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  • 3909 LLC
  • Artist
  • Unavailable
  • Halifax
  • Aaron
  • Committee Member
  • Unavailable
  • Hertzmann
  • Aaron
  • Author
  • Adobe Inc.
  • Principal Scientist and Affiliate Professor
  • Aaron Hertzmann is a Principal Scientist at Adobe, Inc., and an Affiliate Professor at University of Washington. He received a BA in Computer Science and Art & Art History from Rice University in 1996, and a PhD in Computer Science from New York University in 2001. He was a professor at the University of Toronto for 10 years, and has worked at Pixar Animation Studios and Microsoft Research. He has published over 100 papers in computer graphics, computer vision, machine learning, robotics, hu
  • Washington, United States of America
  • -120.09429250646,48.0250054263
  • Aaron Marcus and Associates
  • Artist
  • Aaron Marcus and Associates
  • Unavailable
  • Snyder
  • Adam
  • Artist
  • Electronic Arts
  • Seattle, Washington, United States of America
  • -122.3301,47.6038
  • Carageorge
  • Adrianne
  • Art Paper Reviewer
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Rochester, NewYork, United States of America
  • -70.9754,43.3051
  • Advanced NMR Systems
  • Collaborators
  • Unavailable
  • Park
  • Agatha
  • Sunyoung
  • Artist
  • Harvard University
  • Graduate School of Design
  • Agatha Park is an XR artist/technologist. She creates projections, virtual reality performances and participatory augmented reality experiences based in public space. Having been raised between many cultures and on the internet, her work often tells narratives that connect divides between physical places or between physical and digital cultures. She studied 3D computer art at the School of Visual Arts (2014) and recently graduated from the Art, Design and Public Domain program at the Harvard Gra
  • Morocco
  • -6.0170727273287,32.350751313034
  • Trocchi
  • Agnese
  • Artist
  • Centre International de Recherche pour la Convivialité Electrique
  • Agnese Trocchi (Rome, Italy) is a writer, artist and videomaker. She co-founded the interdisciplinary research group C.I.R.C.E. (Centre International de Recherche pour la Convivialité Electrique) to promote a self-aware approach to technology and social networks using the hacker pedagogy method.
  • Rome, Italy
  • 12.48278,41.89306
  • Lee
  • Ahree
  • Artist
  • Yale University
  • Ahree Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea. She is a multi-media artist working in video, photography, sound and interactive installations. She received her B.A. in English literature from Yale University and a M.F.A. in graphic design from Yale School of Art, where she studied under Sheila de Bretteville. Lee’s many commissions include the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, the 01SJ Biennial, the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, the 2006 International Short Film Festival in Leuven, Belg
  • Seoul, Korea
  • 127,37.58333
  • Šmid
  • Aina
  • Artist
  • University of the Basque Country
  • Associate Professor
  • Aina Šmid is a Professor of art history and has been the editor of a design magazine in Ljubljana for many years. At the present she is freelance writer.
  • Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • 14.51667,46.05
  • Garfield
  • Alan
  • Art Paper Reviewer
  • Marycrest College
  • Art & Computer Graphics Department
  • Chair
  • Davenport, Iowa, United States of America
  • -90.5776,41.5236
  • Barqué-Durán
  • Albert
  • Artist
  • City, University of London
  • Cognitive Sciences
  • Postdoctoral Researcher
  • Albert Barqué-Duran, PhD Albert is a postdoctoral researcher in Cognitive Sciences at the City, University of London and a contemporary artist. He directs disruptive projects at the intersection between art and science in order to find new formats for the generation of scientific knowledge, to reflect on contemporary and futuristic issues and their cultural implications. He has exhibited and performed at Sónar + D (Barcelona), Creative Reactions (London, United Kingdom) Cambridge, Neuroscience
  • London, United Kingdom
  • -0.1275,51.50722
  • Valverde
  • Artist
  • University of Vigo
  • Vigo, Galicia, Spain
  • -8.71667,42.23333
  • Rodríguez
  • Alejandro
  • Author
  • Dogrush Studios
  • Alejandro Rodríguez is an architect, artist, and technology developer. His work focuses on the research and combination of new technologies in the creation of new products, services and artworks. Since 2004 his work, as director of Dogrush Studios has centred on VR and mixed realities. His works has been seen by millions of people and includes, video mapping shows, massive public installations, as well as large stage designs both for governments and private institutions.
