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(art)n Laboratory Artist

Ellen Sandor is the Founder and Director of Chicago-based (art)n Laboratory, Inc.

(art)n produces PHSColograms: computer generated, three-dimensional digital backlit photographs, PHSCologram sculptures and PHSCologram installations commissioned by museums, research institutions, corporations and private collectors.

(art)n additionally provides consulting and expertise under Ellen Sandor’s direction.

Selected works from the (art)n portfolio are available for exhibition, publication, and purchase.

Please direct all inquiries to Ellen Sandor.

(art)n members: 1983–2017

Craig Ahmer
Ben Carney
Michael Cone
Chris Day
Miguel Delgado
Janine Fron
Azadeh Gholizadeh
Nick Gaul
Randy Johnson
Gary Justis
Christopher Kemp
Pete Latrofa
Jack Ludden
Todd Margolis
Nichole Maury
TJ McLeish
Thomas Meeker
Stephan Meyers
Keith Miller
Fernando Orellana
Sabrina Raaf
Mark Resch
William Robertson
Dan Sandin
Mike Siegel
Diana Torres
Dien Truong
Gina Ulmann
Jim Zanzi

Chicago, Illinois, US , http://www.artn.com/
2007 Northeastern University Visual Music Marathon Artist Northeastern University Boston, Massachusetts, US , N/A
3909 LLC Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Aaron Marcus and Associates Artist Aaron Marcus and Associates Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Abahuni Leesa Artist Farmingdale , New York, US , N/A
Abahuni Nicole Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Abe Koji Collaborators Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Abe Kotaro Artist Keio University Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Abe Yoshiyuki Artist

Born in Gunma, Japan, 21 June 1947

B.E. in Photographic Engineering from Chiba Univ., Japan

Principal fields of interest: Algorithmic Art, Stochastic process.

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Abeles Max Artist Harvestworks New York, New York, US 40.7127753,-74.0059728 http://www.maxabeles.com/
Abeles Kim V. Artist Abeles Studios Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Abendroth Manuel Artist

fabric | ch, founded in 1997 by two architects (Patrick Keller and Christophe Guignard), a telecom engineer (Stephane Carion), and a computer engineer (Christian Babski), is now a workshop for architectural, aesthetics, and technological research as well as an art-science oriented structure of experimentations and productions.

Our areas of interests cover the design and implementation of what we call electronic architecture and microarchitecture: the development of (wire and wireless) net projects and net communities that combine the virtual and the real, shared environments and information architecture, Internet projects, distributed architecture, and downloadable spaces. We are particularly active in the fields of digital art, the creation of electronic spaces, the architecture of the new information territories,
and the construction of cognitive digital spaces.

The members of our team come from various backgrounds: architects, engineers, and graphic designers from the research laboratories of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), the University of Geneva (UNIGE) and the Art School of Lausanne (ECAU. They constitute a
network of interdisciplinary and transcultural know-how. In addition,a number of workers on individual projects take part in the thinking and work relating to the central core of the project in question.

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Abers Marilyn Artist GENIGRAPHICS Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Abraham Julian Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Abrams Howard Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Abt Patricia A. Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Acevedo Eric Committee Member Monterey Digital Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Acevedo Victor Artist, Author, and Committee Member School of Visual Arts Unable to automatically detect coordinates http://www.acevedomedia.com/index.html
Aceves Sepulveda Gabriela Jury Member - Art Papers Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Achituv Romy Artist New York University New York City, New York, US 40.7127753,-74.0059728 N/A
Active Theory Artist

Active Theory is a creative development production company based in Venice, California founded by Nick Mountford, Andy Thelander, and Michael Anthony. They have won numerous awards for work on such projects as Pottermore, Halo 5 Visualizer, Google Racer, and Coca Cola FIFA Shoot out. They are founded on web technology and believes screens of all shapes and sizes can be used to tell engaging, interactive stories. Their ideation process focuses on utilizing new technologies and techniques to connect people in meaningful ways.

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Adam Wolfgang Artist

Wolfgang Adam is senior physicist responsible for CMS data analysis at the institute of High Energy Physics in Vienna, Austria. He has been working for the CMS experiment for 15 years and he is deeply involved in searches for supersymmetry.

