Infinity, Etc.

August 3 — August 31, 2017

An exploration of infinity at Babycastles.
"Visual and numeric representations of infinity through the eyes of different cultures are the reference for an art exhibition that is also a game. A game made by paintings, coding, video mapping and infinity boxes.
Join us in our love for visual patterns and accept the quest of looking for hidden numbers across the exhibition site. Each number is capable of transforming our environment in an unique way. Find them all and win a prize."
//// (by Vanessa Rosa, Veronica Natividade, Wenqi Li)

"An open ended interactive experience and reality simulation game. Playing Everything involves traveling through the Universe and seeing it from different points of view"
//// (by David OReilly, Damien Di Fede, Eduardo Ortiz Frau, Ben Lukas Boysen)

"Nurture a small pot of succulents that grow in real time."
//// (by Zoe Vartanian, Isa Hutchinson, Kevin Maxon, Michael Bell)

"A love letter to circles."
//// (by Kenny Sun)

<> 6.8x10^14 FIRST DATES
"A procedurally generated dating game. That means that you'll be dating someone ~*completely random*~, learning about them, and doing awkward first date activities with them. FUN!"
//// (by Emma Lugo, Rachel Smith)

Babycastles is a community committed to being a safe, respectful and positive environment -- supporting artists and guests by providing a space for free expression of all people.  Upon entry, all attendees agree to respect personal boundaries and take responsibility for their actions and experience.  

Babycastles will not tolerate language or behavior that is oppressive. We define oppressive behavior as: >> Any kind of uninvited physical contact, sexual or otherwise
>> Comments or other behaviors that are racist, sexist, homophobic, or transphobic, ableist, classist, ageist, or otherwise discriminatory
>> Deliberate intimidation
>> Harassing photography or recording
>> Sustained or willful disruption of events, programming, or services

A safe and respectful community is everyone's responsibility. We encourage you to make friends and look out for each other. If you see someone who might be in trouble or in need of assistance, don't hesitate to ask them if they need support or let Babycastles staff or volunteers know.

Individuals who have engaged in oppressive behaviors outside of Babycastles will be held accountable within it. Those with a history of being called out for sexual assault, abuse or other oppressive behaviors may not be permitted entry into the space.
Any member of the Babycastles staff/organization may ask you to leave at any time if your behavior makes others uncomfortable. Additionally, Babycastles is not above its own policies -- all members of Babycastles are expected to adhere to all of the above.

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photos from: Emi Spicer, Ben Grad, Krissy Rubbles, John Bruneau, Joe Perez, Stephen Clark, Lauren Gardner