Audio Tour Hack: MoMA Unadulterated

A kid's eye view of modern art.

Published on Aug 06, 2012

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Audio Tour Hack, the collective which specializes in creating alternative soundtracks to museum tours, is back, this time with a guide to New York's Museum Of Modern Art narrated entirely by kids.

MoMA's permanent collection is critiqued by New York City children aged 3 - 10 on the soundtrack, which is available as a free download on the website. As you might expect, the kids offer some pretty pointed (and hilarious) criticism of artists such as Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol.

Audio Hack Tour's first project, launched earlier this year, was Artobots, in which it set a sculpture exhibit at the Guggenheim in the fictional world of the Transformers. Watch out for further series of audio hacks in the coming months.

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Aug 06, 2012
Audio Tour Hack
Creative Director:
Hal Kirkland
Creative Director:
Mark Svartz
Creative Strategist:
Catherine Fulton
Director of Audio:
Wilson Brown
Executive Producer:
Sean McGovern
Kelly Donahue

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