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  • Andreas
  • A.
  • Artist-Performer
  • Gallery d+n+r
  • ISEA2010 A. Andreas (.nl) is an artist and publisher of Nictoglobe, a quartely web artzine online since 1986, curator for the online Gallery d+n+r. Projects: Semantic Disturbances, Web Uebermahlung.
  • Netherlands the
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  • Oldenburg
  • Aaron
  • Presenter
  • University of Baltimore and University of Maryland
  • Game Designer
  • ISEA2011 Aaron Oldenburg is a game designer and new media artist whose primary interest is in game rules as an expressive medium. His video and interactive work has exhibited in festivals and galleries in New York, Berlin, São Paulo and Los Angeles, including SIGGRAPH and FILE Electronic Language International Festival. He currently works on physical computing projects, designing new interfaces and electronic sculptures. He teaches game design as an Assistant Professor in University of Baltim
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  • http://home.ubalt.edu/aoldenburg
  • Seymour
  • Aaron
  • Artist-Visual
  • Sydney Dance Company and Sydney Opera House Trust
  •   ISEA2013 Aaron Seymour (AU), an artist, designer and academic, is the visual designer for Life After Wartime. Alongside his art practice, he has designed numerous audience experiences for museums and cultural institutions, harnessing interactive technologies to bring museological and archival collections to life. His short films have twice been nominated for AFI awards, screening internationally, and are held in state and national film archive collections. He has developed identit
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  • Moncrieff
  • Abigail
  • Artist-Visual
  •   ISEA2013 Abigail Moncrieff, Australia, has been working in the visual arts for many years, and as curator at Experimenta since early 2011.  wheelercentre.com/people/abigail-moncrieff  
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  • Caraballo-Farman
  • Abou
  • Leo
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Abou Leo Caraballo-Farman independent artist duo made up of Leonor Caraballo and Abou Farman.
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  • Manley
  • Adam
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Parkinson
  • Adam
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Schrag
  • Adam
  • Tobias
  • Presenter
  • University of Minnesota, USA
  • ISEA2011 Adam Tobias Schrag is completing his doctorate in English at the University of Minnesota, USA. His research investigates the entangled screens of war and media technologies that create and regulate the visual fields of war from the 1960s to the present.
  • US
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  • http:// adamschrag.net/
  • de Oliveira
  • Adilson
  • A. J.
  • Presenter
  • Université de Montréal (Canada)
  • ISEA2011 Dr. prof. Adilson A. J. de Oliveira Ph.D  in a Multidisciplinary Ph.D. Program at UFRGS (Brazil) and at the Université de Montréal (Canada). She has researched extensively the relationship between technicity and body in interactive media art. Her expertise lies in the study of art and technology, as well as contemporary philosophy with special emphasis on subjectivity. She is a member of the NESTA (Subjectivity, Technology and Art Work Group), Ways of Contemporary Subjectivation rese
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  • Gunawan
  • Agung
  • Artist-Visual
  • Dance-choreographer
  • ISEA2013 Agung Gunawan is a Javanese (Indonesia) dancer and choreographer trained in several Indonesian classical dance forms. He performs at the Kraton (Palace) in Yogjakarta and is assistant choreographer of Miroto Dance Company. He has toured in Holland, Belgium, Germany and the USA as well as Indonesia, and has been a resident dance teacher, choreographer and performer in Bucharest, Romania. He is active in contemporary Indonesian music, and recently worked as assistant choreographer on the
  • Javanese, Indonesia
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  • Aber
  • Ahmed
  • Presenter
  • Royal Free Hospital
  • ISEA2011 Ahmed Aber, Royal Free Hospital, London, UK
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  • Akademie voor Industriële Vormgeving Eindhoven
  • Artist-Visual
  • Design Academy Eindhoven
  • Eindhoven, Netherlands the
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  • Post
  • Alan
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Rolandi
  • Alejandro
  • Artist-Performer and Artist-Visual
  • trings Attached Physical Theatre Company
  • ISEA2013 Alejandro Rolandi is a visual and performing artist from Argentina. He has danced contact improvisation for the last 12 years, and has taught in Sydney since 2002. He has worked with Stalker, David Corbet, Jacob Lehrer, Force Majeure and the dance department at UNSW. In 2008 he toured with a Legs on the Wall performance at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Alejandro has had training in physical theatre, pantomime, acro-balance and circus, and is Director of Strings Attached Physical Thea
  • Argentina
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  • Zivanovic
  • Aleksandar
  • Presenter
  • Middlesex University, UK
  • ISEA2011 Dr. Aleksandar Zivanovic, Middlesex University, UK
  • GB
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  • Segalini
  • Alessandro
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Alessandro Segalini was born in Piacenza, Italy and currently lives in Izmir, Turkey. He is a communication designer who specializes in typography. Segalini’s design and research interests include linguistics, book and editorial design, information design, typeface design, calligraphy and lettering, visual identities and designing for multiple languages. In regards to education, he believes that knowledge is constructed by the learner through action; it is mediate, not immediat
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  • Cuffe
  • Alex
  • Artist-Visual
  • ISEA2013 Alex Cuffe is a multi-disciplinary artist who works across sculpture, installation and experimental sound. His practice approaches the materiality of objects in relation to convoluted theories drawn from science, geometry, astrology, kinetics and acoustics. His works utilise the aesthetics of the ‘backyard inventor’, where lo-fi materials and natural matter coalesce, transformed through new media technologies. He performs with the sound group Sky Needle.
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  • Yabsley
  • Alex
  • Presenter
  • Queensland Conservatorium
  • ISEA2013 Alex Yabsley (Dot.AY) is a performing electronic musician who specialises in new and experimental forms of electronic music performance and composition. In 2007 he completed a Bachelor of Music Technology with Honours at the Queensland Conservatorium. The dissertation completed for his Honours year was entitled “The Sound of Playing: A study into the Music and Culture of Chiptunes”, Chipmusic is an electronic music form focusing on pushing archaic computer hardware to create music, n
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  • Jung
  • Alexander
  • Artist-Visual
  • University of Sydney.
