Diversity and inclusion in video games
With Isabelle Arvers, Curator Art and Video Game – Kareron

Octobre Numérique – Faire Monde Festival
6.10.2022 (Arles, FR)


Isabelle Arvers is a French artist and curator whose research focuses on the interaction between art and video games. For the past twenty years, she has been investigating the artistic, ethical, and critical implications of digital gaming. Her work explores the creative potential of hacking video games through machinima. As a curator, she focuses on video games as a new language for artists. She curated several shows and festivals around the world.

In 2019, she embarked on an Art and Games World Tour in non western countries to promote the notion of diversity of gender, sexuality and geographic origin, focusing on queer, feminist, and decolonial practices. In 2020, Arvers started a PHD on Art & Games decolonization.


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