SFMOMA transforms into an interactive gameboard


SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- From the museum that brought visitors the very first interactive multimedia gallery tour back in 2001 comes a new way to explore modern and contemporary art. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art presents ArtGameLab, an ongoing exhibition in the museum’s Koret Visitor Education Center that presents a selection of prototype crowdsourced games designed by SFMOMA’s community, for SFMOMA’s community. Last summer SFMOMA issued an open call for simple games devised to be played inside the museum for audiences of all ages. Visitors can now view the results and pick up instructions for playing five of the 50 game proposals that artists and game designers submitted, along with a series of digital games designed by the museum’s education department. The exhibition is organized by Erica Gangsei, manager of interpretive media