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  • Artist-Exhibiting
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  • A.
  • Andreas
  • Artist-Performing
  • 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
  • 4.3175,52.08417
  • Aaron
  • Oldenburg
  • Artist-Exhibiting and Presenter
  • University of Baltimore
  • Game Designer
  • ISEA2020 Aaron Oldenburg is a Baltimore (USA)-based game, interactive and video artist. His work has exhibited in festivals and galleries in New York, Johannesburg, London, Buenos Aires, São Paulo and Los Angeles, including SIGGRAPH, A MAZE. International Games and Playful Media Festival, the LeftField Collection at EGX Rezzed, Slamdance DIG, Game On! – El arte en el juego, and FILE Electronic Language International Festival. His games have been written about in Kill Screen, Baltimore City Pa
  • Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America
  • -76.6108,39.2909
  • http://home.ubalt.edu/aoldenburg
  • Aaron
  • Seymour
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • 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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  • Aaron
  • Swartz
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Demand Progress
  • Founder
  • ISEA2020 Aaron Swartz is a frequent television commentator and the author of numerous articles on a variety of topics, especially the corrupting influence of big money on institutions including nonprofits, the media, politics, and public opinion. From 2010-11, he researched these topics as a Fellow at the Harvard Ethics Center Lab on Institutional Corruption. He also served on the board of Change Congress, a good government nonprofit. He is the founder of Demand Progress, which launched the cam
  • United States of America
  • -97.922211212118,39.381266130568
  • http://www.aaronsw.com/
  • Abbey
  • Hepner
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Abel
  • Enklaar
  • Presenter
  • Institute for Performative Arts
  • Master in Theatre
  • Interdisciplinary Creator and Director
  • ISEA 2019 Abel Enklaar (NL) is an in-disciplinary creator and director who works on the crossover between new media, technology, art and society. Currently student of the ‘Master in Theatre’ program at the institute for performative arts in Maastricht, The Netherlands where he is part of the research group ‘technology driven art’. In his current research practice, he is focused on new creative strategies for a post-Anthropocene. Taking into account forces of nature and technology as agents
  • Unavailable
  • Abel
  • Korinsky
  • Artist-Performing and Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2015 For the last several years Abel, Carlo & Max Korinsky have been collaborating artistically.  Korinsky has created works in Australia, Austria, Germany, Italy, and the United Arab Emirates, and has been sponsored by Federal Department of Commerce and Technology as well as the European Union in 2012. Korinsky was awarded the Young European Artist Trieste Contemporanea Award in 2013 and the Mercedes-Benz Kunst Award in 2014. ISEA2014 Berlin, Germany, based artist collective. A
  • Unavailable
  • http://korinsky.com/
  • Abhijit
  • Roy
  • Workshop-Tutorial Coordinator
  • _Professor
  • ISEA2014 Abhijit Roy, Ph.D., Professor of Television Studies, Media Theory and Popular Culture at  Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India
  • Unavailable
  • Abhishek
  • Narula
  • Presenter and Workshop-Tutorial Coordinator
  • University of Colorado
  • ISEA2015 Abhishek Narula, PhD Student, Unversity of Colorado, Boulder,  Colorado, USA. An avid DIYer/Maker, Abhishek’s interest lies in critically examining advancements in human computer interaction through the development of novel methods of computing. By designing expressive and engaging systems, he hopes to bring important social and political issues in the forefront of the public discourse.
  • Boulder, Colorado, United States of America
  • -105.2705,40.015
  • Abigail
  • Moncrieff
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  •   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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  • Abigail
  • Susik
  • Presenter
  • Willamette University
  • Art History
  • Assistant Professor
  • ISEA2015 Abigail Susik is an Assistant Professor of Art History at Willamette University, Oregon, USA. Her research focuses on cultural histories of the European avant-gardes, as well as issues of aesthetics and ethics in contemporary and new media art. She is an Associate Editor of MediaN, Journal of the New Media Caucus. Current book projects include the co-edited volume with Elliott H. King, Radical Dreams: Surrealism and Counterculture, as well as the monograph, Dream Kitsch: Aragon, Benj
  • United States of America
  • -97.922211212118,39.381266130568
  • Abou
  • Leo
  • Caraballo-Farman
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2011 Abou Leo Caraballo-Farman independent artist duo made up of Leonor Caraballo and Abou Farman.
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  • Abraham
  • Avnisan
  • Artist-Exhibiting and Presenter
  • Brooklyn College and School of the Art Institute of Chicago
  • Poetry and Art and Technology Studies
  • ISEA2015 Abraham Avnisan is an experimental writer and new media artist whose work is situated at the intersection of image, text, and code. He has presented his work at the 2015 &NOW Conference of Innovative Writing, the 2014 Electronic Literature Organization Conference, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s Word Weekend event, and in the group exhibition MEDIA FUTURES at Sullivan Galleries. His work has been published in Stonecutter, The Poetry Project Newsletter, and Drunken Boat,
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  • Achint
  • Thomas
  • Collaborators & Contributors
  • Unavailable
  • Adam
  • Castle
  • Artist-Performing and Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2015 Adam Castle employs deadpan absurdity to explore our bodily relationship to digital images and objects. He weaves digital debris into sprawling and often ridiculous time-based works. Based in Edinburgh he has exhibited and performed in London and internationally, recently at Threewalls Contemporary Art, Chicago and upcoming at Meridian Club, Beijing. He runs Pollyanna, a performance art drag cabaret night in Edinburgh, where he becomes the drag hostess, Pollyfilla.
  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • -3.19889,55.95
  • Adam
  • Donovan
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2014 Adam Donovan (AU) is a hybrid media artist working in the area of science, art and technology. My artwork incorporates Nonlinear Acoustics, robotic sculpture, Game Engine Environments and camera tracking. My work is often inspired by my personal attachment to machines and the intangible aspects of physics we experience every day. I explore these phenomena amplifying their effects to create new mediums and experiences.
  • Unavailable
  • http://adamdonovan.net/
  • Adam
  • Manley
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Adam
  • Parkinson
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Adam
  • Polaczek
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Adam
  • Tobias
  • Schrag
  • 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
  • ,
  • http:// adamschrag.net/
  • Adam
  • Trowbridge
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Adilson
  • A. J.
  • de Oliveira
  • 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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  • ADMAF
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2014 ADMAF, Abu Dhabi Music & Arts Foundation, UAE.
  • Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • 54.3706,24.4748
  • http://admaf.org/
  • Adrian
  • Pijoan
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • University of Wisconsin and University of New Mexico
  • Plant Biology and Art & Ecology
  • ISEA2015 Adrian Pijoan makes art that examines issues in the Southwest [USA] through the lens of the paranormal and ufology. He received his BA in plant biology from the University of Wisconsin in 2011 and is pursuing his MFA in art & ecology at the University of New Mexico, USA.
  • Unavailable
  • Adriana
  • Guzman
  • Filmmaker/Video Artist/Animator and Presenter
  • Universidad del Valle
  • ISEA2014 Adriana Guzman, Universidad Del Valle, CO
  • Cali, Colombia
  • -76.51972,3.44
  • Adriana
  • Knouf
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Northeastern University, USA
  • Art & Design
  • Assistant Professor
  • ISEA2020 Adriana Knouf (she/her/hers, sie/hir/hirs) works as a xenologist, as an artist-scientist-writer-designer-engineer. She engages with topics such as space art, satellites, radio transmission, non-human encounters, drone flight, queer and trans futurities, machine learning, the voice, and papermaking. She is the Founding Facilitator of the tranxxeno lab (https://tranxxenolab.net), a nomadic artistic research laboratory that promotes entanglements amongst entities trans and xeno. Adriana i
  • Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
  • -71.0596,42.3605
  • Adrien M & Claire B
  • Artist-Performing and Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2015 Directors and Digital performance: Adrien Mondot & Claire Bardainne.  The company Adrien M / Claire B places its work in the field of digital arts since 2004. Its creations are performances and exhibitions, that associate reality and virtuality. Its specificity is the custom-made development of its computing tools. Among the artistic and technological stakes the attention is focused on the human being and its body, by using contemporary tools in the service of a timeless poetry,
  • Unavailable
  • https://www.am-cb.net/
  • Afroditi
  • Psarra
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • University of Washington
  • Digital Arts and Experimental Media
  • Assistant Professor
  • ISEA2020 Afroditi Psarra is a cross-disciplinary artist and an Assistant Professor of Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) at the University of Washington in Seattle, USA. Her artistic interest focuses on the use of the body as an interface of control, and the revitalization of tradition as a methodology of hacking existing norms about technical objects. She uses cyber crafts and other gendered practices as speculative strings, and open-source technologies as educational models of diffu
  • Seattle, Washington, United States of America
  • -122.3301,47.6038
  • http://afroditipsarra.com/
  • Agoston
  • Nagy
  • Presenter and Workshop-Tutorial Coordinator
  • ISEA2015 Agoston Nagy, Binaura, HU
  • Unavailable
  • http://binaura.net/
  • Agung
  • Gunawan
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • 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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  • Ahmed
  • Aber
  • Presenter
  • Royal Free Hospital
  • ISEA2011 Ahmed Aber, Royal Free Hospital, London, UK
  • GB
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  • Ahmed
  • Bawa
  • Presenter
  • Universities South Africa, Hunter College, City University of New York, University of Natal, and University of KwaZulu-Natal
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • ISEA 2018 Professor Ahmed Bawa is currently the Chief Executive Officer – ‎Universities South Africa. Until August 2010 he was a faculty member of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Hunter College and a member of the doctoral faculty at the Graduate Center, City University of New York.  He has previously, for about nine years, held the position of Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Natal and then at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. He has served as the Program Officer for H
  • South Africa
  • 23.913710676207,-28.378272190697
  • Ahmed
  • El Shaer
  • Presenter and Workshop-Tutorial Coordinator
  • Helwan University
  • ISEA2014 Ahmed El Shaer (b. 1981, 2002 B.F.A., Faculty of Art and Education, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt) is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice spans the mediums of installation, photography, sound and video, with a particular interest in digital technologies. His videos combine Machinima, stock footage, 3D animation and experimental soundscapes.
  • Unavailable
  • http://ahmedelshaer.com/
  • Ahmed
  • Elgammal
  • Presenter
  • Rutgers University, US
  • Computer Programming
  • ISEA2015 Ahmed Elgammal, Department of Computer Programming, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, US
  • United States of America
  • -97.922211212118,39.381266130568
  • Ahmed
  • Mater
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Ahmed Mater, Artist/Co-Founder “Edge of Arabia”,SA
  • Unavailable
  • Aila
  • Regina da
  • Silva
  • Presenter
  • University of São Paulo
  • Aesthetics and Art History
  • ISEA2015 Aila Regina da Silva, Dancer and CAPES scholar in the Postgraduate Program in Aesthetics and Art History at University of Sao Paulo, BR
  • Brazil
  • -51.619789020549,-9.5889030171226
  • Aina
  • Braxton
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Aisha
  • Bilkhair
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Aisha Bilkhair (National Center for Documentation & Research/NCDR), Abu Dhabi, AE
  • United Arab Emirates
  • 54.256172371359,23.852059982388
  • Ajeya
  • Krishnamurthy
  • Collaborators & Contributors
  • Unavailable
  • Akademie voor Industriële Vormgeving Eindhoven
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Design Academy Eindhoven
  • Eindhoven, Netherlands the
  • 5.48417,51.43444
  • Akiko
  • Hatakeyama
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Akira
  • Segawa
  • Presenter
  • Institute of Advanced Media Arts
  • Japan
  • 138.5922295495,36.386492821853
  • Akshay
  • Cadambi
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Musician, Engineer, and Computer Programmer
  • ISEA2020 Akshay Cadambi is an engineer, computer programmer, and musician. He holds M.S in Media, Arts and Technology from University of California, Santa Barbara, USA. Originally from Bangalore, India, he is interested in harvesting and transforming the rhythms and textures found in domestic and mundane sounds, and soundscapes. His work encompasses the use of modular synthesizers, computer music, field recording, custom electronics, and custom software. He is currently working as an engineer i
  • Santa Barbara, California, United States of America
  • -119.697,34.4098
  • https://akshaycadambi.com/
  • Al
  • Fadhil
  • Artist-Performing
  • Unavailable
  • Al Kharareef Storytelling Club
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Zayed University
  • ISEA2014 Al Kharareef Storytelling Club, Zayed University, UAE.
  • United Arab Emirates
  • 54.256172371359,23.852059982388
  • Alan
  • Bogana
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2014 Alan Bogana was born in 1979 in Switzerland. He’s a multidisciplinary artist based in Geneva, Switzerland. His art practice involves sculpture, computer graphics, electronics, time-based media and holography, and his works are usually presented in the form of installations.
