9 Responses

  1. blintscav says:

    Will any of the objects with moving parts be demonstrated during the exhibition?

  2. decnyc says:

    Wow! I would love to see a series of individual videos of the moving works, without a bunch of edits. Just a static shot or two so we can really get a sense of experiencing them in person. (I’m assuming that the works in the exhibition will not be moving often, if at all.)

  3. John F says:

    Humans are adept, at times, to create some exquisite devices. I'll give them that.

  4. Sidilicious says:

    One positive thing about ultra wealthy elites, they hire artisans to create masterpieces.

  5. Elan Art for Kids says:

    I like these antique clocks, so amazing !

  6. Crushi .Music, Art & Love. says:

    Crushi 🧡 💛 💚 💙 💜 🖤

  7. cloudtoground says:

    Wish I could get the Met more often, this looks like a great exhibit

  8. houselab says:


  9. waverly2468 says:

    It's fairly easy to build these kinds of toys now with electronic boards like PSOC-5 or raspberry pi, programmed with a language like embedded C or Python. It's amazing that these objects work without computerized controllers.

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