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Adamczyk J. Walt Artist Altadena, California, US 34.190162,-118.1313188 N/A
Addictive TV Artist GB , N/A
Adell Carrie Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Adi Paula Gaetano Author, Chair, and Art Reviewer Rhode Island School of Design Experimental & Foundation Studies Associate Professor

Paula Gaetano Adi is a visual artist and Associate Professor of Experimental & Foundation Studies at the Rhode Island School of Design. Her practice draws from study of technoscience, postcolonialism, and artificial life, and her performance and robotic work has been exhibited and showcased extensively in museums, conferences, and art festivals throughout Europe, Asia, South America, and North America. She earned an MFA in Art & Technology from The Ohio State University, was a Visiting Scholar at UCLA REMAP, Visiting Professor at UNTREF Electronic Arts in Buenos Aires, and Artist-in-Residence at EMPAC at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She is the recipient of the First Prize VIDA 9.0, Argentina’s National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, and Fundación Telefónica’s Art & Artificial Life Award for Ibero-American artists. Recent publications include “Mestizo Robotics” in Leonardo, and the co-edited special issue of Media-N, “Mestizo Technology: Art, Design, and Technoscience in Latin America.”

Providence, Rhode Island, US , http://paulagaetanoadi.com/
Adobe System Marketing Communications Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Advanced Matrix Technologies Artist Advanced Matrix Technologies Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Advanced NMR Systems Collaborators Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Aesthetics and Computation Group Artist Aesthetics and Computation Group Cambridge, Massachusetts, US , N/A
Agarie Riko Collaborators Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Agarie Ryo Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Agre Phil Collaborators Atari Research Laboratory Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Aguiar Fernando Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Ahamed Raffic Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Ahlqvist Ola Artist The Ohio State University Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Ahmer Craig Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Ahn Jin Hyun Artist Seoul National University Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Ahn Junghyun Artist Seoul, KR 37.566535,126.9779692 N/A
Ahuja Ashok Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Aimone Chris Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Akagawa Tomohiro Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Akatsuka Daisuke Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Akayama Hitoshi Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Akleman Ergun Artist and Author Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Akten Memo Artist and Author

Memo Akten is an artist, researcher and philomath from Istanbul, Turkey, working with computation as a medium to explore the intersections of science and spirituality; and collisions between nature, science, technology, ethics, ritual, tradition and religion. Working with algorithms and custom software he combines critical and conceptual approaches with investigations into form, movement and sound; designing behavioural abstractions and data dramatizations of natural and anthropogenic processes. His outputs span moving images; video, sound and light installations and performances. Alongside his practice, he is currently working towards a PhD at Goldsmiths University of London in artificial intelligence and expressive human-machine interaction, to enable collaborative creativity between humans and machines. Fascinated by trying to understand the world and human nature, he draws inspiration from fields such as physics, molecular & evolutionary biology, ecology, abiogenesis, neuroscience, anthropology, sociology and philosophy.

Akten received the Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica in 2013 for his collaboration with Quayola, ‘Forms’. His 2009 works ‘Body Paint’ and ‘Gold’ have toured with the Victoria & Albert Museum’s ‘Decode’ exhibition. His 2017 work “Learning to see” is currently part of the Barbican’s ‘More than human’ exhibition. Other exhibitions and performances include the Grand Palais (Paris FR), Royal Opera House (London UK), Moscow Museum of Modern Art (Moscow RU), Holon Museum (Tel Aviv IL), EYE Film Institute (Amsterdam NL) and Lisbon Architecture Triennale (Lisbon PT).

Akten is a strong supporter of open-source software and many of his open-source tools and libraries are used globally. He is one of the core contributors to the openFrameworks project, and he gives lectures and workshops around the world. In 2007 he founded The Mega Super Awesome Visuals Company (MSA Visuals), a creative studio spanning art and technology. In 2011, with two new partners this evolved into Marshmallow Laser Feast (MLF). In 2014, after a string of hugely successful, influential and large scale projects, Memo left MLF to focus on personal work, collaborations and research.

