Ian Hatcher is a text / sound / code / performance artist based in New York.
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His work focuses on algorithmic culture, language as data, and human / machine entanglement.
He has performed and exhibited his work internationally, including at Artists Space, The Kitchen, e-flux, Pioneer Works, the Chicago Cultural Center, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Fondation Louis Vuitton, Festival Actoral, Alexandrinsky Theater in St. Petersburg, Runokuu in Helsinki, and the University of Hong Kong. His published books and records include Prosthesis (Poor Claudia); The All-New (Anomalous); Drone Pilot (cOsmOsmOse); Colony (ESPTV); and Abra, a conjoined artists' book and iOS app created with Amaranth Borsuk and Kate Durbin.
Previously on faculty at NJIT, NYU, and Brown University, he is a 2018-19 Digital Studies Fellow at Rutgers-Camden, where he currently teaches in the English department. [ – ]