This week Athena Rogers reviews the refugee Melbourne Fringe Festival performance HiRise, and Pia White takes a look at discussions of violence in the media in the monthly media review.
By Benjamin Riley. This article is part of a series on human rights and video games. Like any artistic medium, video games have the capacity to engage us with the concerns of marginalised and persecuted people in the world. Of course, literature, visual art and theatre have been doing this for a long time. While […]
Video games are a massive part of Australian and international popular culture. In 2012, the industry recorded more than $1 billion in sales in Australia. According to a 2011 study of gamers between 18 and 40 years of age, around 2 years of a person’s life can be spent on gaming. Discussion of the impact […]