Digital Memory
  • Room 206 and 207, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

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This one-day symposium hosted by the Arts Institute seeks to bring together researchers from across the faculty and beyond who have cognate interests in what might broadly be described as ‘digital memory’, in order to stimulate potential collaborations with an eye to funding opportunities.

The symposium brings the theoretical context of new materialisms to bear on the media ecologies of the present. How can this range of new understandings of materiality influence how we think about the media communication technologies that have emerged in the last decades and their meaning?

This event seeks to draw attention to the breadth of ideas and experiments in Arts and Humanities research that might help us to explore the potentialities of a post-digital present in which the ontological status of media forms are open to negotiation.

For more information, please visit The Arts Institute blog.

Please email to book your place. 

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