Jake Davis is an assistant editor in the Guggenheim’s Interactive Department; he edits the Findings blog and Checklist posts on pieces in the collection. Jake studied philosophy at The New School for Social Research and writes about the ways that art, habit, and technology shape perception and memory.
Looking beyond the current exhibition Italian Futurism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe, use the Collection Online to discover Futurist artworks from across Europe that are not on view in New York. More
Poetry that abolished syntax, understanding art through touch, and a 1917 seduction manual—these and other concerns of the Italian Futurists will be examined during a series of programs and events starting at the Guggenheim next month. More