Barbara Kruger and William Gibson: on information with Tim Marlow
From I Shop Therefore I Am to recent large-scale installations, Barbara Kruger is a key figure who has shaped the way art audiences think about ideology and information.
William Gibson has written such pivotal works as Neuromancer, Johnny Mnemonic and the recent Pattern Recognition, and first imagined cyberspace. He has been instrumental in exploring how the development of technology has transformed the dissemination and �reading� of information.
For the first time these two practitioners come together to discuss how notions of information have been a key factor in their own work and how such ideas shape the way we understand and consider the visual world.