Post-Digitality

Post Digitality

Post-digitality is a key theme within my research. Today the notion of digitality is either too vague (since it requires further qualification); too ubiquitous, prompting kick-back and resistance through privileging non-digital approaches; or just ubiquitous enough to consider its disappearance into

Post Digitality

Post-digitality is a key theme within my research. Today the notion of digitality is either too vague (since it requires further qualification); too ubiquitous, prompting kick-back and resistance through privileging non-digital approaches; or just ubiquitous enough to consider its disappearance into

Fragmentary Poetics

This ongoing research explores ideas around temporality and contemporaraneity, particularly as they are affected by information technology, and post-digital practices. Nolan, Ryan, Prior, Andrew and Cox, Geoff (upcoming) “The Crackle of Contemporaneity”, in de Assis, Paulo and Schwab, Michael eds. (2019) Futures

Fragmentary Poetics

This ongoing research explores ideas around temporality and contemporaraneity, particularly as they are affected by information technology, and post-digital practices. Nolan, Ryan, Prior, Andrew and Cox, Geoff (upcoming) “The Crackle of Contemporaneity”, in de Assis, Paulo and Schwab, Michael eds. (2019) Futures