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Albright Beth Artist The Ohio State University Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Alexander Amy Artist and Committee Member University of California, San Diego Department of Visual Arts Associate Professor

Amy Alexander is an artist and professor who has been making computationally-based art projects since the mid-1990s. Over the years, Amy has worked in net art, software art, computationally-based installation, audiovisual performance, film, video, music and information technology. Her research and practice focuses on how contemporary media – from performative cinema to social media – changes along with cultural and technological shifts. She has a particular interest in the cultural impact algorithmic bias and subjectivity and the potential for individual responses. Amy has exhibited at museums, international festivals, in clubs and on the streets. She has written and lectured on software art, software as culture, and audiovisual performance, and she has served as a reviewer for festivals and commissions for new media art and computer music. She is an Associate Professor of Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego. Amy has a Master of Fine Arts in Film/Video from California Institute of the Arts and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Rowan University of New Jersey.

Amy’s projects have been exhibited at venues including The Whitney Museum, Prix Ars Electronica, Transmediale, SIGGRAPH, ISEA, Zero1, the New Museum, NIME, International Conference on Live Coding, and International Conference on Live Interfaces as well club performances including Sonar (Barcelona), First Avenue (Minneapolis) and Melkweg (Amsterdam). She has performed on the streets of Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, Zürich, and Aberdeen, Scotland. Her work has been discussed in publications including Wired, The New York Times, Slashdot, Ecrans, Leonardo, The Boston Globe and the Washington Post.

Amy – who has also worked under the names Cue P. Doll and VJ Übergeek – has been active since the early days of computationally-driven internet art, beginning in 1996 with the Multi-Cultural Recycler, a site that spoofed both net celebrity and faux multi-culturalism on the web. She first addressed online algorithms with CueJack, her 2001 alternate software for the :CueCat personal barcode scanner, and her VJ performance CyberSpaceLand (2003-2015), which sought to extract buried personal narratives from search results. In 2006, she created SVEN (Surveillance Video Entertainment Network), a team project which used computer vision to develop surveillance algorithms to critique the mystique of surveillance technologies by finding suspected “rock stars” instead of suspected criminals. She discussed the role of mystique in algorithmic control in a journal article, About… Software, Surveillance, Scariness, Subjectivity (and SVEN) (2006/2008)1 and book chapter “SVEN (Surveillance Video Entertainment Network): Looking Back and Forward (2014). 2

Amy’s recent audiovisual performance project PIGS (Percussive Image Gestural System) (2015-2018), uses custom algorithms to allow implementation of a silent percussion-based system to implement a structured approach to real-time animated visual performance. During PIGS’s 2018 performances, Amy debuted a software-based “utopian algorithm” curation system that highlights some of the Internet’s lost personal narratives from near real-time public YouTube uploads. Amy’s other major works include plagiarist.org (1998-2002), theBot (2001), Reamweaver (with The Yes Men, 2002), Scream (2005), and Discotrope (with Annina Rüst, 2012.)

In addition to her art projects, Amy was also a co-founder and moderator of Runme.org, a major international software art repository. She was also an early member of the TOPLAP live coding collective, and she has been active in algorithmic and media art curation — both as a festival juror and as a peer reviewer for academic conferences and journals.

Amy’s work has been influenced by her background in musical performance. Besides continuing her own performances, she’s published texts and book chapters on audiovisual performance history. Amy particularly enjoys researching early 20th century audiovisual performance artist and inventor Mary Hallock-Greenewalt, and she operates an online archive and a Facebook page highlighting lesser known materials by and about Hallock-Greenewalt.

San Diego , California , US , http://amy-alexander.com/
Alexander Pat Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Alexie Sherman Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Ali Sadek Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Ali Mir Adnan Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Allen Jaime Artist Newcastle University Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Allen Rebecca Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Allen Michael Graham Collaborators Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Alley Allen Collaborators Computervision Corporation Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Allinger Janet Artist Graphic Designer and Illustrator

Growing up in Detroit, I remember always doing something creative with clay (or Play-Doh), paint, pencils and crayons. I’d spend hours drawing cartoon’s of my dog Spike or practicing character styles referencing my “How to Draw” books. During Jr. and high school, I took all available art classes and was accepted into a commercial art class in 11th grade. I did well in that class but didn’t love the whole idea of graphic design… yet.