  • Lecturer
  • ISEA2013 Alexander Jung is a thinker and designer of Architecture; he was trained as draftsman, and worked internationally in Italy, Netherlands and Germany for large architecture companies. Jung received the Taut-Price, a distinction of the BDA Germany, in 2002 which was followed by the BDA MAX40-Price in 2010 for the Jones House. He was part of UN Studio (van Berkel und Bos) between 1998 and 2004. Jung currently teaches Architectural Communications and Master of Digital Architecture at The
  • Sydney, Australia
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  • Alexandrescu
  • Alice
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Frankovich
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Orr
  • Allison
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Salah
  • Almila
  • Akdag
  • Presenter
  • University of Amsterdam, NL
  • Netherlands the
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  • Allik
  • Alo
  • Presenter
  • University of Hull, UK
  • United Kingdom
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  • Campo
  • Al­berto
  • De
  • Presenter
  • Music Uni­ver­sity Graz and Media Arts Acad­emy Cologne
  • Com­poser
  • Prof. Al­berto de Campo is a com­poser and per­former, and teaches Gen­er­a­tive Art/Com­pu­ta­tional Art. After study­ing clas­si­cal com­po­si­tion, jazz gui­tar and elec­tronic/com­puter music in Aus­tria and the U.S., he has worked as Re­search Di­rec­tor at CRE­ATE, UC Santa Bar­bara, and taught com­puter music and sound art at Music Uni­ver­sity Graz and Media Arts Acad­emy Cologne. He was the Edgard Varese guest pro­fes­sor for Elec­tronic Music at Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­sity Berlin in 2005,
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  • ANAT
  • Committee-Other
  • Australian Network of Art & Technology
  •   ANAT Australian Network of Art & Technology anat.org.au  
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  • Jacobs
  • Andreas
  • Maria
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Treske
  • Andreas
  • Presenter
  • Izmir Economy University, Izmir, Turkey
  • TR
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  • Danielescu
  • Andreea
  • Presenter
  • Arizona State University
  • ISEA2011 Andreea Danielescu is a doctoral student in Computer Science with a concentration in Arts, Media and Engineering at Arizona State University, USA.. She has a background in computer science and the arts. Her research focuses on designing creativity support tools to aid user experience designers, and on developing tools and experiential media systems to more effectively transfer knowledge, promote reflection and encourage development. Her broader research interests include data visuali
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  • Denham
  • Andrew
  • Presenter
  • University of Portsmouth, UK
  • ISEA2011 Andrew Denham, University of Portsmouth, UK
  • GB
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  • Garrison
  • Andrew
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Warhol
  • Andy
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Mesiti
  • Angelica
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Carlyle
  • Angus
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Kaneko
  • Anna
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Keleher
  • Anna
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Piccirillo
  • Annalisa
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Annalisa Piccirillo completed her MA in 2008 in Culture and Literature of English Language with a dissertation on Postcolonial Theater-Dance (Theatre-Dance in Transit: Japan, India, South Africa). In her PhD course, she has been working on the critical-theoretical understanding of contemporary performativity in the Anglophone postcolonial context of video- and theatre- choreography produced by female artists (India; South Africa; Mediterranean area). After a residency at the Departme
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  • Bal­samo
  • Anne
  • Moderator and Presenter
  • University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
  • In­ter­ac­tive Media and School of Cin­e­matic Arts
  • Full Pro­fes­sor
  • ISEA2011 Prof. Anne Bal­samo's work fo­cuses on the re­la­tion­ship be­tween the cul­ture and tech­nol­ogy.  This focus in­forms her prac­tice as a scholar, re­searcher, new media de­signer, and en­tre­pre­neur.  She is cur­rently a Full Pro­fes­sor of In­ter­ac­tive Media in the School of Cin­e­matic Arts, and of Com­mu­ni­ca­tions in the An­nen­berg School of Com­mu­ni­ca­tions.  Her first book, Tech­nolo­gies of the Gen­dered Body: Read­ing Cy­borg Women (Duke UP, 1996) in­ves­ti­gated the s
  • Dallas, Texas, United States of America
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  • Witzke
  • Anne
  • So­phie
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Anne Sophie Witzke is currently doing a PhD in Media Art and Environmental Issues at Aarhus University, Denmark. She has been working intensively with art, sustainability, climate change and technology the last couple of years, as project manager and curator of the Nordic Exhibition of the Year RETHINK – Contemporary Art & Climate Change. RETHINK showed contemporary artists dealing with the cultural dimension of climate change.
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  • Metzger
  • Anneka
  • Curator
  • Academy of Media Arts Cologne (KHM)
  • Cologne, Germany
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  • Goh
  • Anthony
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Tenetz
  • Antti
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Antti Tenetz is equal parts artist and naturalist.  He has worked and filmed throughout the North, from the Ice Sea to Siberia, and as far south as South Thailand and Greece. His works are at the crossroads of media – bio and urban arts,  Sci/Art, nature, documentary and interactive spaces. Tenetz has contributed exhibition designs, multimedia and documentaries to science and art exhibitions ranging in subject from arctic reindeer herders to interactive cityscapes. He is also activel
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  • Groves
  • Aroha
  • Artist-Visual
  • ISEA2011 Aroha Groves is Aboriginal Australian (Weilwan & Gomeroi, Weridjerong & Gamillaraay language groups) self taught virtual artist branching into other digital art practices. Aroha’s work is produced using multi user virtual environments, such as Second Life. Her virtual, or post convergent arts involve exciting mediums such as gaming engines, allowing for a more intense sensory experience for the user. She is currently living on the south coast of New South Wales.
  • New South Wales, Australia
  • 147.01469407145,-32.1689716724
  • Artereazione
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Clay
  • Arthur
  • Presenter and Moderator
  • ISEA2011 Art Clay, a sound artist and cu­ra­tor was born in New York and lives in Basel. He is a spe­cial­ist in the per­for­mance of self cre­ated works with the use of in­ter­me­dia and has ap­peared at in­ter­na­tional fes­ti­vals, on radio and tele­vi­sion tele­vi­sion in Eu­rope, Asia and North Amer­ica. His re­cent work fo­cuses on media based works and large per­for­ma­tive works and spec­ta­cles using mo­bile de­vices. He has won prizes for per­for­mance, the­atre, new media art and c
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  • Artspace Visual Arts
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  • Kidane
  • Assegid
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Lorange
  • Astrid
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Sam­son
  • Au­drey
  • Presenter
  • Cen­trum voor Kunst en Cul­tuur and Ger­rit Ri­etveld Acad­e­mie
  • Artist and Media De­signer
  • ISEA2011 Au­drey Sam­son is a Rot­ter­dam (NL)/Montréal (CA) based media de­signer, artist and re­searcher. Man­ager of the Dig­i­tal Art Lab at the Cen­trum voor Kunst en Cul­tuur (Zoeter­meer, NL). Teacher at the Ger­rit Ri­etveld Acad­e­mie (Am­s­ter­dam, NL). BFA Major in De­sign Art from Con­cor­dia Uni­ver­sity, 2002 (Mon­treal, Canada), M.A. Media De­sign from the Piet Zwart In­sti­tute, 2007 (Rot­ter­dam, NL). Re­search/Prac­tice fo­cuses: use of on­line medium for mourn­ing pur­poses,
  • Netherlands the
  • 4.3175,52.08417
  • Orlandi
  • Ayse
  • E. Coskun
  • Presenter
  • Marmara University and Domus Academy, Milan, Italy
  • ISEA2011 Ayse E. Coskun Orlandi, born in Delft, NL. Lives and works in Istanbul. She received her BA as Industrial Product Designer in 1997 at Marmara University (Istanbul), Faculty of Fine Arts. 1998, received a Master in Design degree at Domus Academy, Milan, Italy with her master project on Strategic Design-Corporate Visions- with Marco Susani and Emilio Genovesi. During the Domus Academy master programme she has participated in various workshops and projects in different fields of design
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  • Ozdemir
  • Basak
  • Di­lara
  • Presenter
  • Is­tan­bul Uni­ver­sity State Con­ser­va­tory
  • ISEA2011 Basak Di­lara Ozdemir, pi­anist-com­poser started to study piano at the age of seven at Is­tan­bul Uni­ver­sity State Con­ser­va­tory; af­ter­wards she got her diploma and mas­ter’s de­gree in Bu­dapest at Liszt Fer­enc Music Acad­emy. She also stud­ied at the Paris Con­ser­va­tory and did a year long com­po­si­tion- elec­tronic music course at IRCAM in Paris. Cur­rently, she is pur­su­ing her PhD and work­ing as a lec­turer at the music acad­emy in Is­tan­bul.
