Keri  Svoboda


At the Cleveland Institute of Art, I have always been very interested in giving people as much information as they can absorb while keeping the aesthetics of art to keep the interest of my audience. It's why I got into the Biomedical Arts department in the first place. But when I started taking classes that involved interactivity (particularly educational games), I dove headfirst into the possibilities of technology and learning as a whole unit instead of as two separate fields. I am dedicating my final work at the Cleveland Institute of Art to this marriage of education and gaming technology.