Memories of the Future: On Countervision - Cultural Memories 6 by Deborah Jaffe
What is the memory of the future? Is it a myth or fiction about a broken arm or a post-human discussion or a broken time machine? In an increasingly insecure…
Memories of the Future synopsis
What is the memory of the future? Is it a myth or fiction about a broken arm or a post-human discussion or a broken time machine? In an increasingly insecure world, there is an urgent need to consider and discuss these questions. Futurememories:Countervision addresses these concerns by speculating on the links between memory and the future in areas such as counter history, women's studies, science fiction, art and design, technology, philosophy and politics.
This book reveals how these topics are renewed at the intersection of vision, production and counter-culture and the former present. This volume connects the re-imagining of memory with topics such as the poor dream of adolescent social experience, the soft technologies of future attire, the re-exchange of cash, the revival of school day themes, the techniques and human progress.
These theories contradict the homogeneity of the current situation of the present in order to challenge the customs, traditions, past agreements and future proposals.
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