World-Information.org 2002 was an exhibition held in the Oude Kerk (Old Church) of Amsterdam from 15 November - 15 December 2002, a collaboration between Public Netbase/t0 (Vienna), de Balie, Nederlands Instituut voor Mediakunst (NIMK) and Waag Society. The exhibition consisted of the three parts: 'World-Infostructure', 'World-C4U' and 'Future Heritage' that outlined the evolution of communication technologies and their consequences in relation to society, exhibited historic and state-of-the-art control and surveillance technology and display digital artworks and installations.
On 32 information displays World-Infostructure outlined the emergence and influence of the expansion of worldwide communication and information networks on various aspects of society and everyday life.
World-C4U presented arts projects that examine and question the use of surveillance and eavesdrop systems and highlights historic and state-of-the-art security and control technologies.
Future Heritage showed the rich, diverse and vital variety of electronic culture and displays the works of renowned and pioneering international artists.