I'm pretty into multimedia these days. With the fluidity and hyperinteractivity that the internet affords us, it seems almost silly to make art that's just one thing at once. We can overlap texts and media and images of all different kinds and we can make them mutable based on the whims of our observers. Yet aside from sharing their work in this wider forum, artists have barely responded to the possibilities that the internet brings.
That's why I'm always excited to see something like Soundplay, especially if it's bolstered by a media powerhouse like Pitchfork. The music blog of music blogs has partnered bands with game designers to create a multimedia experience that invites the listener to become a participant--a player, if you will. These miniaturized art games both illustrate and employ the songs they're based around, opening them up to a new, multifaceted realm of experience.