  • Mendoza, Argentina
  • -68.83333,-32.88333
  • Beim
  • Alex
  • Artist
  • Tangible Interaction
  • Creative Director
  • Before moving to Canada, Alex Beim ran his own graphic design firm in Montevideo, Uruguay for 10 years. Starting the first graphic design magazine in the country, Alex made major contributions to the Design community in South America. Since moving to North America, Alex has continued to follow his passion for design while working as Associate Creative for Tribal DDB. Developing online experiences for Pepsi, IKEA, Yellow Pages, Esso, KIA, Clorox and Unilever has garnered him awards from Applie
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, United States of America
  • -81.0343,34.0007
  • https://www.tangibleinteraction.com/about
  • Counsell
  • Alex
  • Author
  • University of Portsmouth
  • Portsmouth, United Kingdom
  • -1.08889,50.79528
  • http://stinaandthewolf.net/
  • Bundy
  • Alex
  • John
  • Artist, Speaker/Presenter, and Author
  • Planetarium Music
  • Alex Bundy is a sound artist, musician, software developer, and philosopher. His most recent work involves interactive sound design and the creation of sound-based environments for meditation. He was a member of the experimental rock band Yume Bitsu, and has been recording and performing as Planetarium Music and under his own name for twenty years. He earned his PhD in philosophy from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and his philosophical work focuses on epistemic issues surrounding
  • Santa Barbara, California, United States of America
  • -119.697,34.4098
  • http://planetariummusic.com/
  • Ong
  • Alex
  • Artist
  • University of New South Wales
  • Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • 151.21,-33.868
  • Rothera
  • Alex
  • Artist
  • Google, Inc. and Humane Engineering
  • Humane Engineering
  • London, United Kingdom
  • -0.1275,51.50722
  • https://alexrothera.com/
  • Pozzoni
  • Alfio
  • Artist
  • FABRICA
  • Treviso, Italy
  • 12.24222,45.67222
  • Vendl
  • Alfred
  • Artist
  • University of Applied Arts, Vienna
  • Vienna, Austria
  • 16.37306,48.20833
  • Cornyn
  • Alison
  • Artist
  • Picture Projects and School of Visual Arts Design for Social Innovation
  • Alison Cornyn is an interdisciplinary artist whose work often focuses on the criminal justice system. At the convergence of traditional media and technology, her social practice aims to aggregate communities of shared interest and foster civic dialogue. Her work has received numerous awards including a Peabody Award, the Gracie Allen award for Women in Media, the Online News Association’s award for Best Use of Multimedia, the Batten Award for Innovation, the National Press Club Award, as well as
  • Brooklyn, United States of America
  • -76.6033,39.2341
  • McIntosh
  • Allen
  • Collaborators
  • Human Computer Resources Corporation
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • -79.3849,43.6529
  • Crank
  • Allison
  • Author
  • Lausanne, Switzerland, Swiss Confederation
  • 6.63333,46.53333
  • Kudla
  • Allison
  • Artist
  • Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology
  • Allison Kudla is an American artist who is currently an Artist-in-Residence at the Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore, India. She holds a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2002. She is also a Doctoral Candidate at the University of Washington’s Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS). In her most recent projects, she has been exploring the combination of patterns, fabrication technologies and plant tissue culturing to make living installa
  • Bangalore, India
  • 77.59796,12.96991
  • Noe
  • Alva
  • Artist
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • Berkeley, California, United States of America
  • -122.2729,37.8708
  • Long
  • Amanda
  • Artist
  • Born in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Lives and works in New York, NY EDUCATION MFA Art (Multimedia), Carnegie Mellon University, 2010 BFA Sculpture & Extended Media, Virginia Commonwealth University (cum laude), 2005 BS Cell & Molecular Biology, Tulane University (cum laude), 2000
  • Unavailable
  • http://www.amandalong.org/
  • Amanita Design
  • Artist
  • Unavailable
  • Fredeen
  • Amy
  • Artist
  • Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC)
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Amy Fredeen is of Inupiaq heritage and served as the Lead Cultural Ambassador for the game Never Alone. She currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer at E-Line and as the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Cook Inlet Tribal Council (CITC), an innovative nonprofit that provides educational and social services to Alaska Natives and American Indian people in the Cook Inlet Region of Alaska. Amy also holds several other active roles, including President/Chair of the Board
  • Anchorage, Alaska, United States of America
  • -149.8949,61.2163
  • Coffey
  • Amy
  • Jo
  • Artist
  • University of Florida
  • Unavailable
  • Leal
  • Ana
  • Solange
  • Author
  • INOVA+ and STARTS
  • Unavailable
  • Gustafsson
  • Anders
  • Artist
  • Unavailable
  • Meyer
  • Andrea
  • Committee Member
  • em̄DASH
  • Unavailable
  • Colubri
  • Andreas
  • Artist
  • Unavailable
  • Cabrera
  • Andrés
  • Artist and Speaker/Presenter
  • University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Andrés Cabrera received a PhD in Music Technology from Queen's University Belfast under the direction of Professor Gary Kendall. Dr. Cabrera joined MAT in 2012 and has previously served as a Lecturer at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana and the Universidad de los Andes. As part of the AlloSphere Research Group he has developed software systems for distributed multimedia, and leads development of the "allolib" multimedia application library. With Joseph Tilbian, he developed the Stride program
  • Santa Barbara, California, United States of America
  • -119.697,34.4098
  • Calhoun
  • Andrew
  • Artist
  • The Ohio State University
  • Unavailable
  • Hargadon
  • Andrew
  • Author
  • University of Florida
  • Department of Management
  • Unavailable
  • Lippman
  • Andrew
  • Collaborators
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Architecture
  • Director
  • Unavailable
  • Perkins
  • Andrew
  • Author
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • Unavailable
  • Perkis
  • Andrew
  • Author
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • I am currently focusing on research within the synergies of art and technology, methods and functionality of content representation, quality assessment and its use within the media value chain. My application focus is on art in public spaces, place by design, sensor-based digital storytelling and business modeling for the creative and media industry.
  • Unavailable
  • Moere
  • Andrew
  • Wande
  • Artist
  • University of Sydney
  • Unavailable
  • Yip
  • Andrew
  • Artist and Speaker/Presenter
  • The University of New South Wales
  • Art & Design
  • Australia
  • 134.48956260698,-25.734968491622
  • Dam
  • Andries
  • van
  • Collaborators
  • Brown University
  • Computer Sciences
  • Chairman
  • Unavailable
  • DiLallo
  • Andy
  • Author
  • UCSC
  • Andy DiLallo is a musician, composer, instrument builder, and sound artist. He embraces community-based art and aims to utilize technology in ways that promote self-understanding and well being. He recently completed his undergraduate study of Music with an emphasis on Electronic Music at UC Santa Cruz.
  • United States of America
  • -97.922211212118,39.381266130568
  • Klein
  • Andy
  • Artist
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • Mixed Reality Designer
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • -123.1139,49.2609
  • Chamier
  • Angelika
  • von
  • Artist
  • Konrad Wolf Film University
  • Angelika von Chamier is an award-winning editor and sound designer with over twenty years of professional experience in both the TV and movie industries. She collaborates with numerous artists as a sound designer, creating experimental films, soundscapes, and video installations. As an editor, her work includes feature films, documentary features, scripted television series, and reality TV shows, and she has mixed live television for fifteen years as an audio engineer.
