The TALM Superior School of Art and Design invited Amar LAKEL to look back on a decade of research on the construction of public space in the Internet age. The conference took place on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, at 6:00 p.m., via video conference via Microsoft Teams. A very large majority of the intellectual class (journalists, academics, artists, etc.) seem to agree on a consensual premise: the arrival of the Internet and social networks have upset the construction of spaces for socialization. Dominated by what Louis Althusser called (in Gramsci’s sequel) Ideological Apparatus (State or Enterprise), the public space in the digital age has undoubtedly seen an incalculable number of new entrants on the media scene. But can we speak of a revolution in the
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