A personal yet universal story about the Internet Age, Tiffany Shlain's Connected: An Autobiography about Love, Death and Technology is an energized romp through a myriad of ideas about where the human race is headed. Connected explores the visible and invisible connections linking major issues of our time — the environment, consumption, population growth, technology, human rights, the global economy — while searching for her place in the world during a transformative time in her life.
Employing an imaginative combination of animation and archival footage, Shlain constructs a chronological tour of Western modernization through the work of her late father, Leonard Shlain, a surgeon and best-selling author of Art and Physics and The Alphabet Versus the Goddess.
800 Aurora St.
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