Limits & Demonstrations (Cardboard Computer)

Marking the first major public showcase of her work in over twenty years, this retrospective exhibition of work by pioneering installation artist Lula Chamberlain comprises a diagonal slice through time, place, and form.[Author’s description]

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  1. Kentucky Route Zero is the best.

  2. I thought this was such a delightful tease and complement to KRZ back in February. Then Act 2 didn’t actually follow so quickly… But it doesn’t matter, we’ll take what we get, whenever we get it : ) (and this litte one-off is great by itself)

  3. This bored me to death and I feel very guilty about it there I said it. Shame on me, really, because this really is beautiful in many ways we’re not used to.

    • It sure is slow and I completely understand, but is there anything in particular that made it boring to you?

      • Nope, nothing in particular. Just being slow. Seeing any new work was both seeing a beautiful object and clicking through a big fat dialogue tree that I could never enjoy.

  4. This caused me to buy KRZ. It had apparently been at the back of my mind for some time, but this tipped it over.

  5. Until I read the comments hear I had no idea this was linked to another game. It seemed like it was deliberately alluding to some secret story. Repeated mention of a cave, something bad obviously happened there – then if you find the last bit of tape it has the phrase “The Zero”, with Zero in this strange shifting font. Just unknown symbols.