Ian Hatcher is a writer, sound poet, voice actor, coder, and performance artist.
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His work explores power, narrative, and cognition in the context of digital systems.
His output includes performances and readings across North America and Europe; a print/sound poetry collection, Prosthesis; several vinyl records and chapbooks; and Abra, a conjoined artists' book and mobile app co-created with Amaranth Borsuk and Kate Durbin. 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 has taught courses at MassArt, Brown University, New York University, the NJ Institute of Technology, Rutgers-Camden, where he was a 2018 Digital Studies Fellow, and the University of Bergen, where he spent the 2021-22 academic year as a Fulbright Scholar to Norway. Prior to teaching, he worked as a freelance software developer in NYC.
He holds degrees in art and writing from SAIC and Brown University, and is currently a doctoral student at the University of Colorado Boulder.
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