Ian Hatcher is a writer, voice actor, musician, programmer, and performance artist.
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His work focuses on technological power and human/machine entanglement.
He is the author of a poetry collection, Prosthesis; several records and chapbooks; and a conjoined artists' book and mobile app, Abra, co-created with Amaranth Borsuk and Kate Durbin. His sound poetry and in-character lecture performances have been presented widely in North America and Europe. Other projects include Remote Viewer, a covert theatrical workshop co-directed with Tyler Coburn, and creative research as a member of the Chicago performance collective Lucky Pierre.
He holds degrees in art and writing from SAIC and Brown University. He has taught courses at Brown University, New York University, NJ Institute of Technology, and Rutgers University-Camden, where he was a 2018-19 Digital Studies Fellow. Selected as a 2021 Fulbright Scholar, he currently teaches at the University of Bergen, Norway.
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