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Enframe

The EnFrame project proposal will be made in collaboration between IT University in Copenhagen, Blast Theory in Brighton, Next Game in Serbia and Culture 24, UK.

Geneve

Bogdan, Kate Kneale, John Sears and Phoebe Marsh made another Postidigital Games workshop on biggest European museum conference in 2015 – Museum Next in Geneve.

Cardiff

At the Museum Association Conference in Cardiff, Bogdan Spanjevic – together with four UK artists and curators (Kate Kneale, John Sears, David Bircham) – conceptualized and designed a workshop about post-digital museum games for more than 60 museum professionals, managers, and curators.

Margate

Game “Ghost Hunter” was made during Bogdan’s residency at Marine Studios and commissioned by Geek Festival in Margate, UK in 2013.

Brussels

Game Raiders of The Lost ARChive was designed for White Night festival 2013 in Brussels. This game is example of successful GAMIFICATION of an old city cultural institution.

New York

Independent Candidate is a street game designed for the bi-annual theatre festival Performing the World.

London

Serb.I.Am is a hilarious city game designed by Mirko Stojkovic and Bogdan Spanjevic, played during Hide And Seek Festival in London – as part of the LIFT (London INternational Festival of Theatre).

Brighton

Bright ON! is a fun, interactive street game based on mobile and RFID technology, co-commissioned by Brighton and Hove City Council and the Videoclub organization especially for the White Night Festival in Brighton.

Trondheim

Random friends is a street game, commissioned by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway.

Bristol

Game Hajduks was designed by Mirko Stojkovic and Bogdan Spanjevic for the Bristol IgFest organized by UK based Slingshot game collective.

Belgrade Fortress

“Dragon Trail” is a game played in the most famous and picturesque tourist location in Serbia – Belgrade Fortress.

Belgrade Hostels

Each year, Belgrade is invaded by more than 150,000 young backpackers from around the world who stay in Belgrade’s hostels, of which there are 200.

Danube Adventure

“Three Perfect Days” was a competition of Serbian tourist organizations for a best city-break program. And we won!