ACESULFAME K

Description (in English): 

Jason Nelson’s “Acesulfame K,” we get to experience both the control and randomness that life has to offer. You get the chance to control a skeleton falling, smashing into objects, and creating your own anti-capitalistic poetry. It has a distinct video game feel and we found ourselves getting lost for long stretches of time. Perfect for ignoring those real-world things that bring you anxiety. Who knew poetry could be so much fun?

(Source: https://www.cddc.vt.edu/journals/newriver/18Fall/editor.html)

Pull Quotes: 

"PROCESSED CARBO-JOY!!"

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Screen shots: 
A skeleton crashes into floating packages of frozen food.
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Jon Heggestad