Memories Center for the Finch Family





Institution / Company:Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti


-FINALIST of Videogame Architecture: 2 Drawings Competition


The new game levels are inspired by the walking simulator type game, what remains of edith finch.The original game player found it by going through the hidden entrance to the cemetery. The idea for the design came from the Finch’s death curse and the books about it. The rooms of the old house are full of books, photos, and other things that are, in some ways, also ways to remember. In a way, the family death curse is also a never-ending cycle. Borges said that heaven, if there is one, must be like a library. So, in the same way that the trees grow, I have created the Finch Centre of the afterlife with its circular paths of steps, shelves of books and arched window elements that represent the daily repeating of life.The presentation shows Christopher, Edith’s son, reunites with his mother in a virtual afterlife.


#Solarpunk and utopian scenarios #Social interactions in the virtual world #Artificial Intelligence and Bots#Afterlife

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