MoMa

Augmented Reality

Internet Artists Invaded the MoMA With a Guerrilla Augmented Reality Exhibit

"Hello, we're from the internet" is an art project that took over the MoMA's Jackson Pollock room without permission.
Mack DeGeurin
3.5.18
MoMa

What Will Happen to Gaming's Most Ambitious Experiment When Its Creators Die?

The 'Dwarf Fortress' developer duo ensures the future of their decades-long simulation development project by gifting the code to archivists in their will.
Jess Joho
4.21.17
News

If Apple Cares So Much About Design, Why Does the App Store Ignore Artists?

+ArtApp hopes to draw attention to the growth in app artworks and arts-center apps offered by artists, museums, galleries and guides.
DJ Pangburn
11.13.15
Culture

​How Do You Back Up the Museum of Modern Art?

As visual art evolves on the internet, MoMA is having to adapt the way it conserves both its 630,000 square foot of gallery space and its archives.
Kyle Chayka
7.20.15
Music

Bjork's 'Biophilia' Is the First App in the Museum of Modern Art

The brave new world of interactive music looms.
Michael Byrne
6.16.14
Motherboard Blog

An Anti-Wall Made Out of Skateboard Bones

Party Wall is as much party as it is wall.
ALEX PASTERNACK
7.29.13
Motherboard Blog

Exclusive Video: Take a Tour of MoMA's Rain Room

Imagine being able to control the weather, even for just a few minutes.
Kevin Holmes
6.9.13
Motherboard Blog

The Museum of Modern Art Is Playing Games

The museum recently added 14 games and game-y artifacts to its permanent collection. And it's about time.
Colin Snyder
3.6.13
Motherboard Blog

A Kraftwerk Retrospective Retrospective

No one we knew went to the Kraftwerk shows last night — MoMA was reportedly very stingy with press access — but as Jon Pareles at The New York Times reports, it went exactly the way you would expect it to go.
ALEX PASTERNACK
4.12.12
Motherboard Blog

2011 Was The Year Videogames Went Outside & Got Physical

Here's a brazen end-of-the-year declaration I'm not afraid to make: 2011 marked the year that videogames came off our screens and liberally encroached on the physical spaces we inhabit. I'm not talking about the living rooms filled with families...
Janus Kopfstein
12.23.11
Motherboard Blog

Videogame Night in the Museum: Kill Screen at MoMA

It's surreal and perhaps a bit jarring to see the products of a resurgent independent videogames culture – one that's until now taken residence inside rough-around-the-edges DIY music venues.
Janus Kopfstein
7.29.11