As part of the London Games Festival Fringe, Cybersalon is putting on a couple of events under the banner of Artful Gaming, comprising a one-day forum and a week-long exhibition:
Artful Gaming aims to foster this tradition [of sharing of expertise] by bringing the underground art games community into contact and dialogue with small, independent commercial gaming agencies and make them more visible to the commercial gaming sector and to game enthusiasts, London's digital art community and the general public.
The description is fairly academic, but it sounds like it could be an interesting forum for anyone interested in the alternative and the experimental - plus it's only 5 quid to get in:
The programme showcases artists and developer groups and small pioneering agencies developing alternative gaming experiences – be it devising new interactive interfaces; exploring non-traditional gaming environments; modifying existing game engines; using innovative R&D and production methods; or distributing their work via new networks.
Cost & Booking: £5. Places must be reserved in advance by emailing <email@example.com>.