If you're wondering what happened to your Rubik's Cube and Apple Macintosh, they are now under glass at the Museum of Modern Art as part of a retrospective exhibit on the interplay between technology and art. With nearly 100 items from the MoMA's collection, this show explores the effect of computers on art in the late 20th century as well as the ways in which artists began utilizing these machines for their own work. You can look at the first computer-animated films from the late 1960s, listen to a John Cage composition made in collaboration with an IBM and check out artifacts like one of the first desktop devices with a video screen from 1966. And don't miss the show's special computer-generated guest star, MTV's Max Headroom.
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