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Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.

Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.

Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.

Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.

Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.

Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.

Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.

Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.

Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.

Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.

Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.

Goodbye CSIRAC performance

goodbye CSIRAC

zoe meagher artist

Zoe Meagher leads a retro-scifi tour through the Melbourne Museum, uncovering the true story of CSIRAC, “Australia’s first computer”. A love letter to 1960s computing and sci-fi, Goodbye, CSIRAC commemorates the things – and people – we forget when technologies become obsolete.