Hacking It

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How can we hack the systems that try to define the shapes of our lives? Working together, how can we find hacks, or surprising and delightful new paths, to transform rather than conform to those systems? How can we hack our everyday devices, like smartphones or earbuds, to make us more human? What can the idea of hacking do for us today? This workshop-in-progress will use movie clips, performance snippets, and collaborative interaction to explore what we think hacking is and does.

Eliot Gray Fisher is an arts worker whose hybrid processes connect bodies and technologies to shift the focus toward collectivity. A mix of formally trained and self-taught, he deeply values the play between gathering and sharing knowledge, in various forms. He is co-director of ARCOS, an arts service, creation, and presentation group.