  • Potsdam-Babelsberg, Germany
  • 13.06667,52.4
  • Animática
  • Artist
  • Unavailable
  • Niwata
  • Anju
  • Speaker/Presenter
  • Anju Niwata was born in Hiroshima, Japan in 2001. When she was in the fifth grade, she learned about the “Nakajima district” in Hiroshima and became interested in "Inheriting the thoughts of A-Bomb survivors, hibakusha". In 2017, when collecting signatures in the Peace Memorial Park, she met Mr. Tokuso Hamai. This led to start "Rebooting Memories" project. She is working to inherit memories using new art and technology, such as a CG video and exhibitions of colorized photos. In 2018, she won the
  • Unavailable
  • McNamara
  • Ann
  • Artist
  • Unavailable
  • Martin
  • Anna
  • C.
  • Committee Member
  • Unavailable
  • Kasnyik
  • Anna
  • Artist
  • Anna Kasnyik (1982, Budapest, Hungary) and Courtney McMahon (1982, New York, USA) both live in Brooklyn, New York. Anna is a Graphic Designer. Courtney is a Group Account Director. They met working at an Agency in 2016. One day, on their lunch break, they started a conversation about being in their 30s and how different their experiences were. By age 32, Courtney was putting a marriage behind her and starting over with a plethora of TBD’s. Anna had already lived in five countries and creat
  • Budapest, Hungary
  • 19.04083,47.49833
  • Reed
  • Anna
  • Artist
  • The Ohio State University
  • Unavailable
  • Bray
  • Anne
  • Artist
  • Director
  • Anne Bray is an artist and director of Freewaves. As an artist, she works at the intersection of public space and media art. As director of the nonprofit media arts organization, Freewaves, co-founded in 1989, her work includes mounting eleven biennial festivals presenting more than 3000 artists with the partnership of 125 curators and more than 100 organizations that have been held at Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art, the Getty Center, Hammer Museum, on Hollywood Blvd. and on Chinatown s
  • Los Angeles, United States of America
  • -118.2439,34.0544
  • Barbier
  • Annette
  • Committee Member
  • Unavailable
  • Mignone
  • Antonella
  • 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
  • Unavailable
  • Jäderholm
  • Antti
  • Artist
  • Antti Jädertpolm aka Fthr Productions is a digital artist that hails from the 90’s demoscene, producing a plethora of productions across evolving platforms. He is also the Founder of Vizor.io, a VR publishing platform for 360 tours, stories, and sites. Travis Stweart better known as Machinedrum, the musician, is a prolific artist and electronic music performer from North Carolina. Stewart has played such venues as the Sydney Opera House, the Nokia Theater in New York City, the Sonar Music Festiv
  • Unavailable
  • http://twitter.com/fthr
  • 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
  • Unavailable
  • https://www.apotropia.com/index.html
  • Apple Computer, Inc.
  • Artist
  • Unavailable
  • Ramey
  • April
  • Art Show Administrator
  • Capstone Solutions, Inc.
  • Unavailable
  • Cano
  • Ariana
  • Artist
  • California State University, San Bernardino
  • Ariana Cano is a Chicana feminist, scholar, educator, and activist. She was born in Los Angeles and raised in Rialto, California. She graduated from California State University San Bernardino with an MA in Communication Studies (2018) and was the Outstanding Graduate Student and Graduate Teaching Associate in her department. She earned the HACU Student Track Scholarship, the Chicana Caucus Student Scholarship, and was competitively selected as the student representative of the College of Arts an
  • San Bernardino, California, United States of America
  • -117.2898,34.1083
  • https://arianacano8.wixsite.com/mysite
  • Ars Electronica Center
  • Collaborators
  • Unavailable
  • Unknown
  • Artist
  • Artist
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  • Unavailable
  • Thorndike
  • Ashley
  • Artist
  • The Ohio State University
  • Unavailable
  • Hameed
  • Asim
  • Author
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • I am a PhD Candidate within the subjective and physiological assessment of immersion and digital storytelling in new media applications. My research focuses on holistic measures for user-perceived quality in immersive media vis-a-vis various forms of presence and immersion. I am currently working on the relation between content and context in their role on Quality of Experience in VR applications.
  • Unavailable
  • Hoel
  • Aud
  • Sissel
  • Author
  • Unavailable
  • Black
  • August
  • Artist
  • Unavailable
  • Harvey
  • Auriea
  • Artist
  • Unavailable
  • McKinley
  • Austin
  • Collaborators
  • Unavailable
  • Meshi
  • Avital
  • Artist and Author
  • University of California Santa Cruz
  • Avital Meshi is a California based artist. She was born and raised in Israel. Currently she is an MFA candidate from The Digital Art and New Media program at UC Santa Cruz. She holds a BFA from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago and a BSc and an MSc in biology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Meshi's practice is inspired by her adventures in Virtual-reality and the way they intertwine with her real-life experiences. Her work involves a variety of mediums and techniques
  • Santa Cruz, California, United States of America
  • -122.0294,36.9746
  • http://www.avitalmeshi.com/
  • Peled
  • Avner
  • Collaborators
  • Avner Peled (Lead Developer ) started as military trained computer programmer and security researcher witha B.Sc in Neurobiology and Philosophy. After moving between different positions in the IT and gaming industry, he turned toward social involvement, volunteering within Israel’s refugee youth community, working with the Tel-Aviv maker-space and participating in Israeli-Palestinian conflict resolution activities. Now he seeks to combine his technical and scientific knowledge to create critical
  • Unavailable
  • Pailthorpe
  • Baden
  • Artist and Speaker/Presenter
  • Australian National University School of Art & Design
  • Baden Pailthorpe is a contemporary artist who works with emerging and experimental technologies. He is the Convenor of Hybrid Art Practice at the ANU School of Art & Design, Canberra. His artistic practice interrogates the relationship between aesthetics and power, interrogating the politics of technological and economic structures across Sport, Finance and the Military-Industrial Complex. Since 2011, Baden’s practice has integrated performance and installation alongside screen-based interventio
  • Australia
  • 134.48956260698,-25.734968491622
  • Haykal
  • Bani
  • Artist
  • Unavailable
  • Ngamarunchot
  • Bank
  • Artist
  • KMUTT
  • Lecturer
  • Bank Ngamarunchot is a lecturer of KMUTT, Thailand. He is an Economist who works in many fields such as Political Economy and Public Policy. His recent works relate to negative consequences of capitalism such as monopoly, externality, labor exploitation, and inequality. He is also an owner of the art gallery (Tentacles) located in his hometown, Bangkok
  • Bangkok, Thailand
  • 100.51667,13.75
  • Flanary
  • Barry
  • Collaborators
  • Unavailable
  • Parker
  • Becki
  • Art Show Administrator
  • Unavailable
  • Fields
  • Benjamin
  • Artist
  • University of London
  • Unavailable
  • Hamilton
  • Benjamin
  • Artist
  • Unavailable
  • Schroeder
  • Benjamin
  • Artist
  • The Ohio State University
  • ZERO
  • Unavailable
  • Riecke
  • Bernhard
  • E.
