Talk To Me: Tate Trumps exhibited at MOMA, New York

27 July 2011 | 0 comments

We’re very excited that Tate Trumps is being exhibited at MOMA as part of Talk To Me, their exhibition of 21st Century design, which runs until November 7th.

The official website explains the exhibition in more detail:

Talk to Me explores this new terrain [of design], featuring a variety of designs that enhance communicative possibilities and embody a new balance between technology and people, bringing technological breakthroughs up or down to a comfortable, understandable human scale. Designers are using the whole world to communicate, transforming it into a live stage for an information parkour and enriching our lives with emotion, motion, direction, depth, and freedom.

It’s a marvellously broad catalogue, and it’s a privilege to stand alongside so many other excellent works, including several from friends, colleagues, and previous collaborators. If you’re in New York in the next five months, do check it out.

(And, although it’s sold out now, it’s worth pointing out that tonight, Kill Screen are hosting PopRally: Arcade – an interactive evening of games inspired by the exhibition).

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