Dylan holds a BA (Hons) in English Literature, with a minor in Art History, from the National University of Singapore (NUS). His undergraduate thesis examined social media horror storytelling and new readerly/textual ontologies in the electronic literary sphere. Presently, Dylan is interested in media archaeology and literary interfaces (and interfacings) more broadly: he seeks to propose a longue durée history of “digital” reading and texts.

Dylan previously helped author and produce an NUS art history MOOC, entitled Introduction to Art: Singapore in Southeast Asia and the World (forthcoming in 2024), and worked in education and outreach at the NUS Museum.

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