  • Author
  • Simon Fraser University
  • Researcher
  • After researching for a decade in the Virtual Reality Group of the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen, Germany and working as a post-doctoral researcher at Vanderbilt University and UC Santa Barbara, Bernhard joined SFU-SIAT in 2008, where he leads the iSpace lab. His research combines multidisciplinary research approaches and immersive virtual environments to investigate: Human spatial cognition/orientation/updating/navigation; Enabling robust and effortless spatial ori
  • British Columbia, Canada
  • -125.02279654593,55.1712152811
  • Albright
  • Beth
  • Artist
  • The Ohio State University
  • Unavailable
  • Reeves
  • Bill
  • Artist
  • Lucasfilm
  • Bill Reeves began his graphics career at the University of Waterloo and at the University of Toronto, where he received his B.S. in math and M.A. and Ph.D. in computer science. In 1980, Reeves joined the computer division of Lucasfilm as project leader of the systems group and a member of the computer graphics group. Several years into a career that focused Reeves on the field of animation, he invented the particle systems image synthesis technique that enabled the generation of very complex and
  • Unavailable
  • Heilman
  • Bob
  • Co-Chair
  • Gould, Inc.
  • Unavailable
  • Holtzman
  • Bob
  • Artist
  • Coordinates Unavailable
  • Powell
  • Bob
  • Artist
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  • Mueller
  • Boris
  • Artist
  • Unable to automatically detect coordinates
  • O'Rourke
  • Brendan
  • Artist
  • Aspyr and VCGA
  • CAD/Desinger and Training Coordinator
  • Brendan is a 3D Artist, graphic designer and electronics hobbyist based in the Vancouver Area. His skills set ranges through 3D modeling and motion graphic work all the way to electronic design and mechatronics as well as almost everything in between. Currently he is looking to get into either the film or video game scene and is currently working on a personal short film.
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, CA
  • ,
  • https://www.brendanorourke.ca/
  • Silk
  • Brent
  • Artist
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • Sound Designer
  • Having spent several years composing music as a hobby and DJing Tech House in clubs, Brent decided to turn his passion for audio into a career. Brent works at Microsoft in Vancouver, Canada, designing sounds for an undisclosed project. Brent also freelances in his spare time, creating both music and sound effects for video games, and specializing in interactive audio technology. A graduate of the Sound Design for Visual Media program at Vancouver Film School, Brent also holds a Bachelor's de
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  • http://www.brentsilk.com/
  • Phares
  • Brett
  • Artist
  • Marist College
  • Unable to automatically detect coordinates
  • Chirls
  • Brian
  • Artist
  • Brian Chirls is Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Datavized Technologies, Inc a WebVR software company building a data-driven publishing platform for the 3D web. He is a recognized WebVR pioneer and creator of the WebVR Starter Kit. Prior to Datavized, Brian completed a Knight Technology Fellowship at POV, where he worked on experimental interactive documentary technology. He has developed innovative models for interaction, data visualization and content-authoring in virtual reality. Br
  • Unable to automatically detect coordinates
  • http://chirls.com/
  • Myburgh
  • Brittany
  • Author
  • University of Toronto
  • Unable to automatically detect coordinates
  • Ransom
  • Brittany
  • Art Show Chair and Art Jury Member
  • California State University, Long Beach
  • College of the Arts, School of Art
  • Assistant Professor of Sculpture & New Genres
  • Brittany Ransom is an artist and educator currently living in Long Beach, California. Ransom is the recipient of numerous awards and grants including the competitive ZERO1 American Arts Incubator Fellowship (2019), Willapa Bay Artist Residency (2019), Workshop Residency in San Francisco (2016), the Arctic Circle Research Residency (2014), University Research council and Instructional Technology Grant Awards (2013-2014), and the prestigious College Art Association Professional Development Fellows
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  • http://www.brittanyransom.com/
  • Hagan
  • Brooks
  • Artist and Author
  • Rhode Island School of Design
  • Textiles Department
  • Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director
  • Brooks Hagan is a textile designer, artist and researcher. He works with numerous firms such as Pallas Textiles and Mulberry Silk (India) and technology leaders such as Apple Inc. A current project with computer scientists at Cornell University and Stanford University investigates advanced visualization for the design of constructed textiles and is funded by a $1.2M grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). In 2015 Hagan cofounded the textile technology company Computational Textiles Inc
  • Providence, Rhode Island, US
  • ,
  • http://brookshagan.com/
  • Karsh
  • Bruce
  • Collaborators
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  • Grush
  • Byron
  • Art Paper Reviewer
  • Northern Illinois University
  • Unable to automatically detect coordinates
  • Lee
  • Byungioo
  • Artist
  • Seoul National University
  • Unable to automatically detect coordinates
  • Lee
  • Byungjoo
  • Artist and Speaker/Presenter
  • Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
  • Interactive Media Lab
  • Associate Professor
  • Byungjoo Lee is a mechanical engineer, a new media artist and a human-computer interaction (HCI) researcher. He is interested in designing and optimizing intelligent computer agents that interact with human users. He is currently an associate professor at KAIST and leads KAIST Interactive Media Lab (https://kiml.org).