After graduating high school, I attended a local community college taking a few art and English classes and after 3 semesters, I hired on full time at an automotive “job shop” (as they called them) for General Motors, working on technical manuals and drawing various parts/sections of cars. Not very exciting, but I did perfect my technical skills as an illustrator and I was making decent money for someone at 19.

After about 5 years, I was given the opportunity to work on an Apple computer the company bought after they realized, they needed to move from hand drawn technical pages to digital. I worked on the very first versions of Adobe’s Illustrator and Photoshop! I loved working on the computer creating illustrations and page layouts! Sometimes my boss would have to remind me it was time to go home.

Speeding forward, after 14 years total working in the Automotive industry, my husband and I (oh yeah,I got married) moved to Santa Cruz CA. I was hired by a small design firm to help out with illustrations and answer phones. First they gave me small projects but after some successful projects, I became 100% involved with all the projects that came in. We were a great team and I learned so much about design, printing and running a small design business. After a few years and the owners adding children to their families, they decided to close shop and I started on my own business. It took me about 5 years to build up a solid business and now after 17… 18 years???? I’m quite busy working with a great mix of clients.

Now, after a 10 year break from the fine art scene, I’m back to creating new “paintings” working with this new medium ( to me) torn/cut paper. This process all started 3 years ago, going to an estate sale and discovering a mix of torn out nude images inside an old trunk. I did not want to throw them away, so I used those pages in my collage artwork, first creating Saints, some western images and currently, my recreations of the women featured within the vintage Playboy and other obscure adult magazines that I have collected since.

Santa Cruz , California, US , http://www.janetallinger.com/?fbclid=IwAR1kjPpAA7rsqnmPr5FBvzygGkWaV6HZn-HkkAVBJPo2FWjLJdfyOYP1wb4
Allison Jesse Artist Ball State University Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Allison Leanne Artist

Leanne Allison is a Gemini Award-winning filmmaker who takes audiences far off the beaten track to explore the experiences of endangered wildlife. Her credits include the NFB documentaries Being Caribou and Finding Farley, with husband Karsten Heuer.

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Allocco Amy Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Almeida Cristina Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Alonso Marcos Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Altucher James Artist Carnegie Mellon University Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Alvarez Cezar Art Reviewer Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Amanatides John Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Amanita Design Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Amemiya Yuriko Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Amerika Mark Artist Alt-X Digital Arts Foundation Boulder, Colorado, US 40.0149856,-105.2705456 N/A
Amkraut Susan Writing Reviewer National Institute for Computer Animation Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Anadol Refik Artist University of California Los Angeles Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Andereck Michael Artist The Ohio State University Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Anderson Laurie Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Anderson Steve Artist Ohio Supercomputer Graphics Project Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Anderson David Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Anderson Kayla Author and Art Reviewer School of the Art Institute of Chicago Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Anderson Ed Committee Member Trillion Post Production Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Anderson Design Mark Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Andersson Claes Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Ando Hideyuki Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Andraos Mouna Jury Member - Art

Working in new media for almost a decade, Mouna Andraos reinvents everyday electronic experiences to trigger our imagination and stimulate conversations about the roles they play in our lives. She holds a master’s degree from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunication Program and is an alumna of Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology in New York City. She has shown work and led workshops in various locations, including the 2008 YAP installation at PS1/MoMA in New York, Beirut’s Olympiades culturelles, the Societe des Arts Technologiques (Montreal), the San Jose Biennale, and the Nagoya Design Center. Her work for the Montreal-based interactive agency Bluesponge has won prizes from Communication Arts, the Webbies, Best of Show at the SXSW Festival, and a Cyberlion in Cannes. Mouna was recently awarded the Phillys Lambert design award for her work with designer Melissa Mongiat.

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Andrews Kerry John Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Andrews Brian Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Andreyev Julie Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Angeli Inc. Primo Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Angesleva Jussi Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Animática Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Aniskov Sergey Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Anjyo Ken Committee Member Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Anker Suzanne Jury Member - Art

Suzanne Anker is an artist, theorist, and chair of the BFA program at the School of Visual Arts in New York, where she works at the intersection of art and the biological sciences. She has been a guest curator at the New York Academy of Sciences and the author of many texts concerning the implications of the bio-technological revolution on culture and society. She hosted the “Bio-Blurb Show” on WPS1 art radio, organized with the Museum of Modern Art in New York. As an artist, she has exhibited nationally and internationally, and her work can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art Tokyo, the Smithsonian Institute, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and the Cleveland Museum of Art. She is co-author of The Molecular Gaze: Art in the Genetic Age, an exploration of the ethical questions posed by current scientific advances.

