The Internet will be in your contact lens. It will recognize people’s faces, display their biographies, and even translate their words into subtitles Kicho Kaku Physics of the future: How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Daily Lives by the Year 2100
1. Materiell kultur er en meningsbærer 2. Materiell kultur har flere lag med meninger 3. Materiell kultur påvirker oss
Once I was a scuba diver in the sea of words. Now I zip along the surface like a guy on a Jet ski (Carr 2010: 6-7).
The contemporary eye is no longer innocent. What we see is almost invariably informed by prefabricated images (Kearney 2003: 2)...there is a growing belief in certain circles that the very notion of imaginative creativity may soon be a thing of the past. We appear to have entered a postmodern civilization where the image has become less and less the expression of an individual subject and more and more the commodity of an anonymous consumerist technology (Kearney 2003:6).
The first and most effective step in this direction is to begin to imagine the world as it could be otherwise (Kearney 2003: 371).
The ethical/poetical imagination reminds us that humanity has a duty, if it wishes to survive its threatened ending, to remember the past and to project a future (Kearney 2003: 392).
Museums are empowered to transmit the world’s wisdom in a manner similar to a First Nation elder telling meaning-laden stories to her grandchild (Janes 2007: 139).