  • Daedeok Innopolis, Daejeon, Korea
  • 127.385,36.351
  • https://leebyungjoo.com/
  • Coleman
  • C.
  • Nicole
  • Committee Member
  • Stanford University
  • Unavailable
  • Screven
  • C.G.
  • Committee Member
  • University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
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  • Robinson
  • Caitlin
  • Artist
  • Electric South
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  • Buckley
  • Cameron
  • Artist
  • Cameron Buckley is a Memphis-based media artist working in just about every digital and physical medium he can get his hands on. He received his BA in Film Studies from The University of Tulsa and his MFA in Digital Art from Indiana University. He is an instructor at Arkansas State University. He co-founded Paper-Thin, a virtual art archive.
  • Memphis, Tennessee, United States of America
  • -90.0516,35.149
  • http://www.cameronbuckley.org/
  • Cardboard Computer
  • Artist
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  • Bergstrom
  • Carl
  • Artist
  • University of Washington
  • Unable to automatically detect coordinates
  • Trevisi
  • Carla
  • Artist
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • Site Coordinator
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, CA
  • ,
  • Martinez
  • Carlos
  • Aguilera
  • Author
  • Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC)
  • Carlos Aguilera Martinez received his B.Eng. degree in Telecommunications Engineering in 2017 and his M.Sc. degree in Innovation and Research in Informatics in 2019 at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. During his studies, he put a strong focus on computer graphics and related fields. He now works as a developer in the health tech startup Virtual Bodyworks, focusing on embodiment experiences for social, medical and psychological rehabilitation.
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  • Gerson
  • Carol
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  • Hobson
  • Carol
  • Committee Member
  • University of California, San Diego
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  • Peres
  • Carolina
  • Artist
  • São Paulo State University
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  • Robert
  • Caroline
  • Artist
  • Caroline Robert is an art director and a crafter. For the past eight years, she has been working on all the projects of the studio AATOAA (including BLA BLA, Just a Reflektor and Sprawl II). Also, Caroline has been creating the visual identity for Arcade Fire. She designed the album artwork for Reflektor and « The Suburbs », which won a Grammy award for Best recording package of the year. Her work has been presented at the Museum of the Moving Image, Gaîté lyrique, the National Taiwan Museum and
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  • Morris
  • Carrie
  • Committee Member and Art Jury Member
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  • Jones
  • Cat
  • Art Reviewer
  • Electrofringe Festival
  • Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • 151.21,-33.868
  • Cesar & Lois
  • Artist
  • Cesar & Lois is a collective that formed in 2017 and probes the evolution of humanity’s relationship to nature by advancing intersections between the parallel networks of technology and biological systems. Cesar & Lois posit new systems that integrate natural and technological networks. They create fungal systems that tweet and posit nature-based economies, subverting algorithms and infusing art with nature’s data. Cesar & Lois is a collective that creates microbiologically based digital systems
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  • http://cesarandlois.org/
  • Berret
  • Charles
  • Artist and Author
  • University of British Columbia
  • School of Journalism
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  • Garoian
  • Charles
  • Committee Member
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  • Gretton
  • Charles
  • Artist and Speaker/Presenter
  • Australian National University
  • College of Engineering and Computer Science
  • Charles Gretton is a Senior Lecturer convening the TechLauncher program at the Australian National University. From June 2015, he was a founder at HIVERY, and in 2017 also a Catalyst in Residence at the Michael Crouch Innovation Centre at the Univeristy of New South Wales. Working with industry, he developed data-driven systems that optimize by creating retail-AI technologies which coupled industrial optimisation with machine learning. From August of 2011 Charles was at the NICTA (then Data61) C
  • Australia
  • 134.48956260698,-25.734968491622
  • Evans
  • Chaz
  • Art Reviewer
  • Northwestern University and VGA Gallery
  • Radio/Television/Film
  • Lecturer
  • Chaz Evans is a Lecturer in the Department of Radio/Television/Film. Evans is a media artist, art historian, educator, and curator. His work deals with software, performance, and histories of art and technology and has been exhibited at such venues as ACRE Projects, Hyde Park Art Center, Evanston Art Center, and Chicago Artists' Coalition. Evans’ writing has been published by Routledge, the Journal of Games Criticism, and the A.V. Club. Additionally, he is Director of Exhibitions and Programs of
  • Evanston, Illinois, US
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  • Kent
  • Cheryl
  • Committee Member
  • Whitney and Kent, Limited
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  • Yu
  • Chih-Hsuan
  • Artist
  • National Taiwan University of Arts
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  • Hu
  • Ching-Chuan
  • Artist
  • Born in Taipei in 1990, Ching-Chuan Hu is now in graduate school at the Department of New Media Art, Taipei National University of the Arts. My art practice investigates the heterogenity between reality and illusion, between technology and human beings. I am always trying to intervene reality and virtuality with image production, and I extended my practice to contemporary new media art through experimental images making. Meanwhile, I extract and create possiblities besides the present existe
  • Taipei, TW
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  • Hu
  • Ching-Hsaing
  • Artist
  • China University of Technology
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  • Bell
  • Chris
  • Artist
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  • Chris
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  • Ford
  • Chris
  • Committee Member
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  • Peck
  • Chris
  • Collaborators
  • University of Michigan
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  • Perry
  • Chris
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  • Moleman
  • Christiaan
  • Collaborators
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  • Bolewski
  • Christin
  • Artist
  • Loughborough School of Art and Design
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  • Hirukawa
  • Christina
  • Artist
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • Art Consultant
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  • Baker
  • Christopher
  • Artist
  • School of the Art Institute of Chicago
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  • Thompson
  • Christopher
  • G.
