The Museum of Modern Art has acquired its very first downloadable app: Icelandic pop musician Bjork's experimental Biophilia.
Objects don't just sit there being useful anymore. As a new MoMA exhibit highlights, they talk to us in myriad ways--and get us talking to each other and the world.
The "Opera Sonora" is a work of art.
Chat plates from the MoMA Design Store look like conversation bubbles
Pantone color system serves as inspiration for a MoMA Design Store espresso set
Babyboop appetizer bowl from the MoMA design store blends form and function in its four chamber design
Centipede bowl from the MoMA Design Store has movable parts and a unique look.
A convenient stacking design allows the All-In-One Kitchen Tool Set to store easily. Better yet, the set of kitchen gadgets will always be within reach.
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The new feature can handle questions from up to 1 million viewers at the same time.