MoMA is ahead of the game. While many other museum have failed to accept the digital age, MoMA has embraced it with a free iPhone application that allows you to browse their latest exhibitions, daily events and film screenings as well as over 32,000 works in their permanent collection. It even lets you create a playlist to listen to while you visit the museum. True to MoMA's mission, the visual interface of the app is engaging and inspiring and makes me want to visit Bruce Nauman’s Days, a “sound sculpture” consisting of a continuous stream of seven voices reciting the days of the week in random order. Who wants to join me?
You can download it from iTunes.
*via Cool Hunting