This exhibition website from MoMA tackles the difficult task of presenting the work of Gabriel Orozco, an artist about whom the exhibition catalog states, "There is no way to identify a work by Orozco in terms of physical product". In a post from the MoMA blog "Inside/Out", Shannon Darrough, Senior Media Developer, stated that in order to achieve a playful interactive feeling for the online exhibition, the underlying metaphor of the Orozco site is a game of cards. When the site is loaded, the visitor sees an array of about 150 thumbnail images of different works. When any of these works is selected, the others skitter away to let the selected piece enlarge and come to the fore, with full captions, and sometimes audio of Orozco's comments. There is also a set of 6 videos available, documenting the installation of the show, and more commentary from Orozco.


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