  • Unavailable
  • http://alanbogana.com/
  • Alan
  • Post
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Alan
  • Summers
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Alan Summers (University of Chester, Chester) – Location as an Experiential Palimpsest
  • Unavailable
  • Alana
  • Avery
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Alanood
  • Saeed
  • Al Mehairi
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Alanood Saeed Al Mehairi, Zayed University, AE
  • Unavailable
  • Alba
  • Triana
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2017 Alba Triana, Colombia
  • Colombia
  • -73.129056,3.065088
  • http://albatriana.com/
  • Albertine
  • Meunier
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Artist
  • ISEA2020 Albertine Meunier has been practicing so-called digital art since 1998, and is particularly inclined to use the Internet as raw material. She defines herself as a Net artist, which is not necessarily her artistic net value. This mildly obsolete expression—a Net artist is, quite simply, an artist of her time—helps to give her a human face, far from the coldness of digital machines. Her works question, both critically and playfully, big online players such as Google, Twitter and Faceboo
  • Vitry-sur-Seine, Île-de-France, France, French Republic
  • 2.39278,48.7875
  • https://albertinemeunier.net/
  • Ale de La
  • Puente
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2017 Ale de La Puente & Nahum Romero, Mexico
  • Mexico
  • -102.53286744813,23.950464231091
  • Alejandro
  • Brianza
  • Artist-Performing
  • Universidad Nacional de Lanús, University of Salvador, and National University of Lanús
  • ISEA2017 Alejandro Brianza (Buenos Aires, 1989), Assistant Professor, Universidad Nacional de Lanús, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Composer, researcher and teacher. Has a Bachelor in Audiovisual Arts and is currently pursuing master’s degrees in Methodology of Scientific Research. Is sound technician, student of Composition and Recorder in the Music Conservatory Julián Aguirre. He teaches at the University of Salvador and the National University of Lanús, where is also part of researchs related to
  • Argentina
  • -63.954193,-36.252002
  • http://alejandrobrianza.wordpress.com/
  • Alejandro
  • Jimenez
  • Londoño
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2017 Alejandro Jimenez Londoño & Liliana Maria Vergara Zambrano, Colombia
  • Colombia
  • -73.129056,3.065088
  • Alejandro
  • Rodriguez
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2019 Alejandro Rodriguez is an architect and designer. Independent researcher, Hong Kong. With a vast experience in virtual reality, software production, and rapid fabrication, Alejandro also has an unparalleled trajectory planning and directing massive live shows involving cutting-edge technology, including spatial augmented reality, control, and robotics.
  • Hong Kong
  • 114.15861,22.27833
  • Alejandro
  • Rolandi
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • 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
  • -63.954193,-36.252002
  • Alejandro
  • Valencia
  • Tobón
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2017 Alejandro Valencia Tobón, Colombia
  • Colombia
  • -73.129056,3.065088
  • Aleksandar
  • Zivanovic
  • Presenter
  • Middlesex University, UK
  • ISEA2011 Dr. Aleksandar Zivanovic, Middlesex University, UK
  • GB
  • ,
  • Aleksandra
  • Kaminska
  • Presenter
  • Simon Fraser University
  • ISEA2015 Aleksandra Kaminska is a Mitacs Elevate Postdoctoral Fellow at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada, and a Research Associate at Sensorium: Centre for Digital Arts and Technology Research at York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Her first book, Polish Media Art in an Expanded Field, is forthcoming from Intellect. She is also the managing  Editor of PUBLIC.
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • -123.1139,49.2609
  • http://aleksandrakaminska.com/
  • Alenda
  • Chang
  • Presenter
  • University of California
  • Assistant Professor
  • ISEA2019 Alenda Chang (PhD UC Berkeley) is Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA. Her writing has been featured in Ant Spider Bee, Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, Qui Parle, the Journal of Gaming & Virtual Worlds, and Ecozon@, and her first book Playing Nature: Ecology in Video Games (forthcoming Fall 2019, University of Minnesota Press), develops ecological frameworks for understanding and designing digi
  • Santa Barbara, California, United States of America
  • -119.697,34.4098
  • Alessandra
  • Leone
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2014 Alessandra Leone, born 1983 in Milan, Italy. Motion design, editing, live visuals and direction.
  • Unavailable
  • http://alessandraleone.comp/
  • Alessandro
  • Segalini
  • 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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  • Alex
  • (Yaxu)
  • McLean
  • Artist-Performing
  • ICSRiM (the Interdisciplinary Centre for Scientific Research in Music)
  • ISEA2015 Alex McLean a.k.a. Yaxu is a research fellow and deputy director of ICSRiM (the Interdisciplinary Centre for Scientific Research in Music) in Leeds. He makes broken techno using his live coding system Tidal. He cofounded the TOPLAP live coding and Algorave movements, and has performed widely since the year 2000 in many collaborations including Slub and Canute, and at many festivals including Sonar, Club Transmediale, Sonic Acts, Earzoom, NODE, Ars Electronica, Dissonanze, Lovebytes a
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  • http://yaxu.org/
  • Alex
  • Augier
  • Artist-Performing
  • ISEA2017 Alex Augier, France
  • France, French Republic
  • 1.69833,50.56056
  • http://alexaugier.com/
  • Alex
  • Barchiesi
  • Presenter
  • Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
  • ISEA2015 Shih-Yuan Wang, Yu-Ting Sheng, Alex Barchiesi & Jeffrey Huang, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Switzerland, Swiss Confederation
  • 8.2343919138785,46.80249558295
  • Alex
  • Cruse
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Alex
  • Cuffe
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • 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.
  • Japan
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  • Alex
  • Derwick
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Alex Garcia
  • Topete
  • Presenter
  • University of Texas at Dallas
  • ISEA 2018 Alex García Topete, University of Texas, Dallas, USA
  • Unavailable
  • Alex
  • Hass
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2019 Alex Hass is a multi-disciplinary artist, designer and instructor. Her creative practice is based on exploring the tensions and overlaps that exist between nature and technology visually amplifying the moments when this hybrid practice creates fresh insights and experiences for the viewer. Her design practice encompasses art direction, brand and book design as well as image creation. Alex studied illustration and art direction at the Alberta College of Art and Design, Canada,received
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  • Alex
  • Munt
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2015 Kubrick or Korine™ is the collaborative practice of Alex Munt and Justin Harvey who work with moving image forms to explore disjunctions within the global image economy. Past projects have been created for: Vivid Sydney, South By Southwest Film Festival, Sydney Film Festival with The Museum of Contemporary Art and Cine/B Festival. Kubrick or Korine™ are based in Sydney, Australia.