  • Artist
  • Independent Artist
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  • Roman
  • Christopher
  • Artist
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  • Sturgess
  • Christopher
  • Collaborators
  • Human Computer Resources Corporation
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  • Andersson
  • Claes
  • Artist
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  • Harvey
  • Claire
  • Artist and Author
  • Rhode Island School of Design and TEAM Inc
  • Claire E Harvey is a textile designer currently in her junior year at Rhode Island School of Design. Her work is centered around blue, skies, and things that fly.
  • Providence, Rhode Island, US
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  • http://claireeharvey.com/home.html
  • Fernández-Vara
  • Clara
  • Author
  • New York University
  • NYU Game Center
  • New York, US
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  • http://clarafv.net/
  • Ribeiro
  • Clarissa
  • Artist and Speaker/Presenter
  • BR
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  • Waite
  • Clea
  • T.
  • Artist
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  • Gazana
  • Cleber
  • Artist
  • São Paulo State University
  • Professor
  • Cleber Gazana lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil. He is currently studying Stricto sensu in Visual Arts. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Design (design), postgraduate in Lato sensu specialization in Visual and Multimedia Creation and Graphic Design Technician. He is also a multimedia artist in the segment of art and technology with works exhibited in Brazil and abroad, as well as lecturer, researcher and university professor in the course of Industrial Design in the traditional grad
  • São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
  • -46.6334,-23.5507
  • http://www.clebergazana.com.br/
  • Washburn
  • Clinton
  • T.
  • Collaborators
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  • Defanti
  • Connor
  • Author
  • New York University
  • Department of Computer Science
  • New York, United States of America
  • -73.9808,40.7648
  • Shipway
  • Connor
  • Artist
  • Connor Shipway is a Senior at NC State’s College of Design, majoring in Art & Design with a focus in interactive media an animation.
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  • Brenner
  • Corrine
  • Artist and Author
  • New York University
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  • McMahon
  • Courtney
  • Artist
  • Courtney McMahon (1982, New York, USA) lives in Brooklyn, New York. Courtney is a Group Account Director. Courtney met Anna Kasnyik working at an Agency in 2016. One day, on their lunch break, they started a conversation about being in their 30s and how different their experiences were. By age 32, Courtney was putting a marriage behind her and starting over with a plethora of TBD’s. Anna had already lived in five countries and created 13 “homes” by the age of 34.  None of this was what the
  • New York, United States of America
  • -73.9808,40.7648
  • Starrett
  • Courtney
  • Author
  • Seton Hall University
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  • http://www.courtneystarrett.com/
  • Panepuccia
  • Cristiano
  • 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
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  • Cubicomp
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  • Miller
  • Curt
  • Artist
  • I'm a Boston based clarinetist and sound artist specializing in the performance of contemporary chamber music and the creation of new performance and installation works with a current focus on the role of recording technology on musical transcription and translation. As a clarinetist it has been my privilege to work internationally as soloist and ensemble member with ensembles such as Nashville's Intersection Contemporary Music Ensemble, Monday Evening Concerts in Los Angeles, the Harvard Fromm
  • Boston , Massachusetts , US
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  • https://www.curtdmiller.com/index.html
  • Decker
  • Cynthia
  • Artist
  • I am a lighthearted digital artist currently living and working in Asheville, North Carolina. My artwork is best described, I think, as imaginary realism. I like to create impossible or improbable environments that have familliar textures and evocative moods. Most of my work has humor, or a bit of a story to tell. I am inspired by the everyday, by small moments and big ideas. I love working in the digital medium because it lets me take these ideas and present them to you the same way I see
  • Asheville, North Carolina, United States of America
  • -82.554,35.6009
  • https://cynthia-decker.pixels.com/
  • Goodman
  • Cynthia
  • Art Jury Member
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  • Cynthia
  • Artist
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  • Kuebel
  • Cynthia
  • Committee Member
  • C K Studio
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  • Hills
  • Damian
  • Author
  • Damian Hills is a digital media developer/designer and sessional academic with interests in natural user interaction, creative collaboration and interactive narrative systems. He has worked on a wide range of projects for industries including medicine, education, government, film, and games. He holds a PhD in Human Computer Interaction that investigated the design of a collaborative interface that combines natural user interaction and support for narrative generation. Damian continues to researc
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  • Dement
  • Dan
  • Committee Member
  • The Art Institute of California
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  • Dan
  • Committee Member
  • New York Institute of Technology (NYIT)
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  • Miller
  • Dan
  • Art Jury Member
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  • Shears
  • Dane
  • Committee Member
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  • Smith
  • Daniel
  • Alexander
  • Artist
  • Daniel Alexander Smith is a visual artist based in Boston, MA. In 2015 he founded Paper-Thin, an online virtual reality art archive, which he currently directs and curates with collaborator, Cameron Buckley. Daniel’s artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally at venues including the Indianapolis Museum of Art, The University of Richmond Museums, the CICA Museum in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, SIGGRAPH, Boston Cyberarts, the Festival Internacional de Linguagem Eletronica in São Paulo,
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  • http://www.danielalexandersmith.com/
  • Llach
  • Daniel
  • Cardoso
  • Artist and Art Papers Jury Member
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • School of Architecture
  • Assistant Professor
  • Daniel Cardoso Llach is an architect, design scholar and researcher interested in issues of automation in design, interdisciplinary creativity, human-machine interaction, and technological cultures in architecture and design. He teaches architecture in the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University, where he chairs the Master of Science in Computational Design and co-directs the CoDe Lab. Cardoso Llach's work explores problems ranging from social and cultural aspects of automation i
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of America
  • -79.9901,40.4417
  • http://dcardo.com/
  • Maestas
  • Daniel
  • Artist
  • University of New Mexico
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  • Malva
  • Daniel
  • Artist
  • São Paulo State University
  • Daniel Malva is a Brazilian visual artist and researcher, was born in Ribeirão Preto who’s lived and been working in São Paulo since 2001. His research includes studies about photography’s processes (analog and digital), emerging medium, contemporary art, and themes involving discussions on humanities and art technology. His works are the result of his interest in hybrid approaches and postdigital concepts to make images which run through of the Art and Science. The poetic connotations are prese
  • São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
  • -46.6334,-23.5507
  • http://www.danielmalva.com.br/
  • Pillis
  • Daniel
  • Artist
  • Daniel Pillis is an artist and interactive media developer who works with robotics, the moving image, computer graphics and large-scale installations. They make work about the technology of reality, investigating the phenomenology of computing, the metaphysics of mixed reality, and the contemporary nature of the human experience through a queer, technologically informed lens. Thinking about gender and robots, empathy and virtual reality, and the affective dimensions of artificial intelligence, t
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  • De Paulis
  • Daniela
  • Artist
  • CAMRAS
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  • David
  • A.
