This year, the festival will explore the increasing presence of games, game-playing and game theory in contemporary artistic practice. Ten major commissions, which include installations, sporting events, performances and off site excursions will harness a variety of game structures as grounds for bringing people together. Many of these projects are interactive, participatory and encourage healthy competition and conversation between strangers. Their scope ranges from field and lawn sports, to popular board games, video games, game shows and scavenger hunts—all imagined with a twist.
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