GEORGE MICHAEL BROWER
George Michael Brower (b. 1988) is a Brooklyn-based artist making interactive art. As the founder of Always & Forever Computer Entertainment,George practices a broad range of disciplines from animation to sound design and programming. Somewhere between game design and art studio, Always & Forever makes immersive, oft-jiggly experiences about music and play. George graduated from UCLA’s Design Media Arts department in 2010 and started his career at Google, contributing to the some of the web's most celebrated interactive content. In 2015, he left to explore his art in the absence of a brief. His first VR project, Playthings, has been exhibited at TriBeCa Film Festival, TIFF and New York Fashion Week. George is the recipient of the ADC Young Gun award, and one of Print Magazine’s New Visual Artists under 30. He is a two-time Webby Award winner for interactive art and currently serves on AIGA NY’s Board of Directors.
DIR. GEORGE MICHAEL BROWER
US | Runtime: Open | Interactive
Playthings is a virtual reality music playground set on a tropical island where you hit bouncy, musical food with drumsticks, and is sure to delight whether or not you’re a musician or a gamer.
Project included in Official Selection for Kaleidoscope's 2016 Summer Showcase.