Category: Miguel Tarango

Faces from the Border: We Could Be Them – The New Yorker

The father once illegally crossed the border from Mexico; now the son is a border-patrol agent for the United States. On a spring afternoon, I drive along Paisano Drive, in El Paso, and spot shiny white-and-green Border Patrol vans crawling alongside an eighteen-foot fence. The agents seem bored, guarding the world’s most powerful country from possible terrorists, but mostly from… Read more →

Landscape and Gamespace in Latin American Videogame Design | Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros

our early videogames, Crosser & La Migra, are included in the scholarship of Phillip Penix-Tadsen in his forthcoming book: Cultural Code: Video Games and Latin America (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2016). His article: Landscape and Gamespace in Latin American Videogame Design, is now up on the website of the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and offers a glimpse of his… Read more →

The MacSpa Tech Video Blog 01 – The Sweat Collaborative

September 16, 2013 For our first video blog post, we were excited to be invited by the Sweat Collaborative, championed by Rafael Fajardo to a preview of their latest project. The Sweat Collaborative has been producing innovative and challenging game-as-art pieces for over 14 years now. Our own Miguel A. Tarango was a key member of the first Sweat Collaborative.… Read more →