I was recently on a conference on gamification (using game elements in other practices to make them a more pleasant experience or to create incentives) and one of the speakers was Alex Fleetwood of hide&seek (hideandseek.net).
Hide & Seek create games for public spaces, so things that work in museums or outside in parks or on town squares, etc.
He told me he was greatly influenced by what was going on in the scene of Arts games, storytelling games (think norwegian style roleplaying poems), etc.
So now I was wondering if anyone has any more ideas like this? Heard of any examples? I'd love to find out more but don't really find the right keywords to google cheers!