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Anlen Shirin Artist

Shirin Anlen (Director & Producer) is an interactive creator working at the intersection of technology and exploratory arts. Her work combines various participatory practices that explore how new technologies can enrich audio and visual narratives. Shirin’s works have been exhibited internationally including IDFA DocLab, “Next” Festival de Cannes, HeK- House of Electronic Basel, Museum of Moscow and the Israeli Center of Digital Art. Shirin founded the first interactive and VR storytelling festival and lab in Israel and currently developing her second webVR-AI feature.

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Annunziato Mauro Artist Plancton Art Studio Rome, IT 41.9027835,12.4963655 N/A
Anvari Sam Jury Member - Art California State University, Long Beach Assistant Professor

Sam Anvari is a graphic/user experience designer with 18 years of hands-on experience in graphic and interaction design. Sam has an MFA in Graphic Design from Otis College of Art and Design and also holds a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering. Sam is an assistant professor at California State University, Long Beach, and he is currently serving as cochair for the Graphic Design program.

Long Beach, California , US , N/A
Anzai Toshihiro Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Aoki Miho Art Reviewer and Committee Member University of Alaska Fairbanks Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Apodaca Anthony Committee Member Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Apostolides Nik Jury Member - Art John Hopkins University Professor

Nik Apostolides is an independent curator, as well as a professor at Johns Hopkins University where he teaches courses on curating in the MA Museum Studies Program. As the Associate Director of the National Portrait Gallery, he conceived and curated ‘Portraits After 5,’ and other projects and commissions with contemporary artists. Nik earned an MA in Media Art Histories at Danube University (Austria), a BA from Wesleyan University in Connecticut and is a graduate of the Getty Museum Leadership Institute.

Baltimore , Maryland, US , N/A
APOTROPIA Artist

APOTROPIA is an artist duo formed by Antonella Mignone and Cristiano Panepuccia. Their work explores the intersections of dance, performing arts and digital audiovisual production. Using light, sound, motion, bodies and time, APOTROPIA create works that explore the philosophical, anthropological and scientific elements of human culture. APOTROPIA’s works have been exhibited internationally at Japan Media Arts Festival, WRO Media Art Biennale, Ars Electronica, BLOOOM Award, Share Festival, Athens Digital Arts Festival, Digiark – National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, FILE – Electronic Language International Festival, Directors Lounge, FutureFest Art Prize, Bienal de Arte Digital, Festival Internacional de la Imagen, Eurovideo, among many others.

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Apple Computer, Inc. Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Applebaum Mark Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Applied Research of Cambridge Artist Applied Research of Cambridge Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Aqtash Ajmal Artist Skidmore, Owings & Merrill New York, New York, US , N/A
Arakawa Kingo Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Araujo Patxi Artist and Author University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU Departament of Art and Technology Professor

Being his background the fine arts practice, Patxi Araujo’s work takes place in the territory of the poetics of new-media, as an aesthetic alibi to face the technological-digital. His early works were incursions into the territory of interaction and techno-magic. He has also developed spaces, objects and subjects based on the research of the interface concept. Now his investigation focuses on software entities and physical environments, around the concept of the human and nature through bodies, perceptions and metaphors related to programming, artificial life or simulation. His work has been recognized and selected in different biennials, festivals and contests of both video art and electronic experimentation.

Coming from the practice of fine arts, his work is developed in the territory of the poetics of new media, as an aesthetic alibi to face the technological-digital. His first works were incursions into the territory of interaction and techno-magic. He has also developed spaces, objects and themes based on the research of the interface concept. His current research focuses on software entities and physical environments, around the concept of human and nature through bodies, perceptions and metaphors related to programming, artificial life or simulation. His work has been recognized and selected in different biennials, festivals and competitions of video art and electronic experimentation.

