Nathan Jones

Lecturer in Fine Art: Digital Media

Research Overview

My research looks at "the contemporary" through new media art and media theory, centrally focusing on the co-evolution of language and technology. I use critical and creative approaches that combine art writing, poetry, hybrid and post-digital publishing, performance and media-archaeological method.

I have published and presented on conditions for language and literature in the context of artificial intelligence, glitch practices, and post-digital publishing. Exhibited works include experimental applications of speed readers and optical character recognition, recursive neural nets, VR-headsets and microfiche archival machines.

Glitch Poetics: critical sensory realisms in contemporary language practice
30/09/2015 → 31/05/2018
Research

Torque Editions
17/01/2014 → …
Research

Electronic Literature Organisation
Participation in conference

Artists Re:Thinking the Blockchain
Invited talk

Artists Re:Thinking the Blockchain
Invited talk

Artists Re:Thinking the Blockchain
Invited talk

Glitch Poetics
Oral presentation

A Crack in the Voice
Invited talk

Machine Research
Participation in workshop, seminar, course

Glitch: The Contemporary Aesthetic
Invited talk

A Crack in the Voice
Oral presentation

Glitch Poetics: codecs and contemporary poetry
Invited talk

Absorbing Text
Invited talk

Syndrome
Festival/Exhibition/Concert