Stretching Before and After
Keywords:interactivity, subjectivity, digital media
AbstractNarrative provides a means by which to explore information technology and subjectivity in ways that offer insights into the possibilities for new forms of cyberfeminism. The author sets out to argue for an approach to cyberfeminism that stresses critique and transformation. The call made is for the restitution of cyberfeminism as a political project carried out by subjects who are increasingly connected to networks, but who remain able to act. Consideration of the subject as a narratable self, as someone who stretches before and after the moments of her technological interpellation, but who is also changed by it, is useful in conceptualising this subject.
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