Fake for Real: A Memory Game about Reality

February 13th 2008

Fake for Real: A Memory Game about Reality
The Fake for Real Memory Game playfully visualizes the classical theme of Fake vs Real. Is everything that was once directly experienced, in our media society now replaced by simulations? Or are reproduction and imitation naturally part of life? Can you tell the fake from the real? See for yourself! Fake For Real!

We finish our Fake for Real series with this entertaining & educational present. The Memory Game comes in a beautiful box containing 60 cards, including a booklet with written explanations and an essay. Available at selected bookstores and museum shops worldwide.

A simpler version of the Memory Game (with 16 random cards) can also be played online. Oh, and in case you were wondering: Yes, you do support those good NextNature.net people by buying the box. Thanks Fans!

Fake for Real Memory Game - package shot

Editorial Team: Koert van Mensvoort, Hendrik-Jan Grievink, Mieke Gerritzen, Arnoud van den Heuvel, Rolf Coppens, Edwin Degenhart.

Design: Hendrik-Jan Grievink, Texts: Koert van Mensvoort, Webprogramming: Pascal de Man.

All Media / Bis Publishers
ISBN 978-90-63-69-177-6
Price 19,90 Euro


Share your thoughts and join the technology debate!


Comments are members only. Login to your account and join the technology debate.

Not a member? Join us

Posted 14/02/2008 – 22:23

(i was very lucky)

Posted 14/02/2008 – 22:20

I can! 12 turns ! I am the best!

Posted 14/02/2008 – 02:53

Come on.. who beats Mirelle? :D

load more

Should men be able to give birth to children?

Lisa Mandemaker: Using an artificial womb could lead to more equality between sexes, but also between different family layouts. If men would be able to give birth to children, it would maybe be easier for male same-sex couples to have a child together.

Join us!
Already a member? Login.