The State of Play—TIFF’s digiPlaySpace

Each of the last three years has seen the HSBC Gallery within the Toronto International Film Festival’s TIFF Bell Lightbox temporarily transformed into a dynamic playground. Computer vision driven installations, 3D printers and DIY electronics workstations, whimsical games—while many of these tropes are now commonplace, what differentiates this interactive space from the media art-related exhibitions found in most major galleries and cultural institutions is the intended audience: digiPlaySpace is targeted at kids. For a change, it is the adults that are the second class citizens.

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