PETER HILL'S MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY IDEAS

Peter Hill

The Albury Wodonga Superfiction 1993

Collaboration Peter Hill and J.J. Voss (Photographer)

S U P E R F I C T I O N S


The Museum of Contemporary Ideas

Situated on Park Avenue, is the largest organisation of its kind in the world to be dedicated to contemporary ideas and their research. The museum offers an unrivalled view across the visual and performing arts, science, architecture, philosophy of science, new technologies, and off-planet systems. A range of services is available to the physically disadvantaged, sign language interpretors are available for hearing-impaired visitors, and a sculpture touch tour (by appointment) has been designed for the visually dysfunctional.

The lecture theatres in the Alice and Abner "Bucky " Cameron theatres 3 and 6 are enhanced by infra-red amplification systems backedup by terrestrial and off-planet broadcasting systems.

According to the museum's primary mission statement, "The Museum of Contemporary Ideas is a bequest to the people of New York thru the Alice and Abner "Bucky" Cameron Foundation. It was also their wish that the European centre for the museum locate in Dundee, Scotland, home of "Bucky" Cameron's grandparents whose wealth from the local jute industry financed both their son and their grandson's activities in the multi-national oil and artificial intelligence industries.




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