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  • Basement Films
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Schouten
  • Ben A.M.
  • Presenter
  • Eindhoven University
  • Industrial Design Department
  • Netherlands the
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  • Ferns
  • Ben
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Landau
  • Ben
  • Presenter
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  • Sjolen
  • Bengt
  • Presenter
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  • Janssen
  • Berit
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Berit Janssen (DE) studied Systematic Musicology at the University of Hamburg and Electroacoustic Composition at the Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK. She graduated with distinction with an MA in Systematic Musicology in 2009. She is a researcher and composer interested in the acoustic perception of space, and has held presentations on reverberation on multiple conferences. Berit has been working at STEIM (NL) since 2009 as a software developer and researcher. Since 2010
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  • Jiang
  • Bin
  • Presenter
  • Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, France
  • ISEA2011 Bin Jiang 江彬, Architect DESA and Researcher of Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, France
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  • Mers­mann
  • Bir­git
  • Presenter
  • Ja­cobs Uni­ver­sity and Uni­ver­sity of Basel
  • Pro­fes­sor­
  • ISEA2011 Bir­git Mers­mann holds a pro­fes­sor­ship in non-West­ern and Eu­ro­pean Art at the in­ter­na­tional Ja­cobs Uni­ver­sity in Bre­men, Germany, since 2008. From 2005 to 2007 she was a se­nior re­searcher of the Na­tional Com­pe­tence Cen­tre of Re­search “Iconic Crit­i­cism” at the Uni­ver­sity of Basel, Switzer­land, in­ves­ti­gat­ing “icono­scrip­tures” as hy­brid sym­bolic forms and in­ter-me­dia ex­pres­sions be­tween image and writ­ing. From 1998 to 2002 she taught as DAAD (Ger­ma
  • Germany
  • 10.018343294857,51.133481343993
  • Migliozzi
  • Blacki
  • Li Rudi
  • Artist-Visual
  • Georgia Tech (USA)
  •   ISEA2013 Blacki Li Rudi Migliozzi is a HCI graduate student at Georgia Tech (USA) with a background in Discrete Math & Nano-Materials.  vimeo.com/blacki  
  • GB
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  • McConnell
  • Blakely
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Wade
  • Blue
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Zokaites
  • Bobby
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Ramilo
  • Bong
  • Artist-Visual
  • Darwin Community Arts
  • Executive Producer
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  • McKenzie
  • Bonnie
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Kligerman
  • Brad
  • Presenter
  • École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais, France
  • Architect and Assistant Professor
  • ISEA2011 Brad Kligerman is an assistant Professor (École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais, France) and an architect (Building w/immaterials) doing independent research concerning digital media, visual arts & built environments: Spatial inquiry for the invention of new typologies concerning physical/digital, materials/immaterials, land/scapes.
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  • Stalbaum
  • Brett
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Brett Stalbaum (UC, San Diego) is coordinator of the ICAM major at the Visual Arts Department. A serial collaborator, he was a founding member of the information theory/art corporation C5 in 1997, and the Electronic Disturbance Theater in 1998. With EDT he co-developed electronic civil disobedience software called FloodNet, which has been used on behalf of the Zapatista movement against the websites of the Presidents of Mexico and the United States, as well as the Pentagon. Sta
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  • Harris
  • Brian
  • Artist-Visual
  •   ISEA2013 Brian Harris has been devising computer controlled mechanisms and embedded devices most of his life. He studied  science and electronics. An independent designer, he creates large scale finely tuned adaptive mechatronics and bespoke equipment. His inventions for motion control, stabilising camera mounts for aerial photography and robotic trajectories are used in local and international tv commercial and film productions.  
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  • Nicholls
  • Bridget
  • Z.K.
  • Presenter
  • Zoological Society of London
  • ISEA2011 Bridget Z.K. Nicholls, International Arts Fellow of the Zoological Society of London and Arts Advisor to London Zoo, UK.
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  • Guy
  • Britt
  • Artist-Visual
  • The Portals Northern Territory Producer
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  • Evans
  • Britton
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Neuenschwander
  • Brody
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Brody Neuenschwander is a text artist and calligrapher. He studied at Princeton University (USA) and the Courtauld Institute (UK), where he completed his PhD in 1986. At the same time he studied calligraphy at the Roehampton Institute (UK). From the start, Neuenschwander asked serious questions about the place of calligraphy in the modern world. What is it? How is it used? Where should it be headed? In 1989 Neuenschwander began a twenty year collaboration with director Peter Gr
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  • Bennett
  • Bruce
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Mather
  • Bryan
  • J.
  • Artist-Visual
  • ISEA2011 Bryan J. Mather is a polymath with two specific fields of expertise, Information Technology and Fine Art, and since 1981 he has alternated between these two careers.
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  • Hamdan
  • Camila
  • Presenter
  • University of Brasilia/UnB
  • ISEA2011 Msc. Camila Hamdan. Ph.D. candidate in Art and Technology from the University of Brasilia/UnB, Brazil, under the guidance of Ph.D. Diana Domingues.  REUNI/CAPES Scholarship Program working with Ph.D. Lourdes Mattos Brasil in Electrical Engineering graduation in University of Brasilia, UnB Gama College.
