Electroboutique Pop-up

Science Museum

23 November 2011 – 14 February 2012

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Showcasing the work of Alexei Shulgin and Aristarkh Chernyshev, Electroboutique Pop-up is aimed at creating what the artists call 'creative consumption'.

Showcasing the work of Alexei Shulgin and Aristarkh Chernyshev, Electroboutique Pop-up is aimed at creating what the artists call 'creative consumption'.Exhibits such as the wowPod, which invites visitors to plug in their iPods to experience their tunes and videos in a new way, and Final Adjustment, a padded TV that changes picture when struck, encourage interaction from visitors, while a giant distorted iPhone and a digital mirror TV that shows viewers their own 'tele-portrait' reflection provide a playful contemporary perspective on art and consumerism.These artworks are placed in context by a display of technological milestones, including the first Apple computer and early telephones and TVs.

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Opening times

Daily, 10am  6pm (last entry 5.15pm)
Open until 7pm (last entry 6.15pm) during school holidays

Closed 24  26 Dec

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