Hey, we’re grown-ups now! Working everyday, having duties and responsibilities, makes us forget to take some time off once in a while and play again! Games are probably the most effective source of creativity and are definitely not just for children.

Bright asks: How can we learn to play again?
Sven Fortmann answers: Learning to play again is actually pretty easy. All you have to do is leave your digital comfort zone and embrace the concept of trial and error again.

Through the artist mini-golf–or the “Berlin Battle Royale”, as we call it–we tried to re-establish an analog, interactive experience everybody loved when they were younger. So for its first chapter, we invited a handful of international artists who still carry a soft spot for the haptic side of life to individually design the mini-golf course of their dreams.

So you better sharpen your senses and get physical. Allow yourself.