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  • David
  • Artist
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  • Franusich
  • David
  • Artist and Speaker/Presenter
  • Virginia Tech
  • David Franusich is a transdisciplinary artist, designer, and image maker living and working in southwest Virginia. He works at the intersection of the physical and the digital, exploring materiality through new media sculpture, projected video, and sound. His interest in so many aspects of art, design, music, technology, and photography/film has brought him a diverse range of projects and experiences, from public art installation creation, to exhibit design, to film scoring, to cinematography an
  • Blacksburg, Virginia, United States of America
  • -80.4137,37.2297
  • http://www.davidfranusich.com/
  • Gochfeld
  • David
  • Author
  • New York University
  • Department of Computer Science
  • New York, US
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  • Kessler
  • David
  • Author
  • Rhode Island School of Design
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  • Nahon
  • David
  • Collaborators
  • S.G.I. Europe and Z.A Production
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  • Peters
  • David
  • Art Jury Member
  • Two Twelve Associates, Inc.
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  • Shinn
  • David
  • Author
  • SueMedia Productions
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  • http://suemediaproductions.com/
  • Lindsay
  • Dean
  • Artist
  • Kornick Lindsay
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  • Tenedorio
  • Deaniel
  • Artist
  • University of California, San Diego
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  • Debbie
  • Artist
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  • DeBry
  • Dena
  • Art Reviewer
  • Stanford University
  • Irvine, California, United States of America
  • -117.826,33.6857
  • Shih
  • Deng-Teng
  • Artist
  • China University of Technology
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  • Del Favero
  • Dennis
  • Artist
  • University of New South Wales
  • Digital Innovation, iCinema Research Centre, and Expanded Perception and Interaction Centre
  • Director and Chair Professor
  • Dennis Del Favero is a Research Artist and Chair Professor of Digital Innovation, Director of the iCinema Research Centre and Expanded Perception and Interaction Centre at the University of New South Wales. He is also Visiting Professorial Fellow at ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, and at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Visiting Professor at IUAV University of Venice and editorial board member of Studio Corpi (Rome). His research has been widely exhibited in major group exhibitions inc
  • Sydney, New South Wales, AU
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  • http://icinema.edu.au/about/people/professor-dennis-del-favero
  • Arellano
  • Diana
  • Author
  • Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg
  • Institute of Animation
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  • Ludin
  • Diane
  • Artist
  • Diane Ludin (New York, U.S.A.) is an artist and writer. Her projects include internet-based collage, installations, and performances that explore ideas of media representation as information. She has presented her work in the US, Europe and Australia (ISEA 2010/2006/2004, File Sao Paulo – Brazil, Ars Electronica 2002) to mention a few of the venues.
  • New York, United States of America
  • -73.9808,40.7648
  • Veryovka
  • Dima
  • Artist
  • Oculus VR and Colabee Studios
  • Creative Director and Art Director
  • I am an award-winning Creative/ Art Director and Co-Founder at Colabee Studios. I currently oversee all Creative Development including design, visual concepts, and responsible for defining direction, and implementation of Colabee studios strategy and vision. Prior to starting Colabee Studios, I served as a Studio Art Director of E-Line Media / Upper-1 Games, where I successfully led art production and concept development of BAFTA winning game Never Alone. With more than 16 years of experie
  • Seattle, Washington, United States of America
  • -122.347686,47.66453
  • http://dimaveryovka.com/
  • Purohit
  • Dinesh
  • Committee Member
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  • Rorke
  • Donald
  • M.
  • Art Jury Member
  • The Knoll Group
  • Executive Vice President of Design (Worldwide)
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  • Kim
  • Dongjo
  • Artist
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  • Lee
  • Dongseop
  • Artist
  • Rect Works
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  • Double Fine Productions
  • Artist
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  • Dodds
  • Douglas
  • Collection Curator
  • Victoria & Albert Museum
  • Senior Curator
  • Douglas Dodds is a Senior Curator in the Word and Image Department at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Douglas is responsible for expanding and developing the Department's digital art collections, which range from early computer art to recent born-digital works. V&A exhibitions and displays include Chance and Control: Art in the Age of Computers (2018); Barbara Nessim: An Artful Life (2013-14); and Digital Pioneers (2009-10). Chance and Control toured to various other UK venues dur
  • London, United Kingdom
  • -0.1275,51.50722
  • http://douglasdodds.org/
  • Kurbak
  • Ebru
  • Artist
  • Ebru Kurbak is an artist and designer. She is driven by her interest in the hidden political nature of everyday spaces, technologies, and routines, and how the design of the ordinary is involved in shaping values, practices, and ideologies. Most recently, she worked at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna as Project Leader (PI) of the arts-based research project Stitching Worlds. Ebru received her MSc degree in Architecture from the Istanbul Technical University. She lectured at the Depar
  • Vienna , AT
  • ,
  • http://ebrukurbak.net/
  • Kwan
  • Edan
  • Artist
  • Mark Lundin Edan Kwan are a part of the UK based experimental interaction design studio, Kuva. They create “beautiful experiences that both captivate and inspire.” Their craft lies somewhere between art, design and technology. They produce work across both virtual and physical spaces including installation, animation, interactive and VR.