  • Sydney, Australia
  • 151.21,-33.868
  • Alex
  • Saunier
  • Workshop-Tutorial Coordinator
  • Concordia University
  • PhD candidate and Artist
  • ISEA2020 Alex is a Montreal-based artist and doctoral researcher that creates multi-sensory light experiences and performances. Working at the frontier between perceptible and imperceptible, tangible and intangible, material and immaterial, Saunier explores the relations between human perception and digital processes. He hybridizes sound synthesis, artificial life algorithms and lighting hardware in a pursuit of ever more embodied and sensual experiences. Saunier earned an undergraduate degree
  • Montréal, Québec, Canada
  • -73.554,45.5088
  • http://www.alexandresaunier.com/
  • Alex
  • Yabsley
  • 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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  • Alexander
  • Berman
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2015 Alexander Berman, Los Angeles, US
  • Los Angeles, California, Canada
  • -118.172,34.0239
  • Alexander
  • Holland
  • Presenter
  • University of Melbourne, Australia
  • ISEA 2018 Alexander Holland, Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne, Australia, works with kites, games, prison playgrounds and trees. He investigates the digital and physical characteristics of contemporary environments and the design opportunities arising at their intersection. Holland’s current research looks at how techniques of computing can make contemporary design more participative.
  • Unavailable
  • Alexander
  • Jung
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • 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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  • Alexander
  • Peterhaensel
  • Presenter
  • University of the Arts Berlin, Germany
  • Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Artist, Com­poser, and Performer
  • ISEA 2018 Alexander Peterhaensel is an interdisciplinary audiovisual media artist, composer, performer and researcher. His work focusses on Computer-mediated Realities, Immersive Architectures, Visual Music as well as Systems Engineering as an artistic field. He has performed, exhibited and lectured at various international festivals and conferences and has released several records, among others at Ars Electronica, CCCB Barcelona, Centrum Beeldende Kunst Dordrecht, c/o POP, Fundacion Ludwig
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  • Alexander
  • Peverett
  • Bimm Institute
  • Immersive Environments
  • Brighton, United Kingdom
  • -0.13389,50.82417
  • Alexander
  • Thumm
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Alexandra
  • Kitson
  • Presenter
  • Simon Fraser University
  • ISEA2015 Alexandra Kitson became a research intern at Simon Fraser University in January 2013 and started her Masters in Fall 2014. She has a BSc from the University of British Columbia in Cognitive Systems, a multidisciplinary program that combines psychology, computer science, philosophy, and linguistics. Her research interests involve using an interdisciplinary approach to understand human perception and behaviour. In particular, employing technology as a medium to explore the human psyc
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • -123.1139,49.2609
  • Alexandra
  • Ross
  • Presenter
  • University of Glasgow and University of Cape Town, South Africa
  • Contemporary Arts
  • Lecturer
  • Alexandra Ross is Lecturer in Contemporary Art and Curating at the University of Glasgow, UK, also co-convener of the M.Litt in Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) at The Glasgow School of Art. She has taught and supervised at undergraduate and postgraduate level at universities throughout the UK and has recently been accepted on the advisory faculty of the Transart Institute, New York. From 2015 to 2017 she was Postdoctoral Research Fellow with Centre for Curating the Archive, the Univer
  • Unavailable
  • Alexandre Burton & Julien Roy (artificiel.org)
  • Artist-Performing
  • ISEA2015 For more than 15 years, Montréal artists Alexandre Burton & Julien Roy have been harnessing electricity to make art that blends live performance and installation work, music and image. Existing on the digital plane and in the wholly physical, they fashion new instruments and contexts while constantly examining the processes underlying their multi-layered discipline and its effects. They have built a practice unique to their backgrounds – both come from the electroacoustic music d
  • Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • -73.554,45.5088
  • Alexandre
  • Quessy
  • Presenter and Workshop-Tutorial Coordinator
  • Conseil québécois des arts médiatiques CQAM
  • ISEA2015 Alexandre Quessy, Source Libre / Conseil québécois des arts médiatiques CQAM. New Media Art Consultant, Montréal (Québec) Canada. Alexandre Quessy is a Montreal-based artist and software developer. He is much involved in creating and teaching free software for arts. He is the main author of the Toonloop live animation software, and one of the authors of MapMap, a free video mapping tool. His interests range from web to interactive video, including show control and audio spatializatio
  • Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • -73.554,45.5088
  • http://alexandre.quessy.net/
  • Alexei
  • Dmitriev
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2015 Since Alexei Dmitriev (Saint Petersburg, Russia) was just a little girl she dreamed of starring in an experimental film.  vimeo.com/avdmitriev
  • Unavailable
  • http://vimeo.com/avdmitriev
  • Alexis
  • Grey
  • Hildreth
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Emily Carr University of Art and Design and University of Victoria, Canada
  • Department of Visual Art
  • ISEA2015 Alexis Grey Hildreth is a Vancouver, Canada-based multidisciplinary artist. He started his education in the Visual Arts department at the University of Victoria and graduated from Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Alexis is invested in the relationship between internal and external geography, the balance of terror and awe, and with mapping the transition from one state of consciousness into another.
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • -123.1139,49.2609
  • Alexis
  • Langevin-Tétrault
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2019 As a composer and stage artist, Alexis Langevin-Tétrault has contributed to a variety of electronic and electroacoustic music projects under the guises of Falaises, DATANOISE, QUADr, ILEA, BetaFeed, Alexeï Kawolski and Recepteurz. His actual work is characterized by the design of audiovisual devices, physical performance, scenographic and dramaturgic work, the critical and thorough use of digital audio technologies, exploration of sound timbre and also conceptual and social reflectio
  • Unavailable
  • Alfred
  • Marseille
  • Filmmaker/Video Artist/Animator
  • ISEA2019 Alfred Marseille, NL. Designer, media artist. Background in philosophy and electronic music. Working in video, sound, photography and installation art.
