Game on against gaming sexism

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Women are storming the sexist territory of video gaming, turning the Gamergate controversy into countercultural art.

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Georgie Roxby Smith's Hyperdentity. Image: www.georgieroxbysmith.com

Observing how the blurred borders between virtual and physical worlds of contemporary culture shape identity, artist Georgie Roxby Smith developed an interest in video games. But she was soon disturbed by the graphic violence and stereotypes entrenched in the culture.

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