Nike opened a new pop-up running track in the heart of Manila, Philippines. Designed by BBH Singapore, the Unlimited Stadium installation is shaped like the sole of Nike’s new Lunar Epic shoe. Lined with LED screens, the 200-meter racetrack invites runners to run alongside their own digital avatar. But first runners must attach a radio-frequency sensor to their shoe to record their initial track time. With this individualized data, runners are challenged to outdo their avatar, besting their own record with each lap. The temporary running track is able to accommodate 30 runners at a time.
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Now – May 12, 2019
Frida Kahlo: Appearances
This exhibition presents personal artifacts, belonging, to the iconic Mexican Artist, Freda Kahlo at Brooklyn Museum.
May 07, 2019 — May 10, 2019
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