  • New Zealand
  • 171.77990019594,-41.838875221513
  • http://alfredmarseille.nl/
  • Ali
  • Hossaini
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Ali Hossaini, US/UK
  • Unavailable
  • Ali
  • Momeni
  • Presenter
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • ISEA2015 Ali Momeni is into dynamic systems and moving targets; he works with kinetics, electronics, software, sound, light, people, plants and animals. His creative output ranges from sculptures and installations, to urban interventions and music theater performance. Momeni currently teaches in the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University, USA, and oversees CMU ArtFab.
  • United States of America
  • -97.922211212118,39.381266130568
  • Alia
  • Yunis
  • International Programme Committee (IPC)
  • Unavailable
  • Alice
  • Alexandrescu
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Alice
  • Jarry
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Concordia University
  • Department of Design and Computation Arts
  • _Professor, Artist-Researcher, and Artist
  • ISEA2020 Alice Jarry is an artist-researcher and professor of Design and Computation Arts at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. She specializes in site-specific responsive works, sci-art practices, socio-environmental design, and tangible media. Her research brings concerns about sustainability, aesthetics, and politics to bear critically upon materiality and urban infrastructure. Her current works focuses on residual matter and smart and biomaterials for the built environment. She examine
  • Montréal, Québec, Canada
  • -73.554,45.5088
  • https://www.alicejarry.com/
  • Frankovich
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unable to automatically detect coordinates
  • Aline
  • Martinez
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2019 Cached Collective (Vytautas Jankauskas, Jon Flint, Felipe de Souza, Aline Martinez, Joana Mateus, Clement Bouttier & Ryan Dzelzkalns) is an international group of creatives of diverse backgrounds, who are dedicated to exploring how technology influences our individual lived realities. Because of the impenetrable way that modern technology functions, the Cached Collective strives to design impactful experiences that can be easily understood by a wide audience. The Cached Collectiv
  • Unavailable
  • Alinta
  • Krauth
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2015 Alinta Krauth (AU) is a multidisciplinary artist who focuses on projection art, interactive art, sound art, art games, and generative art, and is interested in experimenting with links between these fields. She is also interested in ways to tie education and social relevance into interactive pieces – particularly with regards to sustainability, ecology, and physics. Her recently exhibited works explore poetry games, interactive sound art, interactive net art/literature, and interacti
  • Australia
  • 134.48956260698,-25.734968491622
  • http://alintakrauth.com/
  • Alisa
  • Katz
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Alison
  • Humphrey
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Scholar and Artist
  • ISEA2020 Alison Humphrey is a doctoral Vanier Scholar in Cinema and Media Arts at York University, Toronto, Canada. Alison plays with story across drama, digital media, and education. After starting as an intern at Marvel Comics, her career has included producing a pioneering alternate reality game for Douglas Adams, writing transmedia television, and directing Shakespeare and live-mocapped interactive theatre.
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • -79.3849,43.6529
  • http://www.alisonhumphrey.com/
  • Alison
  • Rajah
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Alizee
  • Sarazin
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Alizee Sarazin, Dubai, UAE
  • Unavailable
  • Allen
  • Sayegh
  • Artist-Exhibiting and Presenter
  • Harvard Graduate School of Design
  • Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America
  • -71.1056,42.3751
  • Allison
  • Collins
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Allison
  • Moore
  • Artist-Exhibiting and Presenter
  • Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and Société de la Place des Arts de Montréal
  • Artist, Animator, and Compositor
  • ISEA2020 Allison Moore is a new media artist working in expanded cinema and based in Montréal, Canada. Currently an MFA candidate in Film Production at Concordia University, she is advancing research in immersive media and VR as a member of Milieux. For the past 14 years, she has crafted an independent practice participating in residencies, workshops, and exhibitions internationally. Her work has been programmed at Tokyo Arts and Space (Japan), OBORO (Montreal), Traverse Video (France), Museu d
  • Montréal, Québec, Canada
  • -73.554,45.5088
  • http://www.allisonmoore.net/
  • Allison
  • Orr
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Almila
  • Akdag
  • Salah
  • Presenter
  • University of Amsterdam, NL
  • Netherlands the
  • ,
  • Alo
  • Allik
  • Presenter
  • University of Hull, UK
  • United Kingdom
  • ,
  • alorenz
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Vienna, Austria
  • 16.37306,48.20833
  • http://www.alorenz.net/
  • Álvaro
  • Seiça
  • Presenter
  • University of Bergen
  • ISEA2015 Álvaro Seiça, PhD Fellow, University of Bergen Bergen, Norway. Álvaro is a writer, editor and researcher. He published four poetry books, the most recent being Ö (2014) and permafrost: 20+1 zeptopoemas sms (2012). He holds a MA in Contemporary American Literature, with the thesis ‘Transduction: Transfer Processes in Digital Literature and Art’ (University of Évora, 2011), winner of the Moser Prize 2013. Seiça has published several poems and essays in different journals. In 2007, he c
  • Bergen, Norway
  • 5.32333,60.3925
  • http://projects.alvaroseica.net/
  • Alwin
  • de Rooij
  • Presenter
  • Tilburg University
  • Department of Communication and Cognition
  • Assistant Professor
  • ISEA2019 Alwin de Rooij studies creativity: The thinking processes that make the creation of new, useful, and elegant ideas, solutions, and products possible. He uses scientific and artistic methods, where emerging technologies are used study creativity in new ways; and from which he develops techniques that enhance creativity. The ultimate goal of his research is to understand creativity better so that we can help people to get the most out of their own capabilities. Alwin is assistant profe
  • Netherlands the
  • 4.3175,52.08417
  • Alyson
  • Ogasian
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2015 Alyson Ogasian’s work takes up the moments between observation and perception and the space between conjecture and knowing. She is interested in exploration, expedition and the search for understanding. The glitches or errors that occur within the process of making become celebrated not only as deviations from the intended path, but also as potential  points of departure for the imagination.
