Marie Claire LeBlanc Flanagan


Marie Claire LeBlanc Flanagan moved from Canada ​to​ Berlin one year ago to make experimental games. In the past year she has made “Auscault”, a facial recognition/biosignal experience using machine learning to allow you to play another person’s body as an instrument. “Other Hands”, a VR experience expressing the permanence of a person’s virtual choices on their physical body with permanent tattoos, “Closer”, a computer vision game that uses two people’s moving bodies as a shared single controller, and “TexTiles”, an award-winning game at the Wikimedia Free Knowledge Game Jam.

Marie is the founder of Wyrd Arts Initiatives, a nationwide nonprofit dedicated to encouraging, documenting, and connecting creative expression across Canada. She is the editor in chief of Weird Canada and also created an international day for the celebration of drone music.​


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