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Our Work in MoMA

Earlier this month, a new exhibition titled 'Talk to Me' curated by Paola Antonelli opened at MoMA in New York. And we are super excited to have two of our projects: the 5th Dimensional Camera and Lukalive in the show! 'Talk to Me' curated by Paola Antonelli opens at MoMA in New York. And we are super excited to have two of our projects: the 5th Dimensional Camera and Lukalive in the show!

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From the MoMA site: "Talk to Me is an exhibition on the communication between people and objects, and how designers write the initial script that enables the two parties to communicate effectively and elegantly.

The exhibition hinges on an important development in the culture of design (and in culture at large), a shift from the centrality of function to that of meaning. From this perspective, all objects contain information that goes well beyond their immediate use or appearance. In some cases, objects exist to provide us with access to complex systems and networks, behaving as gateways and interpreters. Whether openly and actively, or in subtle, subliminal ways, things talk to us, and designers help us develop and improvise the dialogue." 
Both projects will be exhibited in the esteemed company of friends and colleagues such as Hiromi Ozaki, Dunne&Raby, James King, Revital Cohen, Berg, Tinker, Poke, Chris O'Shea, Natalie Jeremijenko, Usman Haque, Sascha Pohflepp, Chris Woebken, Julian Bleecker, all the way to Google, Apple and Nintendo. If you are in New York anytime till 7th November, do check it out, and send us pictures!

Comments

Comment by:
Richard
, posted :
25/07/2011

Congratulations! The exhibition looks awesome. I'm hoping to get to New York to see it all.

Comment by:
Anonymous
, posted :
11/07/2013

The new exhibition sounds so great. I was looking for the reviews of this exhibition and I found lots of positive feedback. Looking forward to see all these things. - buy pinterest likes

Comment by:
Anonymous
, posted :
11/08/2013

I count start counting all the museums I visited in my life and not finish the count throughout an entire day. The most impressive things I have seen were in London though, although the US have their perks too, when it comes to museums. I once thought about starting a business, I don`t know, like an art gallery or something that would combine income with a beautiful activity.