Aaron Tucker is the author of the novel Y: Oppenheimer, Horseman of Los Alamos (Coach House Books) as well as two books of poetry, Irresponsible Mediums: The Chess Games of Marcel Duchamp (Bookthug Press) and punchlines (Mansfield Press), and two scholarly cinema studies monographs, Virtual Weaponry: The Militarized Internet in Hollywood War Films and Interfacing with the Internet in Popular Cinema (both published by Palgrave Macmillan). He began his doctorate as an Elia Scholar in the Cinema and Media Studies Department at York University in the Fall of 2018 where he is studying the cinema of facial recognition software and advocating for what he is calling “ethically sourced algorithms.” Currently, he is a guest on the Dish with One Spoon Territory, where he is a lecturer in the English department at Ryerson University (Toronto), teaching creative and academic writing
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Delfina Sol Pandiani works at the intersection of art, science and tech. Sol is an evolutionary biologist by training, an artist by calling and an intersectional humanist by choice. They work on the production of public art installations and exhibitions that play with and question assumptions about beauty and the private/public.
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