NO TIME: VIRTUAL FUTURES (video)

“There’s a sense that everything has changed but nothing’s really happened […] technological upgrades have taken the place of a kind of cultural development, and what I want to suggest, really, is that there is a correlation between these two things. What I’ve noticed over the last few months is a growing sense of a kind of digital communicative malaise; a sense that we’re deep into this stuff and that we didn’t necessarily know what we were getting into. It’s like we’re the subject of an experiment which no-one is consciously really conducting.”

http://www.virtualfutures.co.uk/event/vf2011/

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