It’s a familiar sound. The music from the classic video game Pac-Man, which frankly, I typically played in the back of a corner candy store or arcade in Queens when I was a teen.
This time the setting was a little different: The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has a new exhibition called “Never Alone, Video Games and Other Interactive Design.”
There are 35 video games on hand, 10 which visitors can play. There are other items on display, like an iPod and other examples of interactive design from the MoMA’s Collection.
“My job is to take things that you think are either invisible or just like utilitarian, you don’t
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