What is tomorrow made of?

Furnished with audio and visual sequences, 'what tomorrow is made of?' is a series of conversations with contemporary philosophers and practitioners that explore philosophical themes in electronic music.

01 - Imagined space: a discussion with Toby Young

Themes explored: nostalgia, hauntology, creative processes, childhood memories space and locations 

Links: https://theothertoby.com/

Sources cited: Antonin Artaud (2018). Theatre and Its Double. Alma Books. Augé, M. (1995). Non-places: an Introduction to Supermodernity. London: Verso. Brecht, B., Silberman, M., Giles, S., Kuhn, T., Davis, J., Romy Fursland, Victoria Williams Hill, Imbrigotta, K. and Willett, J. (2019). Brecht on theatre. London ; New York: Bloomsbury Academic. Foucault, M. (1966). The Order of Things: An Archaeology of the Human Sciences. London: Routledge. Reynolds, S. (2012). Retromania : pop culture’s addiction to its own past. London: Faber. Young, T. (2015) The Artistic Self: Identity and Self-Representation in Nicholas Maw’s Life Studies. University of Oxford