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Pippin Barr


Pippin Barr is a videogame maker, educator, and critic who lives and works in Montréal, Canada. He is a Scholar-in-Residence at Concordia University in Montréal and a Visiting Artist and Lecturer at the Institute of Digital Games at the University of Malta. Pippin holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand on the subject of videogame values. He is a prolific maker of videogames, producing work addressing everything from airplane safety instructions to contemporary art and has collaborated with diverse figures such as performance artist Marina Abramović and Twitter personality @seinfeld2000. Pippin's projects include The Artist Is Present, a recreation of the performance work of the same name, PONGS, a collection of 36 variations on the arcade classic, and Jostle Parent, a simulation of the terrors of parenting. Pippin is a well-known figure in the independent games scene, serving as a judge or juror for many international festivals, and his games have been covered in publications from the New York Times to Slate to Kotaku. Pippin teaches or has taught courses on introductory game design, experimental game design, experience design, prototyping and programming for game designers, human-computer interaction for games, and videogame criticism. He also writes a blog of game and game design criticism and his book, How to Play a Video Game, introduces the uninitiated and culturally curious to the world of video games.