Tate Gallery plays with Minecraft

The Pool of London, a 1906 painting by André Derain
The Pool of London, a 1906 painting by André Derain

Enter a painting of André Derain, walking among his tawny color and his views of London, as in a dream, that’s what promise Tate Gallery and the video game Minecraft.

Tate has indeed capture this phenomenon that captivates hundreds of millions of players. Its principle allows, like a Lego set, create the most insane worlds with cubic modules as large pixels to assemble.

Utilizing the talents of creative designers, Tate launched its program Tate Worlds: Art Reimagined for Minecraft, reforming in the game, the paintings of his collection. The minecraft gamers can now play with the paint as the backdrop of the game, the painting being the world within which the player moves. Click on this this link to see the video.

It is now possible to explore several paintings by downloading the specifically created by the museum module.

Christopher Nevinson’s painting The Soul of the Soulless
Christopher Nevinson’s painting The Soul of the Soulless

Cédric – Citibreak

 

 

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