The O is a device that replaces wall texts in the museum.

You can ignore the O and wander around in a state of pleasant reverie / moderate anxiety. Or else use it to read and listen to stories, essays, music and interviews, as well as other bits and pieces, that are 70-80 per cent art-wank free at any given moment. During your visit, hit ‘Save your visit’ and access the content at home.

Retrieve your visit >

The O is free, but if you attempt to steal it, we’ll kill you.

You can also download the O as an app to your iPhone—there’s free wifi, but don’t forget your headphones. Once you’ve visited, you’ll be able to continue to use the app at home. (Only available for iOS, sorry.)

The O supports VoiceOver and screen reader functionality for people who are blind, have low vision, or are dyslexic. For the best experience, we recommend downloading the O app to your iPhone. Or, you can ask staff for an accessible O when you visit.

Download from iTunes >

Read more about the O and Art Processors, the company that made it, here.