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Analog and digital realms are often more minutely entangled than we realize. Are there any aspects of analog and digital existence that are entirely separate, and do we even have a choice in how we depend upon and engage with various technologies? Is anything gained when we revert to analog ways of being, communicating, creating, and enjoying? What technologies could you bear to give up? What must you have? What would you be happy to see go? We ask ourselves these questions, but is our relationship with technology exclusively about possession? Must the imagined contest between analog and digital processes always be a calculation of benefit and loss?
Join Hugh Manon (Screen Studies; Media, Culture and the Arts) and Meredith Neuman (English) as they ask us to consider the continuities in making and knowing, experiencing and exploring across the analog and digital divide.
Co-sponsored by the Higgins School of Humanities and Difficult Dialogues at Clark University