Rune Klevjer

Base

Country

Norway

Institutional affiliation

Department of Information Science and Media Studies, University of Bergen

Title

Associate professor

Research interests relevant to game philosophy

My primary interest is the relationship between representation and interaction in games, especially avatarial embodiment, virtuality and fictionality, and the nature of the image. This is linked to my broader media studies research interests in genre and narrative, and media education.

Publications and presentations relevant to game philosophy

Klevjer, R. (2007). What is the Avatar? Fiction and Embodiment in Avatar-Based Singleplayer Computer Games. (Doctoral dissertation), University of Bergen, Bergen.

Klevjer, R. (2009). Model and Image. Towards a theory of computer game depiction. Paper presented at the The Philosophy of Computer Games 2009, Oslo.

Klevjer, R. (2011). Telepresence, cinema, role-playing. The structure of player identity in 3D action-adventure games. Invited talk at The Philosophy of Computer Games 2011, Athens.

Klevjer, R. (2012). Enter the Avatar. The phenomenology of prosthetic telepresence in computer games. In H. Fossheim, T. Mandt Larsen & J. R. Sageng (Eds.), The Philosophy of Computer Games (pp. 17-38). London & New York: Springer.

Klevjer, R. (2013). Representation and Virtuality in Computer Games. In The 7th International Conference on the Philosophy of Computer Games. Bergen, Norway, 2-4 October 2013.

Klevjer, R. (2014). Cut scenes. In M. J. P. Wolf & B. Perron (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Video Game Studies. New York: Routledge.

Keywords

Avatar, embodiment, presence, image, ontology, representation, virtuality, simulation, perception, phenomenology, media

Name

Rune Klevjer

Background

Media studies