The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things @ Nottingham Contemporary

It seems like a good day to head down to Nottingham Contemporary and check out 'The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things' exhibit. Not only is the weather outside a bit 'blah' today, but doesn't this sound pretty cool?

Historical and contemporary works of art, videos, machines, archaeological artefacts and iconic objects, like the giant inflatable cartoon figure of Felix the Cat – the first image ever transmitted on TV – inhabit an “enchanted landscape” created in Nottingham Contemporary’s galleries, where objects seem to be communicating with each other and with us.

Not only is the exhibit inside, but admission is free. So head on down, check it out, and let us know how it was (here's the google map directions for getting from the Igloo to the Contemporary).