The Wellcome Trust in London unveils its new window display today. Called What If…, it features work by students, graduates and staff from the Royal College of Art’s Design Interactions department, including a piece (pictured) by Bernhard Hopfengärtner. The collection addresses questions such as, ‘What if our emotions were read by machines?’. It was curated by design duo Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby. The display will be refreshed with new designs throughout the year.
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