Gaming, scrolling and prejudices

Attached to the screen: Gaming, scrolling and prejudices. A conversation on the documentary Ibelin.

Devices, scrolling and video games are all parts of our daily lives. At the same time, our relationship with technology varies. Some embrace technology, while others are anxious about it. Experiences across gender, generations, and interests mean that screens, technology, and games are understood differently from person to person.

Welcome to a panel conversation with:

Ismet Bachtiar, Project Manager for Creative Technology, Tvibit
Ane Dybdahl, Media Technology teacher at Breivang videregående skole
Bjørn Giswold, Gaming Manager at Tvibit

We'll discuss the positive and problematic aspects of scrolling and gaming in an attempt to reach an understanding of opposing views and prejudices.

The event takes place ahead of the screening of the documentary film Ibelin. The film is about the Norwegian gamer Mats Steen, who died of illness at 25 years old. He lived with a demanding physical condition, while at the same time thriving as a gamer in World of Warcraft. The story of his experiences with gaming was disclosed to the family after his death, and this story has touched many readers through the press.

Open event, free of charge. Refreshments will be served.

Time: Friday, January 19th, 4:30 pm
Place: Tvibit Café

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