Ian Hatcher is a writer, vocalist, programmer, and performance artist based in New York.
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His work focuses on technological power, liveness, 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 performances have been widely presented in North America and Europe. Other projects include Remote Viewer, a covert theatrical workshop co-directed with Tyler Coburn, and ongoing work as a member of the Chicago collective Lucky Pierre.
He has taught 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 2020 Fulbright U.S. Scholar to Norway, he will teach at the University of Bergen in 2020-21.
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