WordHack is a monthly evening of performances and talks exploring the intersection of language and technology. Code poetry, digital literature, e-lit, language games, coders interested in the creative side, writers interested in new forms writing can take, all are welcome here.
Yet again we will be gathering ONLINE on the Babycastles Twitch stream (https://twitch.tv/babycastles) for talks and performances from:
NAT MESNARD (http://nataliemesnard.com/)
EDITH VIAU (https://eviau.net/)
MURILO POLESE (http://www.murilopolese.com/)
We also have our OPEN PROJECTOR (like an open mic for digital work) where anyone can sign up to share a piece on stream. A link to the form to sign up for open projector will be sent to you after you confirm your attendance on here on WithFriends.
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Host & Curator: TODD ANDERSON (http://toddwords.com/)
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Accessibility: WordHack is streamed on Twitch.tv with automated closed captioning available via the 'CC' button at the bottom of the player. Visual description available on request. WordHack aims to be accessible to all, please email Todd at toddwords\\[at\\]gmail.com with any access questions or requests.
Nat Mesnard writes fiction, teaches storytelling, and designs games. Nat is currently a member of Pratt Institute’s Game Design & Interactive Media Program faculty, and co-hosts Queers at the End of the World, a podcast on apocalypse, dystopia, and queer futures.
Edith Viau is an artist based in Montréal, Qc. Some of her interests includes mathematics, sound art and systems as a medium.
Murilo Polese is a Brazillian technologist interested in learning experiences, music, microscopes and drawing machines.
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