WordHack XVIII

December 17, 2015 at 6:45 PM @ Babycastles Gallery

Feat. Daniel Kolitz, Mimi Cabell, Daniel Temkin and Jeremy Bushnell
Poetry

WordHack is a monthly evening of performances and talks exploring the intersection of language and technology. Code poetry, digital literature, e-lit, devArt, coders interested in the creative side, writers interested in new forms writing can take, all are welcome here. We also have an OPEN PROJECTOR (like an open mic for digital work) where anyone can come up and show their work (for 5 minutes). Signup starts at 6:45, performers start at 7:15. This month we will feature talks and performances by: DANIEL KOLITZ (http://thedatadrive.com/) MIMI CABELL (http://mimicabell.com/) DANIEL TEMKIN (http://danieltemkin.com/) JEREMY BUSHNELL (http://www.jeremypbushnell.com/) Host: TODD ANDERSON (http://hotwriting.net/) Lead Organizer: CLAIRE DONATO (http://somanytumbleweeds.com/) Join the WordHack Email List: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1WqcjgCk67ghz7b8UjwZVProo9gIpYFhxmAIyOeGsdFI/viewform --- PERFORMER BIOS DANIEL KOLITZ is writer and retired satirical collagist living in Brooklyn. He's the creator of The Printed Internet and The Data Drive, writes for a handful of publications, and has been sporadically researching the history of Adderall for an extremely long time. MIMI CABELL was formally trained in photography and the language arts; today she is enamored with “the image” and the different ways it can be and always is created through visual and textual grammar. DANIEL TEMKIN is an artist and programmer who uses instruction-based work to explore the compulsive and the irrational. He writes a blog on programming languages as an art medium at esoteric.codes and will be presenting on the subject at SXSW and Creative Technology Week in 2016. http://danieltemkin.com/ JEREMY P BUSHNELL is the author of two novels: The Weirdness (Melville House, 2014) and The Insides (Melville House, forthcoming 2016). He speaks and writes about magic, artifacts, intimacy, networks, chance, confusion, and noise. He teaches writing at Northeastern University in Boston, MA.

$5-$10

Hosted by Todd