IBM’s THINK Exhibit

This might be a big advertisement for how IBM has shaped the city, but it should prove a pretty interesting representation of how a company does media archaeology on itself and the conception of history and technology that supports it.

“The THINK exhibit, located in Lincoln Center at the corner of Broadway and W. 65th Street in New York City, will be open to the public from September 23 to October 23, 2011. The exhibit features real-time displays of data on New York City’s air, solar and traffic systems, an immersive film that highlights stories of progress, and a self-guided interactive tour that allows visitors to explore the ways science and technology have improved the world. Free admission.” More details at their website.

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