Leioa, Biscay, ES , http://patxiaraujo.com/
Architects SHoP Artist New York, New York, US 40.7127753,-74.0059728 N/A
Architecture Machine Group Artist Massachusetts Institute of Technology Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Arday Don Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Arden Sean Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Arellano Diana Author Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg Institute of Animation Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Arent Michael Artist Aaron Marcus and Associates Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Argüello Carlos Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Ariga Fumihiko Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Arima Kayo Artist California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology and University of California Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Armas Marcela Artist

Marcela Armas’s work seeks to articulate disciplines, techniques, processes, and research to address the relationship between matter, energy, space, time, and their relation to society and history. Her work has been shown in North and South America, Europe, and Asia, and has been exhibited recently at the Eleventh Biennial of Havana. Armas’s work has been supported by FONCA (the Mexican National Endowment for the Arts), the CENART (National Center of the Arts, Mexico), and the program Arte Actual by Bancomer–MACG. She has received awards including the ARCO/BEEP Award at ARCO Madrid 2012 and the VIDA 16.0 prize of the Telefónica Foundation in Spain. She currently co-organizes the Meditatio Sonus series with Arcángelo Constantini and is a member of FONCA’s National System of Art Creators.

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Armijo Richard Artist University of Advancing Technology Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Armstead Kenseth Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Armstrong Kate Jury Member - Art Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Arnheim Rudolf Author Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Arnold Lee Jury Member - Art and Artist Drew University Associate Professor

Lee Arnold was born in London in 1972 and lives in Brooklyn. Arnold has a BA from Hamilton College and an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania. He is an Associate Professor of Art at Drew University where he is Co-Director of the Mellon Grant for the Digital Humanities.

Brooklyn, New York, US , http://www.leearnold.net/
Ars Electronica Center Collaborators Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Arsovski Sasa Artist Imagineering Institute, Malaysia Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Arte Factum Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Artoux Judith Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Artus Philipp Artist Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln

Philipp Artus was born in Bremen, Germany and began studying art at the École des Beaux Arts
in Nantes (France). He continued his autodidactic studies of animation and music theory in
Portugal and is currently finishing his graduation project at the Kunsthochschule für Medien
Köln (Germany). Artus’ work has been shown in various museums, festivals, and galleries
around the world, including the Museum of Contemporary Art Kanazawa (Japan), the
European Media Art Festival (Germany), Athens Video Art Festival (Greece), Videoformes
(France), LUMINALE (Germany), and the DOTMOV Festival (Japan).

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Artz Theo. A. Artist Westphal College of Media Arts & Design and Drexal University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US 39.9525839,-75.1652215 N/A
Arunanondchai Korakrit Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Arvo James Artist Apollo Computer Inc. Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Ascott Roy Jury Member - Art and Author University of Plymouth Britain, GB , N/A
Asher Jonathan Artist University of Philadelphia Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US 39.9525839,-75.1652215 N/A
Ashuach Assa Artist Materialise.MGX BE 50.503887,4.469936 http://www.assaashuach.com/
Asimov Dan Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Assante Michael Artist NYIT Computer Graphics Laboratory and The Ohio State University Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Astrahan Ilene Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Astrovandalistas Artist

Astrovandalistas is a translocal collective that focuses on the development of projects that combine research, artistic action, technology, and activism under the logics of urban hacking and open knowledge. Founded in Tijuana in 2010, Astrovandalistas operates as a laboratory of decentralized action in different locations in Latin America, the United States, and Europe. Their strategy is to generate technologies that can be easily replicated by people in different places. Their actions are guided by the use of public space for creating individual and/or collective experiences and the development of tools that enable new forms of human-to-human communication mediated entirely by open technologies.

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Atari Research Laboratory Artist Atari Research Laboratory Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Athanas Charlie Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Atkinson Valerie Artist Atari Research Laboratory Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Au Allan Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Aubanel Marc Committee Member Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Aufiero Tina Artist

Tina Aufiero holds an MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons The New School for Design, and a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design. She has exhibited sculptures, installations, interactions and time-based media. Her artistic practice and research is focused in physical interaction, particularly creating interactions using sensors to mediate video and sound. Works manifest as objects, sculptures, videos and photographic prints. Aufiero’s work and teaching spans across disciplines, to the areas of art, sculpture, craft, design and technology. Teaching includes 15 years at Parsons The New School for Design with courses taught in Design & Technology, Foundation and Product Design.
Other teaching includes Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle WA; Iceland Academy of Art, Reykjavik, Iceland; Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI; Tyler School of Art Philadelphia PA; Cooper Union Outreach Program, NYC; UrbanGlass, NYC; and Pilchuck Glass School, WA.

