FEMICOM Museum is a hybrid physical/digital museum and archive dedicated to the preservation and reimagination of femininity, girlhood, and the aesthetics of cute within twentieth-century video games, computing, and electronic toys. You can read more about the mission and beginnings of FEMICOM in the essay Hello World! Introducing FEMICOM.

Since its founding in 2012, FEMICOM Museum has been operated by Rachel Simone Weil. Weil is an experimental artist and video game historian whose work explores femininity, alternative histories, and speculative / electric dreaming. She creates art games and glitch art for the Nintendo Entertainment System under the alias Party Time! Hexcellent! and serves as a director and organizer of Juegos Rancheros, a non-profit arts organization dedicated to promoting independent games and their creators.

Questions or comments? Email FEMICOM or find us on twitter.