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Saturday, June 11 • 12:15 - 13:15
Artists Talks & Lunch

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The Saturday morning Artists Talks event features five artists talking about their art. Lunch is provided for free to all participants. 

Artists
avatar for Aaron Tucker

Aaron Tucker

Lecturer, Ryerson University
I am the co-creator of The ChessBard (chesspoetry.com), an app that translates chess games into poetry. I am also the author of Interfacing with the Internet in Popular Cinema, a book focused on tracking representations of the Internet through American cinema; I am also the author of punchlines, a poetry collection that combines lyrical poetry with code and markup. | | If nothing else, we can talk about basketball!
avatar for Erik Zepka

Erik Zepka

Erik Zepka is a conceptual media artist and writer whose practice centers around a critical engagement with the products of science and technology. The computer forms a chief hub of this process. With a base at x-o-x-o-x.com, projects range from interactive code works, to audiovisual remixes, to conceptual projects incorporating this content. Embodiment, failure, performance, social media, biology and glitch are some of its recurring... Read More →
avatar for Jody Zellen

Jody Zellen

Jody Zellen is a Los Angeles based artist and writer who works in many media simultaneously. A maker of interactive installations, mobile apps, net art, animations, drawings, paintings, photographs, public art, and artists' books, she constantly thinks about ways to integrate interactivity and technology into her works. Most recently she has been making iOS apps as artworks. Her 7 free apps are: "Time Jitters," "Urban Rhythms," "Spine Sonnet... Read More →
avatar for John Cayley

John Cayley

Professor, Brown University
John Cayley makes language art using programmable media. Recent work has explored aestheticized vectors of reading (thereadersproject.org) and 'writing to be found' within and against the services of Big Software. In future work he aims to write for a readership that is as much aural as visual.


Saturday June 11, 2016 12:15 - 13:15
David Lam Auditorium MacLaurin A144

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