As the pace of technological change increases and the multitude of ways for individuals to construct their online identities expands, understanding our increasing reliance on computers is more critical than ever. How have recent changes in computational power refashioned fundamental questions about community and identity? How are these identities performed and staged within these new platforms and hybrid contexts, and with what political, artistic, and social consequences? How does the production of these digital selves articulate differently across gender, racial, ethnic, and national boundaries?
LaJuné McMillian, Anna Shvets, Oleg Nikolaenko