Critical play as a way of exposing and examining dominant values is the proposition most aligned with my own goals. I think having been interested in illustration for so many years has made me more inclined towards narrative, and I think narrative and wanting to convey some ultimate story is most similar to exposing/examining values. There are narrative works that I admire that do relate to the other propositions. For example, I’d say What Remains of Edith Finch does more with “toying with the notion of goals” and making “familiar types of play unfamiliar” than exposing some kind of value. However, in my own work if I were to construct something like that, I’d focus on the first proposition first, before considering adding elements relating to the other two propositions.