Unseen connections: exhibiting the global stories of cellular technology at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History
What can and should anthropology look like in the 21st century within the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History? Thinking through the issues bundled up in these questions, within this talk I will discuss the decade of interdisciplinary research that informs the exhibit - Cellphone: Unseen Connections - about cellular technology and its cultural, ecological and social intersections that I am curating and which opens in June 2023.
Pitt Rivers Museum Research Seminar in Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology, Hilary 2023
Fridays, 12pm-1.30pm (Weeks 1-8)
Convened by Charlotte Linton and Christopher Morton