I have a minor goal of convincing the Weird Studies crowd that computation, properly understood, is fucking weird. But it also tends to be pretty rationalist and boring in its presentation, so there's a big culture gap. The weird resists definition and legibility, and computation tends to be about making things very explicit (OTOH, deep learning and related subfields seem to make a virtue of their uninterpretability).
Here's a list of some of the more weird-leaning people or projects in CS.
Carl Hewitt's Actor model of computation. Hewitt himself was a genuinely weird guy.
Abelson and Sussman are not really that weird, but they do feature magicians on the cover of their classic text SICP
And the dedication of Sussman 's thesis is a mindbomb:
AI is kind of verging-on-weird-but turning away. Of course there is a ton of SF exploring weird consequences of AI, but that's a bit different. And of course you can generate lots of surreal shit with deep learning models, but that seems a bit superficial.
cybernetics, which is sort of AIs dark-horse cousin, was kind of inherently weird, it was almost a science of the weird. Gordon Pask, who I met once, was a pretty weird dude.
Lisp languages are weird in that they encourage a certain reflexivity.
Andrew Hugill worked on computational version of 'Pataphysics