  • Unavailable
  • Al­berto
  • De
  • Campo
  • 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,
  • Unavailable
  • Amala
  • Groom
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2019 Amala Groom (b. 1979, Casino, New South Wales, Australia) is a Wiradjuri conceptual artist whose practice, as the performance of her cultural sovereignty, is informed and driven by First Nations epistemologies, ontologies and methodologies. Her work, a form of passionate activism, presents acute and incisive commentary on contemporary socio-political issues. Articulated across diverse media, Groom’s work often subverts and unsettles western iconographies in order to enunciate Aborigi
  • Unavailable
  • http://amalagroom.com/
  • Amber
  • Frid-Jimenez
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • MIT Media Laboratory, Canada Research Chair, and Emily Carr University of Art and Design
  • Art & Design
  • Associate Professor
  • ISEA2015 Artist Amber Frid-Jimenez explores the role of technology in society. Exhibited internationally, Frid-Jimenez has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post and CBC. She holds a Masters from the MIT Media Laboratory and is a Canada Research Chair and Associate Professor at Emily Carr University of Art & Design, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • -123.1139,49.2609
  • Amelia
  • Marzec
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Parsons School of Design
  • ISEA2015 Amelia Marzec is a Brooklyn-based artist (NY, USA) focused on enabling activist communities through innovative uses of technology. Her work has been exhibited at Flux Factory, NY Hall of Science, Governor’s Island, MIT, SIGGRAPH, DUMBO Arts Festival, and Rhizome ArtBase. She was a resident at Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, a fellow at A.I.R. Gallery, and a nominee for the World Technology Awards. Her work has been featured in Wired, Make, Hyperallergic, Neural Magazine, Metropo
  • Brooklyn, New York, United States of America
  • -73.9808,40.7648
  • Amira
  • Hanafi
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Bashkatib
  • Co-founder, Artist, Author, and Poet
  • ISEA2020 Amira Hanafi is a poet and artist working with language as a material. Her work has been shown in online and offline exhibitions in cities around the world, most recently in Aarhus, Chicago, Vilnius, Montréal, New York City, and Lisbon. Her texts have been published in Matrix, Makhzin, Fence, Ibraaz, American Letters & Commentary, and Index on Censorship, among other publications. She is the author of the books Forgery (Green Lantern Press) and Minced English, a number of limited e
  • United States of America
  • -97.922211212118,39.381266130568
  • https://amirahanafi.com/
  • Ammar
  • Al Attar
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2014 Ammar Al Attar is a photographer and mixed media artist. Born in 1981, he lives in Ajman in the United Arab Emirates. Completely self-taught, Al Attar’s practice seeks to not only document and translate but also methodically research and examine aspects of Emirati ritual, material culture, and geographic orientation that are increasingly illusive in his rapidly globalizing society.
  • Ajman, United Arab Emirates
  • 55.4451,25.3937
  • http://ammaralattar.com/
  • Amna
  • Mohammed
  • Al Suwaidi
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Amna
  • Mohammed
  • Al Tunaiji
  • Artist-Performing and Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Amna Mohammed Al Tunaiji , Zayed University, AE
  • Unavailable
  • Ana
  • Carolina von
  • Hertwig
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Ana
  • Elisa
  • Carramaschi
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2017 Cassia Aranha, Marcus Bastos, Ana Elisa Carramaschi, Lali Krotoszynski, Silvia Laurentiz, Monica Moura & Dario Vargas, Realities Group, Brazil
  • Brazil
  • -51.619789020549,-9.5889030171226
  • Ana
  • Jofre
  • Presenter, Workshop-Tutorial Coordinator, and Artist-Exhibiting
  • OCAD University, University of Toronto, NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and SUNY Polytechnic Institute
  • _Professor
  • ISEA2017 Ana Jofre, PhD, Canada. Ana Jofre received her PhD in Physics from the University of Toronto, did Post-doctoral work at NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) in Gaithersburg MD, and taught -and did research – at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte for six years before transitioning her career towards the arts. She then completed her MFA at OCAD University in Toronto. Her publications and conference presentations cover a wide range of intellectual interests,
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • -79.3849,43.6529
  • http://onewomancaravan.net/
  • Ana
  • Pinto da
  • Silva
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2015 Ana Pinto da Silva, Microsoft Research, Seattle, Washington, US
  • Seattle, Washington, United States of America
  • -122.3301,47.6038
  • Anabelle
  • de
  • Gersigny
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Anabelle de Gersigny (Tashkeel, Dubai)
  • Unavailable
  • Anastasia
  • Treskunov
  • Unavailable
  • Anatol
  • Bologan
  • Presenter
  • Assistant Professor
  • ISEA2019 Anatol Bologan is an Instructional Assistant Professor in the Department of Visualization at Texas A&M University. He holds an MA in Image and Communication from Goldsmiths College, University of London, and a MFA in Visualization from Texas A&M University. He is a classically trained painter as well as digital artist working in the space of multidisciplinary and interactive arts. His work has appeared at national and international conferences and exhibitions such as SxSW, IS
  • United States of America
  • -97.922211212118,39.381266130568
  • Anca
  • Bucur
  • Presenter
  • University of Bucharest
  • ISEA 2018 Anca Bucur is a Bucharest-based poet and performance artist, co-founder at frACTalia press, and editor at InterRe:ACT magazine. Being interested in techno-culture and bio-technological framings of future communities, she often works with text, images, sound and computer software. In her poetry she makes use of post-conceptual  experimenting with techniques, different types of language(s) and discourses. She studied literary theory at the University of Bucharest from where she hold
  • Unavailable
  • Anders
  • Lundström
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology
  • ISEA2014 Anders Lundström, KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Stockholm, Sweden
  • 18.06861,59.32944
  • Anders-Petter
  • Andersson
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • André
  • Damião
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 André Damião, University of São Paulo, BR
  • Unavailable
  • Andrea
  • Olmedo
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Andrea Olmedo, Constelaciones, ES
  • Unavailable
  • Andreas
  • Lutz
  • Artist-Exhibiting and Artist-Performing
  • ISEA2017 Andreas Lutz, Germany
  • Germany
  • 10.018343294857,51.133481343993
  • Andreas
  • Maria
  • Jacobs
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Simon
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Andreas
  • Treske
  • Presenter
  • Izmir Economy University, Izmir, Turkey
  • TR
  • ,
  • Andreea
  • Danielescu
  • 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
  • Unable to automatically detect coordinates
  • http:// public.asu.edu/~ldaniele
  • Andrés
  • Felipe
  • Roldán
  • Presenter
  • Universidad Nacional de Colombia
  • Manizales, Colombia
  • -75.48472,5.06611
  • Andrés
  • Jurado
