In “After Dark,” Internet users around the world control a team of robots that livestream the Tate’s collections into the wee hours.
True love is no match for a starchitect’s labyrinth. Yesterday, two lovebirds got engaged in the middle of Bjarke Ingels Group’s giant wooden maze inside the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. The couple, identified by the National Building Museum as Erin O’Connor and Peter Dwyer, went to the museum on their first date.
The whole heartwarming event was filmed from a balcony:
For Holocaust Remembrance Day on April 28th, Minneapolis-based agency Olson has created an interactive experience that will allow anyone, anywhere in the world to tour the Riga Ghetto and Latvian Holocaust Museum.