Matthew Wraith

Matthew Wraith teaches science fiction, politics, creative thinking and collective intelligence at the Centre for Languages Culture and Communication at Imperial College, London. He also teaches design theory and research methods He completed his PhD at the London Consortium in 2011, writing his thesis on the philosophical and artistic engagement with noise in the early twentieth century. He presently researches the history of political and psychological interactions with technology. He has written on technocratic ideas, HG Wells and the philosopher Michel Serres.

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