Kathryn Gledhill-Tucker

Kat is a Nyungar technologist, writer, digital rights activist currently living on Whadjuk Noongar boodjar. Their work explores the intersection of activism, science-fiction, and technology in imagining radical futures and ushering them into existence.

infinite ways to say “I miss you”

By Kathryn Gledhill-Tucker — 30 September, 2022

In this residency, I wanted to explore the ways we share intimacy using machines that were not designed for such applications. We profess love, grief, or sincerity through a text that is rendered down to 1s and 0s. We use the same medium to share innocuous messages, but sometimes memes can be a language of…

general instructions for operating

By Kathryn Gledhill-Tucker — 31 August, 2022

This poem is interactive. Click or tap on words to keep, then erase the rest. For the best experience, we recommend viewing this work on a desktop.   <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> With thanks to Emma Winston and her Blackout Poetry Maker.