A slow promenade
A game about games
What’s in a game? Kicking a ball around, moving pieces on a board, dealing cards: they all start out simple, yet they have the power to lead to unsuspected behaviors.
Score! is a game about all games, asking questions about rules, team spirit, competition, reward, and the strategies that emerge while playing.
Touring Installation Since 2018
Super Bowl LII - USA
The artwork transforms a forgotten parking lot into a playing field. Players stand in a kaleidoscopic board and jump on light dots to change their color and gain points.
However, the rules keep on changing and new levels of complexity are introduced along the way: points, penalties and team swaps poke fun at our thirst for winning.
Score was created for Super Bowl LII, during the Illuminate South Loop Festival in Bloomington, Minnesota. The installation invited the public to brave the cold in order to spend time together outside, stimulating a public place usually less active in the city.
To create the scoreboard, Daily was inspired by the Project Blinkenlights, an installation from 2001 made by Chaos Computer Club, transforming a building facade into a computer screen in Berlin. In place of a simple projection, the team set up lamps on 80 windows of the building, allowing them to be controlled individually to create a seamless integration of the technology in the space.