Is there a “new”, though not originary, form of imagination that, in the New Media era, modifies and traces the peculiarities of its own functioning in the creative process of those products of the contemporary feeling in whose creation the same imagination takes part? What is left of the freedom of this new imagination constantly “at work” while connected to a network? And what is left of the subject’s freedom that, through the technicized imagination, feels, shares and adapts to the world? This essay reflects on still open issues suggesting an interpretative key, whose nature is eminently aesthetic.

Keywords: Sharing, Imaginativity, Freedom, New Media, technicized Feeling

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