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Mike Mills' new film asks the kids of Silicon Valley workers (the sons of Google's cafeteria line cooks; the daughters of engineers at Apple) about their relationship with technology and what the future looks like to them. The journalist and critic Gideon Lewis-Kraus sat down with Mills in San Francisco to discuss the film and the ways in which growing up in the corporate-technological landscape leads to a strange new worldview for these kids.

From now until July 1, Organist listeners get an exclusive sneak peek at the full version of A Mind Forever Voyaging Through Strange Seas of Thought Alone at Believermag.com/mikemills. (password: BELIEVER)

 

 

 

Banner image: Mike Mills, A Mind Forever Voyaging through Strange Seas of Thought Alone: Silicon Valley Project (still), 2013; commissioned by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, courtesy the artist; © Mike Mills

 

Episode 18: A Mind Forever Voyaging

Mike Mills' new film (available through July 1 only to our listeners!) asks the kids of Silicon Valley workers: what does the future look like?

More:
Lewis-Karus' 'No Exit: Struggling to Survive a Modern Gold Rush'
Project Los Altos: SFMOMA in Silicon Valley
The Believer March/April 2014 film issue

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