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'Money No Object' questions prevailing concepts of value and playfully explores a new significance for physical currency in an immaterial digital… Read More
'Money No Object' questions prevailing concepts of value and playfully explores a new significance for physical currency in an immaterial digital age - where smart payment transactions are imperceptible and human emotions are something that money can't buy. Read Less
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'Money No Object' is a series of wearable donations systems, launched at the Victoria and Albert Museum's Digital Design Weekend in September 2014, as part of London Design Festival. 
 
For more information about the project, please visit: http://www.moneynoobject.co.uk or the V&A blog here: http://www.vam.ac.uk/blog/?p=9547
Money No Object: the artist with 'Tap & Pay' (photo: Tas Kyprianou)
Tap & Pay, a wearable and danceable donations system, on show at the V&A Digital Design Weekend September 2014. (Photo: Jonathan Rowley)
Tap & Pay (photo: Heidi Hinder)
Hug & Pay (photo: Jonathan Rowley)
Hug & Pay, donations badge (photo: Jonathan Rowley)
The Handshake Agreement (Photo: Jonathan Rowley)
The Handshake Agreement, launched at the V&A Digital Design Weekend, September 2014. (Photo: Jonathan Rowley).
The Handshake Agreement, with interactive info graphic. A wearable sociable donation system, part of the Money No Object series. (Photo: Jonathan Rowley)
High Five & Pay, from a series of wearable interactive donation systems.
A visitor to the V&A Digital Design Weekend enjoying High Five & Pay wearable donation system with the artist, Heidi Hinder.
Money No Object at the London Design Festival. (Photo: Jonathan Rowley)