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Friday, April 15 • 10:45am - 12:45pm
Reflections on the Future Present
Jack Hamilton, “After the Future: Future, the Voice, and the Life of Auto-Tune”
Meaghan Garvey, “Same Damn Time: Future and the Art of the Alter Ego”
Pete L’Official, “Future’s Lower Frequencies”

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Meaghan Garvey

Meaghan Garvey is a writer and illustrator from Chicago currently living in New York. She has written for Pitchfork, Billboard, The Village Voice, Noisey, and others, along with occasional illustration work, and is currently working on a new and secret project. She has published illustrated Greek mythology-themed Future investigations in The Pitchfork Review quarterly magazine, and digitally self-publishes a collaborative, samurai-themed comic... Read More →
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Jack Hamilton

Jack Hamilton teaches in the departments of American Studies and Media Studies at the University of Virginia. He is also the pop critic for Slate, where he writes about music, sports, and other areas of culture. His first book, Just Around Midnight: Rock and Roll and the Racial Imagination, is forthcoming from Harvard University Press in fall of 2016. “After the Future: Future, the Voice, and the Life of Auto-Tune” | Critical... Read More →
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Pete L’Official

Pete L’Official teaches in the literature program in the division of languages and literature at Bard College, and writes about art, sports, music, and culture. “Future’s Lower Frequencies” | “Robotic is the world in which everyone sings perfectly without even knowing it.” Writing about Auto-Tune, these are the words of Dave Tompkins in an appendix to his history of the vocoder, How to Wreck a Nice Beach... Read More →


Friday April 15, 2016 10:45am - 12:45pm
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