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Eliott Edge is a critically-acclaimed author, artist, and international speaker. Edge has published and presented through The Institute of Ethics and Emerging Technologies, The University of Melbourne, Stevens Institute of Technology, Anthology Film Archives, The C.G. Jung Center, The Fenris Wolf, The Museum of Computer Arts, VRTO, Block Seoul, and Disinformation. His work has been included in university curricula as well as cited in Masters' theses and Doctoral dissertations. Edge’s interests include cyborg anthropology, simulation theory, media theory, consciousness and psi research, liminality, psychoanalysis, psychedelics, western occultism, contemporary folklore, as well as AI, culture and film criticism. Edge is a member of Das Unbehagen: Free Association for Psychoanalysis, and a Media & Arts Advisory Board member for The Lifeboat Foundation.

Edge's theoretical influences include Terence McKenna, Tom Campbell, William S. Burroughs, Sherry Turkle, George Bataille, Slavoj Zizek, Amber Case, Cornel West, Douglas Rushkoff, Robert Anton Wilson, Jim Blascovich, Mark Fisher, Russell Targ, Diana Pasulka, Jeremy Bailenson, Justin Sledge, David B. Metcalfe, Jacques Vallee, Jean Baudrillard, Freud, Lacan, and Heidegger's Question Concerning Technology
Eliott Edge
Schrodinger's cat
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