 years later archaeologists returned to the desert to conduct the world's first excavation of video games to see if the rumor was true, and what other secrets Atari buried with E.T. 

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A shoulder of codes, bytes and interactions: the consolidation of video games as a cultural genre
A shoulder of codes, bytes and interactions: the consolidation of video games as a cultural genre
10/04/2019 19:30

Since its birth in the late seventies and early eighties of the twentieth century as a product of entertainment, video games have matured at a dizzying pace, to become the most characteristic cultural genre of the twenty-first century.

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Videogames. Art and Culture.
Videogames. Art and Culture.
10/04/2019 - 01/04/2020

Do you want to know what was the first domestic console that was marketed? Do you know the story of Atari? How were the first video games? Did you know that the first algorithm processed by a machine was programmed by a woman? If you want to enjoy the culture of the video game and its evolution, you can't miss this retrospective exhibition.

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