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Research Art and Video Game: Ethnography of an Extra-disciplinary Exploration

Abstract : This article reviews the process of conception and development of a documentary and artistic video game: A Crossing Industry. This game focuses on the operations of the Israeli separation regime in the West Bank during the three years following the second Intifada (2007-2010). Still in development, it is being produced by a transdisciplinary team composed of an anthropologist (Cédric Parizot), an artist (Douglas Edric Stanley), a philosopher (Jean Cristofol) and ten students at the École supérieure d’art d’Aix-en-Provence. In this contribution, we discuss how game video technology has allowed the team to use a documentary approach to model ethnographic analysis, using artistic conceptualization with its own aesthetic and poetic issues.
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Cédric Parizot, Douglas Edric Stanley. Research Art and Video Game: Ethnography of an Extra-disciplinary Exploration. antiAtlas Journal, Institut de recherches et d’études sur le monde arabe et musulman, 2016, #01, ⟨10.23724/AAJ.9⟩. ⟨halshs-01528858⟩

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