Postdigital Time

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The “postdigital” is an inherently temporal concept, yet, along with the postdigital itself, the temporality of the postdigital remains open. With few exceptions, by rejecting the idea that the “postdigital” comes right after the “digital” in a successive manner, most scholars interpret the temporality of the concept in a way that is admittedly blurry and indeterminate. This opens various lines of inquiry. How should we understand and relate to postdigital time, including the role digital technologies play in it? What are the constraints it imposes on our imagination of the future and present? How does it naturalize the contemporary order?

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