A project by Manuel Braun and Antonin Fourneau
It is quite common to find ping pong tables in steel or concrete in parks and playground. Concrete Arcade raises the question of the potential place that in the future could host video games in the public space. This piece is focuse the interest about creating a new posture of the video game player in the urban environment different from that of the player on smartphone. Concrete Arcade raises the question of integrating technologies and their sustainability into the common space while questioning their future fusion with architectural materials such as concrete.
- 2013 in ESAAIX art school in Aix-en-Provence
- 2014 in Maison Folie Hospice d’Havré in Tourcoing