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Museum for a future

This is an archaeological collection of technological artefacts from the 20th and 21st centuries constituting a ""museum for a future"". The objects are found on the river Thames' foreshore in London, at low tide. The foreshore is a particular archaeological site: it is a fringe between a natural environment and urbanisation where objects age rapidly because of the tides washes and are altered by contact to a variety of the other materials as well as the fauna and flora found in the river. The collection is also conceived to be displayed in science or media museums.