Katherine Ye

I am an antidisciplinary researcher. My work explores how the fundamental modalities of human communication and creation, such as writing, drawing, and speaking, change as they become mediated by emerging technologies, such as computational techniques for connection, search, and synthesis.

I write a letter on speculative nonfiction, and you can find my academic research here.

work

part of speech
an interface for conversational writing

SVN SYSTEMS
physical artifacts of virtual processes at the New York Tech Zine Fair with Angela Zhou

interlace.ai
a (de)augmented drawing interface

mapping the space of language and image
an image with further language

hyperbible (Ecclesiastes) | code | article
a novel for National Novel Generation Month

PROCESS II | mirror
a zine co-edited with Angela Zhou and Raymond Zhong

PROCESS I
a zine in collaboration with Angela Zhou and Raymond Zhong

the antidisciplinarathon
an experimental event co-organized with folks at Topos

twenty tiny cities | article
a series of speculative cities

notes on notation and thought
a syllabus of powerful notations

punctuation remarks
a piece appearing in the zine Method and Apparatus

speaking

panelist on Arts and AI
MIT Hacking Arts conference; Nov. 2017

PROCESS: finding desire paths in creative interfaces
Y Conf 2017, hosted by Y Combinator Research

stay in touch

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