The Guggenheim’s first online exhibit lets you invest in the future

Image: Studio Folder/Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation By Alicia Marie Tan2015-11-04 19:44:07 UTC Artists have incorporated digital tactics into their work for years, aiming to showcase technology or understand our relationship with it. A new exhibition at the Guggenheim, curated by Troy Conrad Therrien, takes this a step further with Åzone Futures Market, the museum’s first online exhibition. Launched last week, it explores the architecture of exhibitions by moving the typical physical experience to a digital realm. It’s a “web-based simulated stock market that explores the potential effects of a world increasingly shaped by emerging technologies.” The online marketplace allows visitors to understand not just how markets work but also how technology can shape our future. To begin the exhibition, you sign up to start trading. You are given 10,000 cåin…


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