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Augier Eric Artist

After years as a professional cinematographer and a masters in multimedia at CNBDI, Eric Augier finished his education at !’Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs by specializing in digital effects technology. He has worked on a game called “La Planete des Singes” for Fox Interactive. More recently, he has worked on the special effects for a video clip called The Sound of Music for Bertrand Burgala on the Tricastel label. He has also made a video for l’Institut Francais de la Mode and was
responsible for the special effects for the “Ca Cartoon” TV show. An image manipulator and short feature director, he is currently working on a hybrid clip on the theme of misadaptation.

Paris, FR 48.856614,2.3522219 N/A
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Aw Adam Artist Lasalle College of the Arts Singapore, SG 1.352083,103.819836 N/A
Axelrad Stephen Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Az-zet Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Azeguime Miguel Collaborators Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
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Babski Christian Artist

fabric | ch, founded in 1997 by two architects (Patrick Keller and Christophe Guignard), a telecom engineer (Stephane Carion), and a computer engineer (Christian Babski), is now a workshop for architectural, aesthetics, and technological research as well as an art-science oriented structure of experimentations and productions.

Our areas of interests cover the design and implementation of what we call electronic architecture and microarchitecture: the development of (wire and wireless) net projects and net communities that combine the virtual and the real, shared environments and information architecture, Internet projects, distributed architecture, and downloadable spaces. We are particularly active in the fields of digital art, the creation of electronic spaces, the architecture of the new information territories,
and the construction of cognitive digital spaces.

The members of our team come from various backgrounds: architects, engineers, and graphic designers from the research laboratories of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), the University of Geneva (UNIGE) and the Art School of Lausanne (ECAU. They constitute a
network of interdisciplinary and transcultural know-how. In addition,a number of workers on individual projects take part in the thinking and work relating to the central core of the project in question.

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Bac Andrew Artist California Institute of the Arts School of Film/Video Character Animation Faculty Valencia, California , US , N/A
Bachrach Jonathan Artist CSAIL and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts, US 42.3736158,-71.1097335 http://www.jbot.org/
Backer David Artist and Collaborators Massachusetts Institute of Technology Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
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Badger Paul Artist Brown University Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Bae Joohee Artist Ajou Univerisity Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
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Bahl Sushma Artist The Cardiff School of Art and Design Cardiff, GB 51.481581,-3.17909 N/A
Bahn Curtis Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
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Bailey Teresa (Terry) Artist

Interactive artist, writer, publisher and innovator, Terry Bailey, is a pioneer in interactive media and the WEB and the founder of MediaBench. She is also an internationally exhibited digital artist and musician with a background in film, music, all-things-design and project and studio management. Terry has taught interactive media and the WEB at UCLA Extension, Cal State Northridge, Disney Imagineering, Apple, and at the Art Institute, where she also developed and directed an Interactive and Web Department between 2009 and 2013.

Terry writes and publishes new media interactive books, podcasts and web-based essays, and is establishing mediabench as a digital publishing company for her own books as well as ebooks and enhanced books from a selected group of artists and scientists. Terry’s novel, Light 1.0, was a hit on iTunes from the first date of its publication in 2005; she rewrote the book as an interactive enhanced iBook, Light 2.0 , which was published in the iBook Store of Apple in June 2014. Terry’s literary blog, riffingonbooks.com, primarily addresses subjects of Art, Creativity and the Sciences.

Pasadena, California, US , http://www.mediabench.com/
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Baker Christopher Artist School of the Art Institute of Chicago Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Baker-Sizemore Patricia Writing Reviewer Otterbein College Education Department Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
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Balabuck Richard Artist Cranston-Csuri Productions, The Ohio State University, and SpecSoft Los Angeles, California, US 34.0522342,-118.2436849 N/A
Baldwin Dan L. Author and Artist Purdue University Computer Graphics Technology Director

Dan Baldwin has worked as a freelance illustrator and designer for the past 18 years. A Society of Illustrators Los Angeles medalist, his work has been featured in a variety of national magazines and publications, and his work has hung in many group shows, including the ACM SIGGRAPH Art Gallery. In addition to his editorial illustration work, Dan has illustrated five children’s books, developed characters and backgrounds for animated productions, and designed icons and user interface assets. Dan has delivered presentations on illustration, animation preproduction, and the incorporation of design principles with storytelling to national and international venues.

