Designed and created by the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford, UK
‘Smart’ devices are now everywhere, improving our lives by making us safer, bringing people together and making everyday tasks easier. Yet with 8 billion devices found in households, the connected world can also raise concerns over our privacy. Does being permanently online make you feel safe – or suspicious?
In this exhibition you will rethink our relationship with internet-connected devices. Discover how these everyday objects can improve life and how they might overstep boundaries concerning our privacy. Find out how being connected is changing the world – and what it means for you.
Never Alone is available to hire in the form of a Blueprint Pack allowing you to create a unique exhibition customised to your specific location and audience.
Independent adults, students and older school groups
SIZE AND FORMAT
Completely flexible, depending on your space and needs – the display at the National Science and Media
No minimum hire period
• Expert content and narrative created by our curatorial team
• Specially commissioned film with transcripts
• Design assets, including title treatments and text panels
• Dima Yarovinsky’s thought-provoking artwork I Agree – that can be commissioned directly from the artist