The Bard Memetics Laboratory (Bard Meme Lab)is an interdisciplinary research group focusing on digital memes, online media, and content dissemination.
The Bard Memetics Laboratory, aka the Bard Meme Lab, provides a space for examining online culture through the lenses of cinema and media studies, the experimental humanities, cognitive science, and the visual arts. By analyzing not just the content of memes but their very form, and through a focus on understanding meme creators themselves as artists, the Lab engages with the contemporary networked world to produce original research, publications, events, software, and other interventions.
If you’d like to join the lab or receive updates, email [email protected]. We are open to all undergrads.
Volume One of Content, A Memetics Research Journal is now available for download! Featuring work by Tiffany Sia, John Olson, Markela Zeneli, Maruo C. Martinez, Jovana Maksić, Idil Galip, Beatrix Horan, McKenzie Wark, autogynophiles_anonymous, Esther Neff, Jenson Leonard, Georgie Payne, Erin Taylor, Cecily Chen, Isabella Haid, Charlotte Foreman, Sacha Medjo, Patia Borja, Brandon Vanbach
About the Meme Lab
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