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WoW: Emergent Media Phenomenon

WoW: Emergent Media Phenomenon was an art exhibition based on the on-line fantasy game World of Warcraft and the popular culture of internet role-playing games.[1][2] The collection comprised works by artists within the game-culture movement, artwork by Blizzard Entertainment (the developer of World of Warcraft), fan art and machinima. Among the participating artists were game designer Chris Metzen, Aram Bartholl, Jorg Dubin, UC Irvine professor Antoinette LaFarge, Eddo Stern; Tale of Tales developers Auriea Harvey and Michaƫl Samyn, and Chinese photographer Zeng Han.

The exhibition was on display at Laguna Art Museum in Laguna Beach, California from 14 June to 4 October 2009.[1]

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