If we can access our past at any given moment, to what extent can we get rid of it and look ahead? What consequences do the access to a digital memory (including access to the words, images and sounds of the horrors of the past) have for post-conflict societies? Can a digital memory become a powerful tool to ignite more profound ethnic hate, violence and war?.
I´m interested in how the ubiquity and pervasive nature of digital technology is reshaping our view of our past, and therefore our identity. I wonder what are the effects of the shift from analog to digital on the construction of cultural memory and what are the implications of those effects?.
Method: All the images and sounds are the combination of the result from typing the words in Google search box.
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