The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)’s Talk to Me exhibition is halfway through its run. If you’re in the New York area drop in before the show closes on November 7th. The exhibition includes two Stewdio works. The first is Exit (2008), an immersive data animation created in collaboration with architecture studio Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Warning Office, et al. (See also Talk to Me: Exit.) The second Stewdio piece included in Talk to Me is Windmaker (2007), an ambient weather widget that applies local wind conditions to live websites. (See also Talk to Me: Windmaker.) The following are links to articles on the exhibition.
Creative Review. Talk To Me at MoMA. 26 July 2011. (Includes embedded video of Windmaker.)
New York Times. MoMA Exhibit Shows How Technology Is Getting the Point Across. 17 July 2011.
New York Times. Art That Interacts if You Interface. 28 July 2011.
The Wall Street Journal. At MoMA, A Blog Becomes a Show. 23 July 2011.
Core77. Talk to Me at the Museum of Modern Art. 21 July 2011. (Includes photo of a museum visitor contemplating Exit‘s Joy Division inspired population graph here.)
The Huffington Post. MoMA’s ‘Talk To Me’ Talks To Us All. 28 July 2011.