SCMS 2016 in Atlanta was amazing and I was so incredibly happy to be involved. I’ve uploaded my paper and lecture slides to this page for those interested: http://aarontucker.ca/academic-work/conference-papers/the-absent-virtual-soldier-combat-simulators-in-film/ As well, I’ve updated the 3D Poetry page to include our new title, Loss Sets, to include a more detailed project description. This project was accepted to this […]
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Interfacing with the Internet got a generous and attentive review from Grace Halden; at Science Fiction Film and Television&; (Volume 8, Issue 3, Autumn 2015): “The breadth of analysis here and the sheer volume of practical examples offered are a considerable strength in this piece of work. A text such as this cannot help but […]
Very excited to be reading in a few days as part of the Bilingual Poetry Night with other awesome poets like Jean-Marc Desgent, Jay Millar, Sonia Lamontagne, Michel A. Therien and Catherine Graham. We’ll be at the Annex Center off Baturst at 7:30 on December 2nd. The full event listing can be found at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/634718213337011/. As well, the second […]
On September 18th, 2015, two time U.S. Women’s Chess Champion Jennifer Shahade and I played a blindfold chess exhibition at Ryerson University’s Student Learning Center; both of our moves were translated in poems in real time. You can find a full recap by Joshua Arthur Peter White-Crummey at the Ryersonian, complete with additional pictures plus […]
The ChessBard is included with a number of other astounding pieces as part of the Electronic Literature Festival Exhibition: http://elo2015.h.uib.no/index.html So thrilled to be included with such amazing works! As well, a short interview with Aaron Tucker with Rob Mclennan as part of the ChessBard being included in this month’s Touch the Donkey: http://touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2015/08/ttd-supplement-32-five-questions-for.html
I’m very excited to be at the Electronic Literature Organization Conference in Bergen in early August! The ChessBard is included in an exhibit coinciding with the conference and I’ll be giving a brief talk on the project at 3:30 on August 5th to help open the exhibit with all the other contributors. Also, Beatriz Hausner’s excellent […]
The old website was getting a bit crowded and so I decided to move to a new and remodeled web-home. Not much has changed: all of my projects are here with lengthy descriptions supplemented by links. Have a look around and email me at atucker[at]ryerson[dot]ca with any and all questions!