Marshall McLuhan at transmediale 2013, Berlin
THE MARSHALL MCLUHAN SALON
The multimedia information centre of the Embassy of Canada in Berlin was named after the famous Canadian media philosopher Herbert Marshall McLuhan (1911 – 1980). It presents Canada using state-of-the-art technical equipment.
Wed 30.01.2013 – 18:30
In collaboration with The Embassy of Canada, transmediale will present the Marshall McLuhan Lecture 2013: Plutos, Plutocrats, & Plutonium with the renowned Canadian philosopher Ian Hacking and historian of science respondent Lorraine Daston, discussing the importance of classification and naming, to our ways of inhabiting the world.
[[[ I'LL SHOW YOU HD ]]] – TRANSMEDIALE MARSHALL MCLUHAN SALON 2013
This exhibition is realized in cooperation with the Marshall McLuhan Salon at the Embassy of Canada, which holds one of the most significant collections of audio-visual material by and about the Canadian media theorist Marshall McLuhan, as well as a large number of his publications. Since 2007, exhibitions and events organized in cooperation with the transmediale have been held in the Salon. For transmediale 2013, the exhibition [[[ I'll Show You HD ]]] and the Marshall McLuhan Lecture 2013 with Ian Hacking are on the program. The exhibition [[[ I'll Show You HD ]]] is a collaboration between transmediale and the Embassy of Canada.
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