Jammy Lesmana

April 12, 9:00am - 11:00am WIB. Hosted at Institut Teknologi Harapan Bangsa

part of a series on Game

About the speaker

it isn’t wrong to say that fun is a basic human need. to fulfill our daily dosage, we constantly try to play with everything we can get our hands on.

any dull object can be a toy if we’re creative enough. any boring place can be a playground if we’re clever enough.

everything in this life is a game, and even if it’s not, it can be made into one.

Jammy Lesmana will show us an example of this.

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Throughout human history, games were about winning or losing.

Author James P. Carse extends this concept beautifully in Finite and Infinite Games: “A finite game is played for the purpose of winning, an infinite game for the purpose of continuing the play.”

Which game are you playing with your art?

It’s a question worth asking everyday. Is this decision, this attitude, sending you down a short game or long game? The same energy that we spend chasing rewards and likes can be refocused to loving our craft and shipping our best work.

Keep your eyes on the journey, not the prize.

Note: Venue will be on assembly hall - 5th Floor