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  • Simpson
  • Cara-Ann
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Cara-Ann Simpson, (b. 1985) is a multidisciplinary artist with a focus on sculpture, sound, space and the participant. Cara-Ann is concerned with modes of listening/hearing in social situations and how people interact with sound. In 2011, Cara-Ann has received an International Program: Cultural Exchange Grant from Arts Victoria, has presented at Subtle Technologies Festival & Symposium in Toronto, and will publish a paper with Eva Cheng in the International Journal of Art & T
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  • http://caraannsimpson.com/
  • Leimbach
  • Carli
  • Artist-Visual
  •   ISEA2013 Carli Leimbach, Australia, Creative Producer carlileimbach.com  
  • AU
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  • http://carlileimbach.com/
  • Topaha
  • Carmelita
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Lenoble
  • Catherine
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Catherine Lenoble works since 2006 as a project coordinator in PiNG, resource-organization in digital creation & fabrication, based in Nantes, France. In charge of ‘territories & networks’ development through digital culture, she has piloted LABtoLAB 2009-11 (nomadic project exploring the role of the lab in offering spaces for collaborative learning and knowledge sharing) and was in charge of the editorial coordination Media Labs in Europe : Mapping places and networks
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  • Picard-Limpens
  • Cécile
  • Presenter
  • Chalmers University in Goteborg, Sweden
  • ISEA2011 Cécile Picard-Limpens is post-doc researcher, part time working at theHaute Ecole de Musique de Genève (HEM), (CH), and at UMons/TCTS, within the numedia research program, (BE). Her current research focuses on sound interaction, augmented instruments and gesture analysis. She obtained her Ph.D. in Computer Science at INRIA, France, in the REVES team in December 2009. Her Ph.D. research focused on real-time sound rendering for virtual reality. After receiving her diploma in Mechanical
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  • McKinnon
  • Cecilia
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Kozar
  • Cem
  • Artist-Visual
  • design office PATTU
  • ISEA2011 Architects Cem Kozar & Isil Ünal founded design office PATTU (Sumerian; a field, ready to be cultivated) which focuses on creating new fields in architecture, design and urbanism through exhibitions, research projects and urban interventions. Their works have been exhibited in the Rotterdam Architecture Biennial, Istanbul Architecture festival and the Istanbul Summer exhibition. PATTU recently finished the Ghost buildings research/exhibition project which was supported by the Istan
  • Istanbul
  • 28.96028,41.01
  • Za­kari
  • Chan­tal
  • Presenter
  • Artist
  • ISEA2011 Chan­tal Za­kari is a Turk­ish-Lev­an­tine, a mem­ber of the Chris­t­ian mi­nor­ity. Her ed­u­ca­tion since child­hood was filled with pro­pa­gan­dis­tic im­ages of Atatürk de­signed to per­son­ify a sense of na­tional iden­tity. As an artist, now liv­ing in the U.S., she has a dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive. Za­kari was trained as a de­signer and an artist. She pub­lished The Turk & The Jew, in 1998 with Man­del, a book based on the web-nar­ra­tive by the same title, which was launched
  • United States of America
  • -97.922211212118,39.381266130568
  • Sofo
  • Charlie
  • Curator and Artist-Visual
  • ISEA2013 Charlie Sofo, Australia. Exhibiting in group and solo shows since 2005, Charlie Sofo combines a variety of media including sculpture, video, installation, drawing and text. Primarily concerned with the documentation and cataloguing of experiences – street walks and the variety of odours found in suburbs, the detritus removed from his running shoes, a video catalogue of lounging cats – Sofo’s taxonomic aesthetic is precise and humorous.  Source: monash.edu/mada/about-us/residencies/
  • Australia
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  • Chen
  • Chia
  • Yu
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Caines
  • Chris
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Rodley
  • Chris
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Orr
  • Chrissie
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Faubel
  • Christian
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Christian Faubel is a researcher and artist interested in autonomous behavior and how it may emerge out of the interaction of very simple systems. In his artistic work he experiments with minimal low-level electronics and simple robots that generate patterns. Since 2001 participation in several media-art festivals with robotic- installations and workshops.
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  • Thompson
  • Christian
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Bolewski
  • Christin
  • Presenter
  • Loughborough University UK
  • Senior Lecturer
  • ISEA2011 Christin Bolewski is a digital media artist and experimental filmmaker from Germany. She exhibits regularly at international media art and film festivals and has taught media art and design in Universities in Europe and America. She is currently a Senior Lecturer and researcher at School of the Arts, English and Drama, Loughborough University UK.Her artwork and research is a critical investigation of the potential of digital media to expand the aesthetic possibilities of audiovisual
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  • Cynn
  • Christine
  • Harvard University Graduate School of Design
  • ISEA2013 Christine Cynn & Valentin Manz have collaborated on numerous interactive installations incorporating audience participation, large-scale sculptural environments and multichannel video installations (earthNOWbeing 2011; Bread Head with Campbell Works 2011-present). Christine Cynn has been developing new ways to catalyse and document the human imagination in order to illuminate the conflicts of desire, fear, and hope that shape our lives and our world.  She is co-director and co-pr
  • United Kingdom
  • ,
  • Leclercq
  • Christophe
  • Presenter
  • Universite Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne
  • ISEA2011 Christophe Leclercq, Universite Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, Paris Ecole du Louvre, Paris, France
  • FR
  • ,
  • Dodds
  • Christopher
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Fulham
  • Christopher
  • Artist-Visual
  • ISEA2013 Christopher Fulham, artist, Canberra (Australia)
  • Canberra, Australia
  • ,
  • Michalakos
  • Christos
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Silva
  • Cicero
  • Inacio da
  • Presenter
  • Arts Institute and Brown University
  • ISEA2011 Cicero Inacio da Silva is researcher and professor of new media art and digital communication. Cicero coordinates the Software Studies Group in Brazil. Currently he is on the Faculty of the Arts Institute and Graduate studies in Communication department at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF), Brazil. He was a visiting scholar at Brown University (2005) and a visiting researcher at University of California, San Diego (UCSD) from 2006 to 2010. He is author of the book The Exp
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  • Electrique
  • Circus
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Bar­diot
  • Clarisse
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Clarisse Bar­diot works as a curator and editor with digital artists, choreographers, directors, engineers, computer scientists and technicians. From 2006 to 2010, she joined le manège.mons/CECN and Technocité to conduct two European programs (Interreg) on art, science and technology. These two programs, CECN2 and Transdigital, are between Wallonia, Flanders and France. She coordinated the partners (Le manège.mons, le manège maubeuge, Le Fresnoy, Vooruit, Latitudes Contemporaines, Ar
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  • http://clarissebardiot.info/
  • Eek
  • Cocky
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Sempek
  • Colby
  • Artist-Visual and Artist-Performer
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  • Sice
  • Corrie
  • Van
  • Artist-Visual
  • New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications
  • ISEA2013 Corrie Van Sice, US, is a researcher developing new materials and methods of fabrication. She earned her Masters at New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, the self-proclaimed “center for the recently possible.” As a professional fabricator, Corrie has worked with individual artists and institutions doing hardware engineering, mold-making, sculpture and generative digital modeling. Her research initiative, Designed Morphologies, applies concepts of bio-mimesis,
  • New York, US
  • ,
  • Metcalf
  • Cory
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Magnus
  • Cristyn
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Thomas
  • Crystal
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Brinich-Langlois
  • Cynthia
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • D-Numbers
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Roosegaarde
  • Daan
  • Artist-Performer and Artist-Visual
  • ISEA2011 Artist and architect Daan Roosegaarde (1979) explores the dawn of a new nature that is evolving from technological innovations by creating interactive landscapes that instinctively respond to sound and movement. Roosegaarde’s remarkable works of art function as a documentation of the dynamic relation between architecture, people, and technology. His sculptures, such as Dune and Intimacy, are tactile high-tech environments in which viewer and space become one. This connection, establish
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  • Reinhardt
  • Dagmar
  • Artist-Visual
  • University of Sydney, AU
  • Lecturer
  • ISEA2013 Dagmar Reinhardt is an architect, academic and keen researcher of the emergent and unforeseen. She is the Lecturer of Digital Architecture at The University of Sydney, where she currently leads the Master of Digital Architecture Research, and coordinates Architectural Communications. Reinhardt received a postgraduate degree at Städelschule and holds a PhD by the University of Sydney that engaged the technological and affective potentials of a latent, performative, phenomenal architec
  • Australia
  • ,
  • http://reinhardt-jung.de/
  • Smith
  • Damian
  • Presenter
  • University, Melbourne, Australia
  • School of Design and Social Context
  • ISEA2013 Damian Smith, School of Design and Social Context, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia Full text (PDF) p. 49-52
  • Melbourne, AU
  • ,
  • Garcia
  • Damon
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Bartelemy
  • Daniel
  • Presenter
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  • Buzzo
  • Daniel
  • Presenter
  • University of the West of England
  • ISEA2011 Daniel Buzzo is an Artist, Designer, Researcher and Educator working with new media and creative technologies. His primary interests are in non-narrative moving image, generative media, interaction design, interdisciplinary research and co-creation.  He is associated with the Digital Cultures Research Centre, Bristol UK, and the PLaCE Research Centre at the University of the West of England. He is a director of Centrespace Gallery, Bristol, and a steering member of the People’s Repub
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  • Shaw
  • Daniel
  • Artist-Visual
  • Massey University and Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand
  • ISEA2013 Daniel Shaw holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Massey University. He currently works as a web designer to support his art practice, which is predominantly audiovisual performance. He has collaborated with Hansen on several previous projects, including a previous iteration of this work at Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand.