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  • Wong
  • Eddie
  • Author
  • Goldsmiths University of London
  • Eddie Wong was born in Malaysia in 1982 and studied at Goldsmiths, University of London (MA in Computational Arts) in 2019-2020. In his work, Eddie examines the interplay between narrative and contemporary issues with data through machine learning, video and installation. He's interested in using mythotechnesis (machine-fictioning) as a method to delve into personal and collective memories; probing postcolonial condition, data surveillance and his family heritage.
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  • Lanctôt-Benoit
  • Édouard
  • Artist
  • Édouard Lanctôt-Benoit is a creative developer and a technical director specialized in interactive vidéos and installations. He started his career at Moment Factory in Montréal where he worked on various large-scale installations. Since 5 years, he is part of Vincent Morisset’s team at AATOAA, for whom he collaborated to the development and the creation of interactive videos produced, amongst others, by the NFB (BLA BLA, 2011), Arcade Fire (Sprawl II, 2012) and the Google Creative Lab (Just A Re
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  • Johnston
  • Edward
  • Artist
  • Kean University and Michael Graves College
  • Robert Busch School of Design
  • Assistant Professor
  • Ed Johnston is a practice-based design researcher and educator working in a variety of contexts involving interactive design and three-dimensional digital technologies. He is an Assistant Professor in the Robert Busch School of Design within the Michael Graves College at Kean University. Johnston has received numerous awards and grants including an Editor’s Choice Award at World Maker Faire New York, selection to the Lumen Prize 50, and multiple YAP grants from the D.C. Commission on the Arts
  • Union, New Jersey, United States of America
  • -74.2632,40.6976
  • http://www.edjohnston.com/
  • Kusachi
  • Eisuke
  • Artist
  • Osaka University
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  • Mendelowitz
  • Eitan
  • Artist
  • Mount Holyoke College
  • Computer Science
  • Visiting Assistant Professor
  • As an transdisciplinary artist, Eitan explores the cultural implications of the algorithmic creation of meaning while exposing the wonder inherent in the generation of knowledge. His process blends performance, generative literature, gameplay, installation, and visual arts, with embodied interaction, physical interfaces and artificial intelligence to create works situated at the intersections of computer science and the arts. His work articulates the expressive potential of artificial intelligen
  • Springfield, Massachusetts, United States of America
  • -72.5898,42.1015
  • http://eitanm.com/
  • Stepanova
  • Ekaterina
  • R.
  • Author
  • Simon Fraser University
  • Researcher
  • Katerina Stepanova is an interdisciplinary researcher pursuing her PhD in Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She has a background in cognitive science and psychology and seeks to understand how emerging technologies can be used to support positive transformative experiences. She is exploring how immersive installations can be created to foster our connection to oneself, others and the world around us. Understanding the phenomenological experience
  • British Columbia, Canada
  • -125.02279654593,55.1712152811
  • Flomenhaft
  • Eleanor
  • Art Jury Member
  • The Fine Arts Museum of Long Island
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  • Knox
  • Elena
  • Artist
  • Waseda University
  • Elena Knox is a media and performance artist. Her works stage enactments of gender and presence in technoscience and communication media and are presented in première venues internationally. Knox’s experimental projects are nominated for awards including Australian Art Music Awards and LA Underground Film Forum. Recent shows include: Future and the Arts, Mori Art Museum Tokyo; A-S HELIX: Integration of Art and Science in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, National Museum of China; Beijing Media
  • Japan
  • 138.5922295495,36.386492821853
  • Fresh
  • Elinore
  • Artist
  • University of Florida
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  • Ferrèand
  • Elisa
  • Artist
  • Royal Holloway University
  • Department of Psychology
  • Director of the Vestibular Multisensory Embodiment Lab and Professor of Biological Psychology at the Department of Psychology at the Royal Holloway University in London, since 2015. Previously she was a postdoctoral scholar at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London. In 2012, she completed her PhD at the University of Pavia. Her research focuses on how the brain calculates gravity, but also how gravity shapes human behavior. At this time, part of her research is focu
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • -0.1275,51.50722
  • Hunter
  • Elizabeth
  • Artist
  • San Francisco State University
  • Elizabeth Hunter is a critical theorist and digital maker. From immersive theatre to spatial computing, her research asks what happens when we inhabit a canonical story’s space—and the story seeps into ours. She is currently Assistant Professor of Theatre Studies and Director of the Fabula(b) Theatre + New Media incubator at San Francisco State University. Her work has been supported by Northwestern University’s Center for Interdisciplinary Research in the Arts, a Segal Design Fellowship, The Ga
  • San Francisco, United Kingdom
  • -122.463,37.7648
  • Waterhouse
  • Elizabeth
  • Artist
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  • Husbands
  • Ella
  • Artist
  • Ella Husbands is a Brighton-based artist and recent fine art graduate from Central Saint Martins. Her work explores notions of disrupted perception. She often combines videos and objects to immerse the viewer in a distorted environment. Her work is connected to her current experience with chronic fatigue syndrome and centres on a sense of movement and pattern.
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • -0.1275,51.50722