The following videos include a detailing of the writing of Catalogue d’oiseaux; a reading from the text; and the recording of the April 13th launch of the book also featuring the work of Adam Seelig, Lia Tarachansky, Daniel Scott Tysdal, Kirby, Shazia Hafiz Ramji, and Julia Polyck O’Neill.
Aaron Tucker delivers a talk about his current research into facial recognition software as part of the Ryerson University Centre for Digital Humanities Lunchtime Talks. The talk details some of the 19th century photographic roots of the technology, the primary role that databases plan in the developoment of the technology, and, finally, some of his ongoing research creation projects.
Aaron Tucker gives an artist talk explaining the ChessBard project, an app that translates chess games into poems, that he co-created with Jody Miller. Given at Inter/Access Gallery (http://interaccess.org/) in Toronto, Canada.
Aaron Tucker reading at the BookThug Launch, Nov, 2017.
ChessBard Walkthrough Part 1
ChessBard Walkthrough Part 2
ChessBard Walkthrough Part 3
ChessBard Walkthrough Part 4
Aaron Tucker reading at the launch for punchlines, March, 2015.