Thousands of Exhausted Things, or why we dedicated MoMA’s collection data to the public domain

Fiona Romeo
Jul 28, 2015 · 4 min read
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Creative Commons License Symbol, 2001, Ryan Junell and Creative Commons
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Installation view of This Is for Everyone: Design Experiments for the Common Good. Feb 14, 2015 — Jan 17, 2016. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo: John Wronn.
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A Sort of Joy (Thousands of Exhausted Things). April 4, 2015. The
Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo by Manuel Molina Martagon.
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A Sort of Joy (Thousands of Exhausted Things). April 4, 2015. The
Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo by Manuel Molina Martagon.

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Musings from the digital media department at The Museum of…

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Fiona Romeo

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Museum curious. Now Wikimedia Foundation, previously Wellcome Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, Royal Museums Greenwich, Science Museum, etc. Views my own.

Digital @ MoMA

Musings from the digital media department at The Museum of Modern Art

Fiona Romeo

Written by

Museum curious. Now Wikimedia Foundation, previously Wellcome Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, Royal Museums Greenwich, Science Museum, etc. Views my own.

Digital @ MoMA

Musings from the digital media department at The Museum of Modern Art

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