Dusk to Dawn: Horizons of the Digital/Post-Digital
As digitally inflected practices and technology become further diffused and hybridised, there is a way in which it does become, in some senses, increasingly difficult to isolate or differentiate between digital and non-digital. Indeed, this paper will posit the contemporary situation as a kind of tipping point moment for the digital as a concept, one that, as a result of its many overlapping, oversaturated and seemingly ubiquitous modes of manifestation in the world, opens up a perceived need for a renewed engagement with the question of what the digital entails and for which a wedge term like postdigital might provide one such contextualising tool. In this vein, one might question why the digital is blue?
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