Andrew Wilson: Computer Mediated Technologies, Subjectivity and Memory

I will examine the laying down of memory, and the role it plays in the imaginitive locality of cyberspace: a locating of the popular memory within an abstract futurity. I will go on to examine the conversation between this embedded memory and the performitivity of 'the future' within cyberspace, and cyberspace as a marker of 'the future'.

Andrew Wilson has a background in cultural studies (history and theory); currently a graduate teaching assistant with the department of sociology, researching cyberspace and science in the popular imagination.