LONDON COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION
UAL, SUMMER 2015




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Documentation of a series of lecture as part of Contextual and Theoretical Studies which focused on 21st century dilemas, explores the cross-fertilisation that occurs between theory and culture.︎  
























In this fast paced world we live in, the explosion of new media technologies has changed the way people coexist in spaces of great flux. The more populated a city is the more disconnected crowds seem to be. It feels relevant to reflect on these upgraded definitions of time and space to better calculate the impact on our new globalised individual identities.
Our high-tech cosmopolitan behaviors reveals a certain incapability of fully live and make use of the present tense, resulting in populations more certain about where to go and not so sure of who they are.





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