Graeme Wallace

PhD candidate

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Culture. Communication. Complexity.#

Graeme is a PhD Candidate at the School of Cybernetics. His research interests inhabit a continuum from philosophy through systems theory, a cybernetics of strategic design, non-linearity in complexity, language evolution, technologically-mediated subjectivity and epistemological holism. With a particular focus on language and communication, he is deeply interested in the ways that technologically-mediated communications systems invoke, amplify and sustain their own antitheses.

In his personal time he enjoys reading, writing, studying music, and pursuing eclectic learning journeys through a stochastic cartography of culture, communication, and complexity.

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