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Shackleton’s Man Goes South
Download Shackleton’s Man Goes South, a new novel by acclaimed author Tony White, and take a journey on zeppelins over South Kensington and ride with boat people in the South Atlantic. Published exclusively by the Science Museum, the novel has been inspired by a little known science fiction story about 'climate change' written in 1911 by polar explorer and meteorologist George Clarke Simpson. It will be available for free download for a year from the atmosphere gallery and from the Science Museum’s website from 25 April 2013 for a period of three months. A signed and numbered, limited edition print run of the novel will be available exclusively from the Science Museum shop.
A display in the Atmosphere gallery will chart the scientific and literary inspiration behind White’s novel and incorporate a touch-screen from which visitors will be able to email themselves the free ebook.
The novel is part of a five-year programme of contemporary art commissions at the Science Museum to explore the subject of climate.
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Venue: Science Museum
→ South Kensington 5 min walk