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Revision as of 07:20, 29 August 2021

Introduction

While a big part of MOMA happens offline in the studios of makers and in face-to-face engagement at pop-up galleries in real life, the Museum recognizes the importance and validity of Digital Art practice and therefore is building a collection of digital works.

The Digital Collection is being housed here on the Museums wiki, but digital artworks are also exhibited in out pop-up galleries that appear on the streets and in community spaces.

A moving human figure stands in front of and between screens with patterned light projections on them.
Irrational Geometrics digital art installation 2008 by Pascal Dombis. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_art#/media/File:Dombis_1687.jpg

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