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2017
  • Unavailable
  • Andres
  • Wanner
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Simon Fraser University
  • Art & Design
  • adjunct professor
  • ISEA2015 Andres Wanner is a Swiss-Canadian artist, interaction designer and educator. His interdisciplinary practice at the intersection of art and technology investigates rule based generative systems – machines and computer programs that produce pictures. He has taught at art and design universities in Europe and North America and is an Adjunct Professor at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada. He holds an MSc in Physics, an MAA in Visual Arts and a BA in Visual Communications. His
  • Unavailable
  • Andrew
  • Buttrell
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • University of Sydney
  • ISEA2015 Andrew Burrell is a contemporary arts practitioner with a long history in real-time 3D and interactive audio installation. He is exploring notions of self and narrative and the implications of virtual worlds, networked environments and artificial life systems upon identity. His networked projects in virtual environments include mellifera (with Trish Adams), Virtual Macbeth (with Kereen Ely-Harper), Augmentiforms (in collaboration with Warren Armstrong and presented at ISEA2011), and 
  • Sydney, Australia
  • 151.21,-33.868
  • Andrew
  • Crowe
  • Presenter
  • Technologist and Software Engineer
  • ISEA 2019 Andrew Crowe is a technologist and software engineer with over 15 years commercial experience working in London. He has worked as Principal Developer for a financial company, start-ups and agencies, and applies his skills to a variety of creative projects across VR/AR, 3D printing, motion-capture, audiovisual production, software and web development. He is the studio technician for Samson Young producing large scale 3D printed sculptures for the artist, as well as offering the ser
  • United Kingdom
  • -2.3696695703628,54.237933360747
  • Andrew
  • Denham
  • Presenter
  • University of Portsmouth, UK
  • ISEA2011 Andrew Denham, University of Portsmouth, UK
  • GB
  • ,
  • Andrew
  • Ellis
  • Johnson
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • School of Art
  • Associate Professor
  • ISEA2014 Andrew Ellis Johnson,  Carnegie Mellon, Associate Professor, School of Art, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of America
  • -79.9901,40.4417
  • http://andrewellisjohnson.com/
  • Andrew
  • Garrison
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Andrew
  • Hugill
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Andrew
  • Lee
  • Artist-Performing
  • ISEA2015 HolyHum is the new musical project of multidisciplinary artist Andrew Lee. Over the past 15 years Andrew Lee has toured extensively across North America and Europe with In Medias Res (File Under: Music) and Siskiyou (Constellation Records). He has shared the stage with Kurt Vile, Cursive, Death From Above 1979, Julianna Barwick, Damien Jurado, Frog Eyes, Porcelain Raft and many more and has performed at notable festivals such as All  Tomorrow’s Parties (London), Primavera Sound (Ba
  • Unavailable
  • Andrew
  • McPherson
  • Presenter
  • Centre for Digital Music and Queen Mary University
  • Associate Professor
  • ISEA2015 Andrew McPherson is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary University of London, UK. A composer and electrical engineer by training, his research focuses on new musical instruments, especially augmented instruments which extend the capabilities of the piano, violin and other familiar instruments.
  • United Kingdom
  • -2.3696695703628,54.237933360747
  • Andrew
  • Richardson
  • Presenter
  • Northumbria University
  • Design School
  • Senior Lecturer
  • ISEA 2019 Andrew Richardson is a senior lecturer within the Design School at Northumbria University. He lectures on the Interaction Design programme and his research concerns the use of creative coding for development of novel data visualisations.
  • Unavailable
  • Andrew
  • Starner
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Andrew Starner, New York University Abu Dhabi, AE
  • United Arab Emirates
  • 54.256172371359,23.852059982388
  • Andy
  • Bennett
  • Presenter
  • Griffith University
  • _Professor
  • ISEA2019 Andy Bennett is Professor of Cultural Sociology in the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science at Griffith University. He is a leading international figure in sociological studies of popular music and youth culture and has written and edited numerous books including Popular Music and Youth Culture, Music, Style and Aging and Music Scenes (co-edited with Richard A. Peterson).
  • Australia
  • 134.48956260698,-25.734968491622
  • Andy
  • Buchanan
  • Artist-Exhibiting and Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Andy Buchanan, Australia
  • Australia
  • 134.48956260698,-25.734968491622
  • Andy
  • Warhol
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Andy
  • Weir
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • University of Bournemouth
  • ISEA2015 Andy Weir is an artist from London, UK. His work, on extended and accelerated temporalities, proposes strategies for collective knowledge in a context of ungrounding panic. He is Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Arts University Bournemouth, UK, and PhD student at Goldsmiths, University of London, researching concepts, affects and politics of the deep time of nuclear storage.
  • Unavailable
  • Angela
  • Davies
  • Presenter
  • Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Contemporary Crafts
  • ISEA2014 Angela Davies, UK, is an interdisciplinary artist based in Wales. Her work is underpinned by themes of time and place; in particular the changing ecologies of the natural and manmade environment. Craft disciplines and creative technologies are drawn upon to create site‑specific multi‑sensory interventions. Davies graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2000, with a BA (Hons) degree in Contemporary Crafts. In 2013, she graduated from Manchester School of Art completing a
  • Unavailable
  • Angela
  • Ndalianis
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Angela Ndalianis, University of Melbourne, AU
  • Unavailable
  • Angelica
  • Mesiti
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unable to automatically detect coordinates
  • Angus
  • Carlyle
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Aniara
  • Rodado
  • Artist-Performing
  • ISEA2017 Aniara Rodado & Jean-Marc Chomaz, France Jorge Barco, Aniara Rodado, Luis Alejandro Olarte & José Alejandro Montes de Oca
  • France, French Republic
  • 1.69833,50.56056
  • Anielka
  • María
  • Gelemur
  • Author
  • ISEA2017 Anielka María Gelemur & Guillermo Rendón, Colombia
  • Colombia
  • -73.129056,3.065088
  • Anis
  • Haron
  • Presenter
  • University of California
  • Media Arts & Technology Program
  • ISEA2015 Anis Haron & George Legrady, Media Arts & Technology Program University of California, Santa Barbara, US
  • Santa Barbara, California, United States of America
  • -119.697,34.4098
  • Anja
  • Venter
  • Presenter
  • University of Cape Town, South Africa and Center in ICT4D
  • ISEA2015 Anja Venter, Center in ICT4D, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. Anja is a visual artist, designer and digital media researcher from South Africa. She is a third year PhD student at the centre in ICT4D at the University of Cape Town. She likes comics, animals, DIY and punk rock. More on her research here:  anjaresearchblog.wordpress.com , visual work here: nannaventer.co.za
