A book to accompany the launch of The Science Museum’s new gallery (opened 2014) devoted to the information age (including telecommunications) with new site-specific art commission from artist Rafael Lozanno Hemmer. For 200 years, users, as well as innovators, have developed information and communications networks – transforming how we connect with each other and reshaping our lives. History informs our experience of technological change in today’s digital world.
|Title of host publication||Information Age|
|Subtitle of host publication||Six Networks That Changed Our World|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publisher||Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers Ltd|
|Number of pages||10|
|ISBN (Print)||1857599012, 9781857599015|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
Cook, S., Foresta, D., Pate, I., & Redler, H. (2014). On Artists and Information: A conversation between Dr Sarah Cook, Don Foresta, Iain Pate and Hannah Redler. In T. Blyth (Ed.), Information Age: Six Networks That Changed Our World (pp. 192-201). Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers Ltd .