Caitlin Lustig, Hong-An Wu
In March 2022, we met for an interview over Zoom. We got in touch earlier in the year about our shared interest in tarot, a deck of playing cards used for divination practices that traces back to the 15th century. We approach tarot as an evocative technology to think with and through in our respective scholarship. Our written correspondence led to this synchronous video interview about Ann's recent work around tarot. Against the backdrop that emerging digital objects are often privileged in discussions concerning technology, Ann centers contemporary technological innovations around tarot among QTBIPOC (queer, trans, Black, Indigenous, people…
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