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Economic Imagination 25 Jun 2021
The Centre for Postdigital Cultures (CPC) presents a panel discussion for 17, Institute of Critical Studies colloquium on Economic Imagination. Coordinated by Benjamín Mayer Foulkes, the colloquium “honors and gathers the fruits of the two decades of the Institute's life”.
The Postdigital City for Post-Pandemic Times 15 Jun 2021
The Centre for Postdigital Cultures (CPC) invite you to their annual conference, this year on the theme of 'Postdigital Cities'. The event will take place over the course of two days, with each panel session focusing on CPC's key thematic areas.
Join us online for an action packed 2 hours of Immersive industry insights and tech demonstrations, whether you want to find out more about the use of virtual reality (VR) augmented reality (AR) and 360 audiovisual technologies in culture and heritage, or you are looking to collaborate and find partners.
Can We Unlearn Liberal Individualism? Gary Hall in conversation about his new book A Stubborn Fury: How Writing Works in Elitist Britain 25 Mar 2021
In this in-conversation, Gary Hall and Carolina Rito explore Hall's latest Book A Stubborn Fury. The discussion will be followed by an open Q&A, where Gary and Carolina will invite questions from the audience online.
domestic | private | familial 20 Nov 2020
A series dedicated to exploring how intimate spaces are shaped by postdigital media culture and our means of knowing and feeling the domestic, private and familial through social media, film, television, physical culture, screen media arts, performance.
We would like to invite you to the online workshop event for the START IN project.
CPC Missed Connections: A Long-distance Conversation about ViRAL (Virtual Reality Archive Learning) 21 Jul 2020
Join CPC for an online virtual conversation between CPC Co-director Dr Jacqueline Cawston and Philipp Wittwer from Dornbirn City Archive, one of our project partners on the Erasmus+ funded project ViRAL (Virtual Reality Archive Learning).
An online reading group discussion on infrastructure, automation and instability with Andrew Goffey.