Canceled: Mack Lecture: Annie Dorsen and Catherine Havasi with Simon Adler
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Canceled: Mack Lecture: Annie Dorsen and Catherine Havasi with Simon Adler

Annie Dorsen, Catherine Havasi, and Simon Adler (from left). Photos courtesy John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (Dorsen) and the speakers.

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Writer and director Annie Dorsen tries “to make perceptible how ideas change over time: where they come from, how they influence and are influenced by politics and culture, and how they take root in the body, physically and emotionally.” For this conversation, she explores the intersection of algorithms and live performance with artificial intelligence researcher and computational linguist Catherine Havasi, moderated by Simon Adler, a producer for WNYC’s Radiolab.

This lecture includes real-time captioning. For more information about accessibility at the Walker, email, call 612-375-7564, or visit our accessibility page.

Don’t miss Annie Dorsen’s work Yesterday Tomorrow, March 27–28, in the McGuire Theater.

  • The Mack Lecture Series is made possible with the generous support of Aaron and Carol Mack.