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The first exhibition solely about digital interactive art in an art museum.

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From October 2008 to January 2009 the Milwaukee Art Museum hosted the first exhibition in an art museum. It was an intuitive, digitally developed interactive art. Here are two video’s to give you an impression of the exhibition.

What I find wonderful about interactive art is the fact that next to being art, it’s often also an area of play and discovery. It’s a great source of inspiration for everyone who designs human-computer interactions. So hopefully there will be many more exhibitions like this to come.

More about the exhibition can be found here on the website of the Milwaukee Art Museum.

Dennis Koks

Dennis Koks (1987, The Netherlands) is a designer | conceptual thinker for interactive media and co-founder of Transparent Spaces. Dennis is fascinated about the social impact of interactive design and how it can improve our daily lives.

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