Quarantine has been a strange, mostly stationary journey for me. In the time since it started, I’ve primarily found myself sitting in one of a handful of rooms, passing the hours by mindlessly browsing the internet. The end result of any of these projects, or videos, or browsing is always the same, the passage of time without much significantly changing.
It is 2 AM, and I am in a dark bedroom, in a home that is not mine. The walls are unfamiliar, as is the PlayStation controller in my hand. And for the first time in my life, I am experiencing a videogame.
The crew meets in the cafeteria, tense stares across a large table, one space in the circle conspicuously open.