Archiving the Queer History of Video Games
Videogames have always been queer. Earlier this year an exhibition at Schwules Museum documented the history of the LGBTQ community for the first time.
The curators of "Rainbow Arcade" were Jan Schnorrenberg, Sarah Rudolph and Adrienne Shaw. In this episode they explain, why archiving our digital history in physical spaces is still important.
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More information about Rainbow Arcade: https://www.schwulesmuseum.de/ausstellung/rainbow-arcade-queere-videospielgeschichte-1985-2018
The LGBTQ Video Game Archive: https://lgbtqgamearchive.com
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