  • New Zealand
  • ,
  • Kuka
  • Daniela
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Daniela Kuka has been a  re­search fel­low at Berlin Uni­ver­sity of the Arts since 2009. From 2004 to 2007 she was cre­ative mem­ber abd from 2007 to 2009 se­nior re­searcher for in­ter­ac­tive dra­maturgy at Ars Elec­tron­ica Fu­ture­lab Linz (A). She worked in sev­eral r&dpro­jects with in­ter­na­tional com­pa­nies and cul­tural in­sti­tu­tions and was one of the cre­ators of “Deep Space”. Daniela stud­ies Media Cul­ture and Art The­ory at Uni­ver­sity of Ars and In­dus­trial
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  • Roney
  • Danielle
  • Artist-Visual
  • ISEA2011 Danielle Roney is an artist working with hybridization, immersive environments and interactive media architecture in the context of global identity structures. She presented concepts in transnational, networked public spaces at TEDGlobal 2005 in Oxford, England; with subsequent live interactions from Johannesburg, South Africa to Atlanta 2007. Her work has been exhibited internationally including the Beijing Off-Biennale, Convergence 2005; Museum of Contemporary Art, Georgia 2008, 2011
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  • Siembieda
  • Danielle
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Darwin Community Arts
  • ISEA2013 Darwin Community Arts (DCA) is a non-profit, incorporated Association that focuses on community-based arts and cultural development.                        ntcoss.org.au/directory/listing/darwin-community-arts
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  • http://ntcoss.org.au/directory/listing/darwin-community-arts
  • Balcom
  • David
  • Artist-Visual
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Unavailable
  • Bowen
  • David
  • Artist-Visual
  • ISEA2011 David Bowen was born in the United States in 1975 and is a studio artist and educator. His work has been featured in numerous group and solo exhibitions including: Brainwave at Exit Art, New York, NY, The Japan Media Arts Festival at The National Art Center, Tokyo, if/then at Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA, Artbots at Eyebeam, New York, NY and Data + Art at The NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, US. His work has been featured in publications such as: Art in America, Leonardo and S
  • Minnesota, Duluth
  • -92.1251,46.7729
  • Carr
  • David
  • Artist-Visual
  • A talented multi-instrumentalist in his own right, music producer David Carr‘s mission is to make every production hold its own both artistically and sonically against the world’s stage and all within an Australian budget. He brings 25 years of experience and the benefit of having learnt his craft whilst under the guidance of experienced producers and engineers and paid for by the long gone era of 1980s record company excess. It is common for music industry captains to assume David’s mixes are A
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  • Dunn
  • David
  • Artist-Performer and Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Hilton
  • David
  • Edward
  • Presenter
  • University of Plymouth, UK
  • Associate Professor
  • ISEA2011 Dr. David Edward Hilton, Associate Professor and Subject Leader Media Arts at University of Plymouth, UK, film/video maker, artist and collaborator. The Video  is an illustrated conference paper for the International Symposium on Electronic Art to be seen in the absence of the presenter due to illness.
  • GB
  • ,
  • Moss
  • David
  • Artist-Performer
  • Unavailable
  • St-Onge
  • David
  • Presenter
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  • Stout
  • David
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Spensley
  • DC
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • http://dcspensley.com /
  • DCA-Frontline Media
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Ayas
  • Defne
  • Presenter
  • PER­FORMA
  • ISEA2011 Defne Ayas is a cu­ra­tor and pro­ducer. Based mostly in Shang­hai and some­times in New York and Is­tan­bul, Ayas works as a di­rec­tor of pro­grams to Arthub Asia, a multi-dis­ci­pli­nary or­ga­ni­za­tion de­voted to con­tem­po­rary art cre­ation in China and rest of Asia, and as an art his­tory in­struc­tor at New York Uni­ver­sity in Shang­hai. Ayas has also been a cu­ra­tor of PER­FORMA since 2004, the bi­en­nial of vi­sual art per­for­mance of New York City, where she has pre­s
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  • Gro­mala
  • Diane
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Diane Gro­mala is an artist, de­signer, cu­ra­tor, and cul­tural critic. Her work has been at the fore­front of emerg­ing forms of tech­nol­ogy, from the ear­li­est form of mul­ti­me­dia (Hy­per­Card, at Apple Com­puter) to one of the very first in­stances of Vir­tual Re­al­ity art  at the Banff Cen­tre in 1991. Gro­mala’s cur­rent focus  is on phys­i­o­log­i­cal com­put­ing and bio­me­dia.  Gro­mala’s art­work has been per­formed and ex­hib­ited in  North Amer­ica, Eu­rope, the Mid­
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  • Rioja
  • Diego
  • Artist-Visual
  • New York University, USA
  • ISEA2011 Diego Rioja was born in Chile and moved to New York City where he obtained a master’s degree at New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program. He now works as an artist and interaction designer in New York City.
  • New York
  • -73.9808,40.7648
  • Char­i­tos
  • Dim­itris
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • English
  • DJ Erin
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • dLux MediaArts
  • ISEA2013 dLux MediaArts are interested in exploring how technological advancements in the fields of augmented reality, game design, interactive digital media, locative media, robotics and networked environments can be transformed to create new artistic experiments that help change the way we engage with art and communities both on and offline.
