Game development experts LeAnne Wagner and Brian Schrank's curated exhibition opening Oct. 20 at the Chicago Design Museum won't feature traditional video or board games. "The game pieces take diverse physical forms, from cardboard-box interfaces and virtual reality headsets to entire hallways and even parachutes, demonstrating how game design is a medium of self-expression, social change, cybernetic spiritual practice and formal aesthetics, among others," says Wagner, a professional lecturer in game design. The Beverly Review has the story about the exhibition "Hey! Play! Games in Modern Culture."