The Museum of Technorealism c / The Museum of Technorealism seeks to both reenact and rearticulate the original principles of the 1998 Technorealism movement through specific artefacts drawn from the tides of technological transformation. Technorealism asks that we think more critically about the role that technology plays in human evolution and everyday life. Integral to this perspective is an understanding that the current waves of technological transformation are actually a continuation of tides of change that have taken place throughout history.

Sept 2016, Dulwich College Gallery, Group Show
July 2016, Royal College of Art, ShowRCA16
July 2016, ReachOutRCA visit museum led by Jasleen Kaur, ShowRCA16
June 2016, Silicon Roundabout, London, Various Locations

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