Dan also serves as the Director of Computer Graphics Technology in the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI. He has a BFA in Painting from Indiana University Bloomington and a MFA in Illustration from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

West Lafayette, Indiana, US , http://illustrationbrothel.com/
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Ball Kyle Artist Microsoft Corporation Content Coordinator

My name is Kyle and I am a videographer and photographer based out of Vancouver, Canada. I strive to tell stories with my work and evoke emotion. I am the resident Content Coordinator at Microsoft Vancouver as well as a student at Simon Fraser University studying at the School of Interactive Arts + Technology. I produce and aid in the curation of media content at Microsoft Vancouver internally between teams and externally on the centre’s social media channels. You can usually find me spitting out unfortunate anecdotes on the @JustBeingKyle handle on most social media platforms. Love me and I will love you. Email me and let’s chat!

Vancouver, British Columbia , CA 49.2827291,-123.1207375 http://justbeingkyle.com/
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Ban Hyowon Artist The Ohio State University Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Banchero Jr. Joseph J. Artist Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Banchoff Thomas Artist and Collaborators Brown University Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
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Bang Hyunwoo Artist University of California at Los Angeles and Seoul National University Department of Bio Engineering Los Angeles, California, US , N/A
Bangert Colette Artist Kansas, US , http://www.fromheretofaraway.com/
Bangert Charles Artist Kansas University Computer Center Unable to automatically detect coordinates N/A
Banks John S. Artist Artec Images

John 5. Banks has been working with digital images for 16 years and with photographs for 25 years. He is currently living in Chicago, where he is on on indefinite leave of absence from his own business, Rising Star Ltd., in order to concentrate on image-making. For the previous 12 years, Banks was President or Vice President of Rising Star Ltd., a computer graphics reseller in Illinois.

Chicago, Illinois, US 41.8781136,-87.6297982 N/A
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Baraga Martin Bricelj Artist Museum of Transitory Art Director

Martin Bricelj Baraga is an award-winning media artist and curator. He creates interactive works and sculptures that explore spaces between environment, nature, technology and humans. Often large-scale, his works can be seen in public spaces and in unusual architectural contexts. He focuses on creating atmospheres that challenge our perceptions and question symbols and myths as a series of time and space-based experiments. Deriving from visual arts, sound and light are important components of his work. He often collaborates with acclaimed sound artists such as Plaid, Vector Lovers, Olaf Bender, Spatial, Fraction, etc.

He has exhibited in many galleries and spaces worldwide: ICA in London, NEMO Biennale in Paris, Sonar in Barcelona, Columbia University in New York, FACT Liverpool, Kinetica London, Centro cultural Recoleta in Buenos Aires, Kunsthaus Graz, Kaapelithas in Helsinki, Museums Quartier in Vienna, GLOW in Eindhoven and many others.

His work was featured in Wired, Creators Projects, ArchDaily, designboom, boingboing, Pecha Kucha, the New York Art magazine, Harper Collins, El Pais, Actar, Mladina and others.

He is the director of MoTA – Museum of Transitory Art and the founder of SONICA Festival in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Ljubljana, SI , http://baraga.net/
Barakate Mostafa Artist Alexandria, EG 31.2000924,29.9187387 N/A
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Barnes Steven J Artist DPrime Research

Steven J. Barnes holds a PhD from the University of British Columbia (Canada). Trained as a behavioral neuroscientist, his neuroscientific expertise lies in the areas of learning and memory, psychiatric disorders, epilepsy, neuroplasticity, and metaplasticity. He currently
teaches neuroscience and psychology at UBC; does research in the areas of (non-traditional) virtual reality, bodily awareness, and embodied cognition; and runs a consulting and
programming business.

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Barr Marc J. Artist Middle Tennessee State University Professor Murfreesboro, Tennessee, US , N/A
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Barrière Jean-Baptiste Artist FR 46.227638,2.213749 N/A
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