  • Australia
  • 134.48956260698,-25.734968491622
  • http://dlux.org.au/
  • Atomic
  • Doc
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Cunin
  • Dominique
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Dominique Cunin was born in 1980, in France, and now lives in Paris. He is a graduate of the Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Art de Nancy and the EESI of Poitiers where he received a Master’s Degree; his art project thematic is the representation and understanding of space through digital technologies of the image. His practice invests computer graphic animations, interactive installations, experimental softwares development, multiuser online environments and art experiments on mobile d
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  • http://dominique.cunin.free.fr/
  • Franklin
  • Donna
  • Artist-Visual
  • Edith Cowan University, Australia
  • Donna Franklin completed her Master of Art at Edith Cowan University, Australia, during this time was awarded an artist residency at SymbioticA: The Art and Science Collaborative Research Laboratory at The University of Western Australia. Donna is currently a sessional lecturer in Cultural History and Theory at the School of Communications and Contemporary Arts at Edith Cowan University. Donna has exhibited the work Fibre Reactive (living fungi dress) in BEAP04 Bio Difference: The Political Ecol
  • AU
  • ,
  • Wodak
  • Josh
  • Artist-Visual
  • Artist
  • ISEA2013 Dr Josh Wodak (AU) is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher whose participatory projects and interactive installations explore ecological sustainability and environmentalism. His work explores relationships between art, science and technology, involving interdisciplinary collaborations with fellow intermedia artists, designers, social scientists, computer scientists, engineers and technologists. These projects have been presented as performances, screenings, installations and exhi
  • Australia
  • ,
  • Tomitsch
  • Martin
  • Artist-Visual and Curator
  • University of Sydney, Australia and Design Lab
  • Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning
  • ISEA2013 Dr Martin Tomitsch is a lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning at the University of Sydney and a researcher in the Design Lab, an interdisciplinary group that spans a range of fields from interaction design and electronic arts to computer science and social science.
  • Australia
  • ,
  • Zimper
  • Martin
  • Presenter
  • Zurich University of the Arts
  • ISEA2013 Dr Martin Zimper (Zurich, Switzerland), a European pioneer of multiplatform storytelling, Social TV, and Transmedia; also an award winning television maker and journalist, and Director of CAST, Zurich University of the Arts
  • Zurich, SZ
  • ,
  • Carr
  • Tom
  • Artist-Visual
  • ISEA2013 Tom Carr, Ph.D. (Spain) is internationally recognised for his formally-rigorous sculptural works and numerous large-scale projects, especially for outdoor public spaces. From monumental steel sculptures in Madrid to light sculptures in the French mountains, the prolific and versatile artist has materialised his creative vision in locations around the globe.
  • Spain
  • ,
  • http:// tomcarrstudio.com/
  • Colless
  • Edward
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Dr. Edward Colless is Head of Critical and Theoretical Studies at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, AU. He has lectured in numerous institutions in art and cultural history, aesthetics, cinema studies, and design with practical teaching in performance. His publications include art criticism, reviewing, fiction and travel. He has also worked at various times as a professional theatre director, as a filmmaker, curator, journalist and architectural assistant. H
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  • Özkan
  • Esra
  • Presenter
  • European Inter-University Association on Society
  • ISEA2011 Dr. Esra Özkan is a cultural anthropologist whose research examines the interaction of science, technology, and society. Her doctoral dissertation examined the use of time management technologies to increase individual and organizational productivity.  Her new research project on data visualization explores how the configuration of training and technologies shapes what information is visualized, how it is visualized and what is left invisible. She is interested in developing visual p
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  • Anderson
  • Lisa
  • Moderator and Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Dr. Lisa An­der­son is and artist with an in­ter­na­tional prac­tice work­ing across media and col­lab­o­rat­ing with oth­ers to cre­ate per­for­ma­tive events and pro­jec­tion and sound works. These in­stal­la­tions have been shown at venues in­clud­ing the St. Tropez Film Fes­ti­val, the Cite In­ter­na­tionale Des Arts in Paris, Wagga Wagga Re­gional Gallery, Artscape in Aus­tralia, SXS in Den­mark and also el­e­ments have been ex­hib­ited in Bei­jing, Am­s­ter­dam and Lon­don. The
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  • http://lisaanderson.com/
  • Haeusler
  • M.
  • Hank
  • Artist-Visual and Curator
  • University of New South Wales, Australia
  • ISEA2013 Dr. M. Hank Haeusler is senior lecturer in the School of Architecture at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. Haeusler is known as a researcher, educator, entrepreneur and designer in media architecture, digital technology, interaction design and ubiquitous computing. He has written four books, several book chapters and conference papers.
  • Australia
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  • Gürisik
  • Selçuk
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Istanbul born Dr. Selçuk Gürisik is fiber artist related to felt works, folklore textile works, and fashion art. On the completion of his Ph.D.’s degree at University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design researching into Anatolian Felt Making, he worked on international art and design projects, which are costume and set designing to performing arts and theater. Also he has been art directing for the film-industry. Currently, he is participating in
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  • Bal­cisoy
  • Selim
  • Presenter
  • Sabanci University
  • ISEA2011 Dr. Selim Bal­cisoy After living in US and Switzerland over 14 years Dr. Balcisoy joined Sabanci University, Istanbul as Faculty in 2004 and founded one of the first visual business analysis companies VisioThink in 2006. His main interest is interactive technologies for visual storytelling and decision-making.
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  • Marynorsky
  • Wade
  • Artist-Visual
  • Dr. Wade Marynorsky is an artist, academic and researcher working across robotics, immersive and interactive performance and installation. His main body of research explores the notion of robotic performance agency by challenging notions of classical spectatorship and performance. His practice is characterised by large-scale robotic, sound, light and interactive works that combine humour, camp and a host of unnerving thematics to absorbing affect. Exhibiting nationally and internationally since
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  • http:// marynowsky.net/
  • Browning
  • Drew
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • McKinnon
  • Dugal
  • Artist-Visual
  • Lilburn Electroacoustic Music Studios
  • ISEA2011 Dugal McKinnon is a composer of electronic, instrumental and multimedia work, a sound artist and a writer on contemporary music. He is the director of the Lilburn Electroacoustic Music Studios at the New Zealand School of Music (Wellington, NZ). Together Dugal and Sophie direct Now Future, an organisation founded in 2009 to foster interdisciplinary research and production at the intersection of art and ecology.
  • Wellington, New Zealand
  • 174.77722,-41.28889
  • Kukovec
  • Dunja
  • Presenter
  • Sarajevo Center for Contemporary Art
  • ISEA2011 Dunja Kukovec, Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Sarajevo Center for Contemporary Art, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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  • Biddiss
  • Elaine
  • Presenter
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  • HO
  • Elaine
  • W.
