If you’re just tuning in here, I’m guestblogging a devotional shrine to Bruce Sterling — he’ll be in Minneapolis next week for a talk at the Walker Art Center. What devotional shrine would be complete without digital photos?
A couple of years ago, I kidnapped Bruce from some technology conference he was attending in Pasadena, and drove him to LACMA to see an edutainment exhibit for kids about nanotechnology: http://nano.arts.ucla.edu.
There were Buckminster Fuller quotes on the walls and heady particle physics books all over the place. This was odd, because the target audience was under ten years old. Maybe eight-year-olds today are smarter than we know.
I shot these images with the nano-sized Canon Elph, a little smaller than a pack of cigarettes.
Here’s the photo set: Link.