The communication between people and objects is the subject of the newest design exhibition at MoMA in NY. The long-awaited exhibition ‘Talk to Me”, curated by the highly admired Paola Antonelli, explores the interactive design landscape through the display of nearly 200 objects.
So what kind of things can you expect to see at MoMa? This super interesting version of Rubik’s Cube, inscribed with Braille symbols instead of colors, so people who can’t see can still play with it.
Some other objects that take communication in design to another level: the prosthetic smiles, to help those with social problems; a finger implant that reads aloud into an ear implant and so much more.
If you happen to be planning a trip to NY soon, book a day to fulfill your eyes and soul with such an inspiring form of art. You won’t regret it!
“Talk to Me: Design and the Communication between People and Objects,” Jul 24 – Nov. 7, MoMA, NYC.