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Elaine W. HO, (Bei­jing) works be­tween the realms of time-based art, urban prac­tice and de­sign, using mul­ti­ple vo­cab­u­lar­ies to ask ques­tions about how users and ob­jects in­ter­twine with the mi­crop­ol­i­tics of every­day life. Often work­ing col­lab­o­ra­tively, her videos, in­stal­la­tions and other in­ter­ven­tions focus on al­ter-pos­si­bil­i­ties of an in­ti­mate, net­worked pro­duc­tion. One of her cur­rent en­deav­ours is Home­Shop, a store­front space turned home b
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  • Baca
  • Elena
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Romero
  • Elias
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Babcock
  • Ellen
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Ue­mura
  • Emi
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Emi Ue­mura has been work­ing on the pro­jects and fes­tive spaces where peo­ple share (or do not share) ex­pe­ri­ences, knowl­edge and food. Often these pro­jects ad­dress so­cial and po­lit­i­cal is­sues sur­round­ing food pro­duc­tion and con­sump­tion. Cur­rently she is work­ing on farm­ing and is in­ter­ested in how it shapes time and ap­pli­ca­tion of works. She stud­ied An­thro­pol­ogy in Saint Mary’s Uni­ver­sity, Canada, and has cur­rently set­tled in Bei­jing since 20
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  • Hrvatin
  • Emil
  • Artist-Visual and Artist-Performer
  • Artistic Director, Editor, and Performance Artist
  • ISEA2011 Janez Janša (born 6 February 1964 as Emil Hrvatin) is one of the three contemporary artists who in 2007 changed their names to Janez Janša. He is an editor, theatre and film director, and contemporary performing artist.
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  • Gatsov
  • Emilian
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Emilian Gatsov was born in Bulgaria in 1975. He studied philosophy, multimedia and communications in Sofia. Since 9 years his main output is composing music soundtracks for theatre and dance performances in Bulgaria and on international level, from Shakespeare to abstract dance form, short films, radioplays and commercials. He’s been 4 times nominee for major Bulgarian theatre music awards, Ikar and Askeer, having worked with acclaimed new generation theatre directors like Galin Stoe
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  • Vosburgh
  • Emily
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Shearman
  • Emma
  • Artist-Visual
  • Urban Screen Productions
  • Manager
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  • Bada
  • Emoke
  • Majohunbo
  • Presenter
  • Hungarian University of Fine Arts
  • ISEA2011 Emoke Majohunbo Bada (HU/NGR) is a student at the Intermedia Faculty of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, in Budapest. She has worked in various media, both digital and analogue, experimenting with the boundaries between different modes of expression. The common factor in her works is the importance of the idea, the concept behind a piece of art. She is fascinated with the world of stop motion animation.
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  • http://emoke.org/
  • Görgül
  • Ercüment
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Ercüment Görgül, while pursuing studies at the MIT Media Lab, held positions as research associate and teaching assistant at Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD) and Istanbul Technical University (ITU). Ercü was the director of 2009 Summer Program in Architecture at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) and held numerous teaching appointments at HKU’s Shanghai campus, and London-based  Architectural  Association’s (AA) Global Schools in China. He is a member of OCEAN
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  • Cook
  • Eric
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Peters
  • Eric
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Mortenson
  • Erik
  • Presenter
  • Koc University in Istanbul
  • ISEA2011 Erik Mortenson is an Assistant Professor at Koc University in Istanbul who specializes in American literature and culture.  His first book, Capturing the Beat Moment: Cultural Politics and the Poetics of Presence (from Southern Illinois UP), examines the moment as one of the primary motifs of Beat Generation writing.  Placing an expanded Beat canon in an early postmodern context, Mortenson highlights the Beat contributions to American poetics and outlines the effects of gender and ra
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  • Spoerke
  • Erik
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Ashenhurst
  • Erin
  • Presenter
  • Simon Fraser University, Canada and Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada
  • ISEA2011 Erin Ashenhurst, MA, Simon Fraser University, Canada; Faculty, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada
  • CA
  • ,
  • Hudson
  • Erin
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Mankins
  • Erin
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Robinson
  • Eso
  • Artist-Visual
  • Unavailable
  • Bailey
  • Esther
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2013 Esther Bailey represents the CITY OF SYDNEY
  • Sydney, AU
  • ,
  • Hansen
  • Eugene
  • Artist-Visual
  • Canterbury University
  • Eugene Hansen has been practicing and exhibiting professionally for over twenty years. He trained as a sculptor in the late eighties and early nineties at Canterbury University, Christchurch, NZ, and gained an MFA through RMIT, Melbourne. His multimedia, often collaborative installations frequently include audio and video performances, and his use of audio and video is as much about the physical properties of the materials as their metaphoric, symbolic or narrative potential. Gillam and Hansen
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  • Cheng
  • Eva
  • Presenter
  • University in Melbourne
  • Research Officer
  • ISEA2011 Eva Cheng is a Research Officer in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at RMIT University in Melbourne., AU. Her primary research interest areas are in digital speech and audio signal processing: quality of multimedia experience, 3D audio recording and reproduction, microphone array design and processing, spatial audio/speech coding, room acoustics modelling, psychoacoustics (especially in relation to spatial perception), and (real-time) audio synthesis techniques. In c
  • AU
  • ,
  • Apodaca
  • Evan
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Carr
  • Evan
  • Artist-Visual
  •   Evan Carr’s involvement with the world of radio broadcasting came about due to his passion for music, and because people often said he’d be good at it. Turns out he was rather good at it and after 10 years of broadcasting on Melbourne community radio 3PBS FM, has produced close to 400 shows. His current program The Art of BLEEP! has been broadcasting since 2008 at midnight every Sunday and features a wide variety of local and international sounds in the electronic and electro-acousti
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  • Erkin
  • Evrim
  • Bilge
  • Presenter
  • Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
  • ISEA2011 Evrim Bilge Erkin, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
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  • Clayton
  • Ewan
  • Presenter
  • University of Sunderland, International Research Centre for Calligraphy, and Xerox PARC
  • ISEA2011 Ewan Clayton is Professor in Design at the University of Sunderland where he assists with the direction of The International Research Centre for Calligraphy. In 2009 he initiated the University’s new Foundation Degree in Calligraphy with Design, which runs from studios in Kensington Palace, London. Ewan grew up near Ditchling Sussex, home to the calligrapher Edward Johnston. He, and three generations of his family, worked as craftsmen in a Guild on Ditchling Common founded by t
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  • Paolizzo
  • Fabio
  • Presenter
  • University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy and University of Kent, UK
  • Musicologist
  • ISEA2011 Fabio Paolizzo Composer, Musicologist, Software Developer. In the last eight years he has focused on interactivity in the arts with special attention to music, interactive computer systems and cognition. He previously studied and taught at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy; he is currently PhD at the University of Kent, UK. He retains 15 years of music-making and concert experience across Europe and 10 years of sound designing and art curatorial practice. He has experience in
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  • Devoto
  • Fabrizio
  • Artist-Visual
  • BAU Architecture studio
  • Architect and Artist
  • ISEA2013 Fabrizio Devoto is an architect, artist, and musician. He is Director of BAU Architecture studio, an active and promising construction company, and fills his time with crazy artsy projects. Born and based in Montevideo, Uruguay
  • Montevideo, Uruguay, Eastern Republic of
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  • Jun
  • Fei
  • Presenter
  • Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing
  • Media Lab
  • Artist and Associate Professor
  • Fei Jun (Beijing, China), an artist, and also an Associate Professor at Media Lab, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing.
