WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5 l 6:30 PM l ICP SCHOOL
A panel discussion on the effects of the "Internet bubble"—how and why we tend to both consume and share media that confirms our pre-existing biases
In the months following the election, the phenomena of the “internet bubble” has quickly become well-documented. Writers, thinkers, and cultural producers have wondered aloud: “why in a robust, prolific information environment do we consume and share out media that confirms our pre-existing biases?” This program is a live exploration of this issue and, more importantly, a forum for discussing solutions on how to bridge our nation’s divide and use art, storytelling, and visual analysis to exit our own echo chambers.
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