  • Beijing, CN
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  • Fenner
  • Felicity
  • Artist-Visual
  • National Institute for Experimental Arts (NIEA)
  • ISEA2013 Felicity Fenner, Galleries Director and Chief Curator, National Institute for Experimental Arts (NIEA), Australia   niea.unsw.edu.au
  • Australia
  • ,
  • Krüger
  • Felix
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Felix Krüger studied physics at the Technische Universität Dresden, Germany. He is currently working at his Phd at the Institute for Nuclear and Particle Physics of the TU Dresden. Besides his interest in physics he is also a musician playing in various Jazz- Rock- Electro- and Pop-bands since 2000. In his musical works he tries to combine physical and electronic instruments which results in self-made hybrid instruments constructed by digital, analog and physical parts. Some of his i
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  • Pfeifer
  • Felix
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Felix Pfeifer studied computer science and musicology in Potsdam and Berlin, Germany. He is currently preparing for the degree. He played piano in various jazz ensembles in Berlin and also composed electronic music for theater plays and electronic art performances. During his studies he taught two seminars at Humboldt University at the chair of media theory mostly about the real time musical programming language puredata. His interest in interfaces is a result of the work with
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  • Samsel
  • Francesca
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Vanegas
  • Gabriel
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Gabriel Vanegas is a media artist and researcher, with a master in media art at the school KHM in Cologne-Germany. In his research work, he has founded, curated and directed “El Niuton magazine”, one of the first publication about media art in Latin America with more than 350 media artists around the world; he has also curated and published a book called, “Hybrid Beans”, Art as a manifesto of hybridization. In his artistic work experiments with spatiality, virtuality and poetic, exhi
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  • http://botaniq.org/
  • Gramelsberger
  • Gabriele
  • Curator
  • Academy of Media Arts Cologne (KHM)
  • Cologne, Germany
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  • Dunlop
  • Gair
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Davis
  • Galvin
  • Scott
  • Presenter
  • Protein boutique digital agency
  • ISEA2013 Galvin Scott Davis (Sydney, Australia), the creator of the #1 Top Lifestyle App, #1 Business App and #1 Kids Games on iPhone in Australia, and Founder and Director of Protein boutique digital agency.
  • Sydney, AU
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  • Beuth
  • Garlos
  • Artist-Visual
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  • Bradbury
  • Garry
  • Artist-Visual
  • ISEA2013 Garry Bradbury has been an exploratory electronic musician/sound manipulator since 1979. His practice revolves around the exploitation of found sounds and application of programmable or automated methods to evoke a previously unimagined, convulsively beautiful musicality, both precariously delicate and nightmarishly brutal. This has usually entailed mucking about in a room with boxes, wires, pieces of tape, etc. This compulsion to collage is also evident in his visual works (video an
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  • Knight
  • Garth
  • Artist-Visual
  •   ISEA2013 Garth Knight works with and photographs rope and bodies as sculptural forms, creating allegorical installations that combine Zen concepts and pagan mythology with the traditions of kinbaku bondage. His tableaux of intricate, decorative networks connect ideas of strength and pleasure with those of surrender and abandonment. His installations and performance focus on the ritual of making, becoming an act of meditation and a process leading to illumination. His works have be
  • Sydney, Australia
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  • http://garthknight.com/
  • Baily
  • Gavin
  • Artist-Visual
  • TraceMedia, Oxford University, UK, and UCL
  • ISEA2011 Gavin Baily is an artist and developer, and founder of TraceMedia. He has worked on arts, visualisation and research projects in various commercial and academic contexts. He studied Fine Art at Oxford University and Computer Science at UCL.
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  • Lillemon
  • Geoffrey
  • Artist-Visual
  • Champagne Valentine
  • ISEA2011 Anita Fontaine & Geoffrey Lillemon a.k.a. Champagne Valentine have changed the art and advertising cosmos with their provocative and decadent creations. A fantastical entity, they shapeshift between commercial, fashion and luxurious realms while remaining attuned to ethical and contemporary art trends. Visionaries Geoffrey Lillemon and Anita Fontaine lead an agency of roguish superstars whose MO is to embed engaging layers of beauty inside reality. At the forefront of emerging inte
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands the
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  • Hajdu
  • Georg
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Georg Hajdu was born in Göttin­gen, Ger­many in 1960. He is among the first com­posers of his gen­er­a­tion ded­i­cated to the com­bi­na­tion of music, sci­ence and com­puter tech­nol­ogy. After stud­ies in Cologne and at the Cen­ter for New Music and Audio Tech­nolo­gies (CNMAT), he re­ceived his PhD from UC Berke­ley. In 1996, fol­low­ing res­i­den­cies at IRCAM and the ZKM, Karl­sruhe, he co-founded the en­sem­ble Wire­Works with his wife Jen­nifer Hymer, a group spe­cial­iz­ing i
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  • Trogemann
  • Georg
  • Curator
  • Academy of Media Arts Cologne (KHM)
  • Cologne, Germany
  • 6.95778,50.94222
  • Werner
  • Georg
  • Presenter
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  • Khut
  • George
  • Poonkhin
  • Artist-Visual and Presenter
  • University of Western Sydney
  • Creative Arts
  • Artist and design-researcher
  •   George Poonkhin Khut is an Australian artist and design-researcher working across the fields of electronic art, design and health. He holds a Doctorate of Creative Arts from the University of Western Sydney for his research into biofeedback-based interactive artworks. He has exhibited his work across Australia, the UK and Asia. Recent projects include Distillery: Waveforming at Queensland Art Gallery’s Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), for which he was awarded the National New Media Art
  • AU
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  • http://georgekhut.com/
  • Papakonstantinou
  • Giorgos
  • Presenter
  • National Technical University of Athens (N.T.U.A.) and Ηeriot-Watt University
  • Architect
  • ISEA2011 Giorgos Papakonstantinou (GR) Architect, director of documentary films and multimedia projects. Born in Athens in 1953. Diploma in architecture, National Technical University of Athens (N.T.U.A.), 1976. Post-graduate diploma in Architectural Conservation, Ηeriot-Watt University, Edinburg, UK, 1978. Worked as an architect in architectural and planning projects, 1973-1983. Diploma in Video and Animation Film, National Superior School of Decorative Arts (ENSAD), Paris, France, 1986. D.E
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  • Harding
  • Glenn
  • Artist-Visual
  • Urban Screen Productions
  • Co-Director
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