  • Cape Town, South Africa
  • 18.4289,-33.9351
  • http://anjaresearchblog.wordpress.com/
  • Anna
  • Davidson
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Anna
  • Everett
  • Presenter
  • University of California
  • Film & Media Studies
  • _Professor
  • ISEA2015 Professor Anna Everett, of Film & Media Studies, at the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA, works in the fields of film and TV history/theory, African-American film and culture, and Digital Media Technologies. She holds a PhD. From the School of Cinema-TV and Critical Studies at the University of Southern California. Her former administrative positions include: Interim/Acting Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Academic Policy; Chair of the UCSB Departm
  • Santa Barbara, California, United States of America
  • -119.697,34.4098
  • Anna
  • Kaneko
  • Artist-Exhibiting
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  • Anna
  • Keleher
  • Artist-Exhibiting
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  • Anna
  • Klingmann
  • Workshop-Tutorial Coordinator
  • ISEA2014 Dr. Ing. Anna Klingmann (Germany)  is an architect, urbanist and visionary on branding and architecture
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  • http://klingmann.com/
  • Anna
  • Lindemann
  • Presenter
  • University of Connecticut
  • ISEA2015 Anna Lindemann, University of Connecticut, US
  • United States of America
  • -97.922211212118,39.381266130568
  • Anna
  • Madeleine
  • Raupach
  • Presenter
  • Australian National University
  • School of Art & Design
  • Artist
  • ISEA 2019 Dr. Anna Madeleine Raupach is an artist working with AR, VR, drawing, animation and installation to explore how technology and personal expression recursively evolve. She has a PhD in Media Arts from UNSW Art & Design, Australia (2014) and is a Lecturer in Printmedia & Drawing at ANU (Australian National University) School of Art & Design. Anna has had solo exhibitions in New York, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Montreal and Bandung, and has undertaken residencies at the
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  • Anna
  • Terzaroli
  • Artist-Performing
  • ISEA2017 Anna Terzaroli, Italy
  • Italy
  • 12.646361036443,42.504153917067
  • Annalisa
  • Piccirillo
  • 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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  • Anne
  • Bal­samo
  • Moderator
  • 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
  • ,
  • Anne
  • Goldenberg
  • Presenter and Workshop-Tutorial Coordinator
  • QCAM
  • ISEA2015 Anne Goldenberg, CQAM, Femhack, Canada
  • Quebec, Canada
  • -71.2349,46.8257
  • Anne
  • Katrine
  • Senstad
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2014 Norwegian artist Anne Senstad was educated at Parsons School of Design and The New School for Social Research in New York. Senstad’s practice lies in the multidisciplinary intersections of installation art, photography, video, neon sculpture, immersive installation, landart and site specificity, with a focus on the phenomena of perception and the cognitive system in response to the properties of light, sound and color, as well as her hybridized critical and poetic text based works on
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  • http://annesenstad.com/
  • Anne
  • O’Callaghan
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2014 Anne O’Callaghan, Canada. I am interested in the intersection of art and politics, politics as the air we breathe, and can we as artists effect change. Over the past 30 years my practice has focused on politics, memory and how we intersect with nature. These three elements are constant themes running through all my work.
  • Canada
  • -105.75059585652,55.585901285197
  • http://anneocallaghan.ca/
  • Anne
  • So­phie
  • Witzke
  • 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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  • Anneka
  • Metzger
  • Curator
  • Academy of Media Arts Cologne (KHM)
  • Cologne, Germany
  • 6.95778,50.94222
  • Annemarie
  • Piscaer
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2019 Annemarie Piscaer (NL) is a designer, guest-lecturer (the Design Academy Eindhoven and Avans University of Applied Sciences, Art faculty St. Joost), initiator of Studio Dust, a participatory research by design studio with the principle that all has value even dust -‘from dust to dust’- and member of the City Lab ‘Stadslab Luchtkwaliteit’. In the last few years she developed participatory design projects by using material research as a communicative instrument to connect unusual domai
  • Netherlands the
  • 4.3175,52.08417
  • Annette
  • Loudon
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Anoud
  • Abdulmalik
  • Al Obaidly
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Anthony
  • Goh
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Anthony
  • Obr
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Unavailable
  • Anthony
  • Schrag
  • Author, Presenter, and Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2014 Anthony Schrag was born in Zimbabwe and grew up in the Middle East, the UK and Canada. Originally, he obtained a degree in Creative Writing in Canada, where his first poetry book was published, but forwent the solitary writer’s life for an interdisciplinary artist’s fare and completed his MFA in Glasgow in 2005.
  • United Kingdom
  • -2.3696695703628,54.237933360747
  • http://anthonyschrag.com/
  • Anthony
  • Shakir
  • Artist-Performing
  • ISEA2015 Detroit producer Anthony “Shake” Shakir is one of the more underrecognized, under-appreciated names in American techno. A bedroom producer since 1981, Shake had an important role in helping shape the early Motor City sound associated with artists such as Juan Atkins and Derrick May. He worked with May and Carl Craig as a producer, writer, or engineer on several early tracks on Metroplex. His first solo material appeared on Virgin’s seminal Techno! The New Dance Sound of Detroit compi
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  • Antoine
  • Barlet
  • Presenter
  • Unavailable
  • Antoine
  • Briot
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2019 Initiated by Antoine Briot and Jeremy Oury (France), Collective ARCAAN combines audio and visual skills to make singular mapping or digital installation. They pursue explorations into intermedia forms to create the synaesthetic and minimalist partition with unexpected narrations in various ways (architectural mapping, led screen, immersive installation, full-dome, …). They focus on research about illusions from geometric distortions of Moiré’s effects and works on immersive forms in
  • France, French Republic
  • 1.69833,50.56056
  • Antoine
  • Gonot
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2017 Antoine Gonot & Diego Ortiz , France
  • France, French Republic
  • 1.69833,50.56056
  • Antonia
  • Carver
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Antonia Carver (Art Dubai),
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  • Antonio
  • D’Amato
  • Artist-Performing and Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2017 Antonio D’Amato (Italy) is intoxicated by music. He graduated at conservatory in Piano, Harpsichord, Music for multimedia, Music pedagogy and Electronic music. He also studied composition for eight years, bassoon for three years, baroque organ and audio engineering. In 2010 he was Ondes Balance-Unbalance 2015 International Conference, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA 2015. Martenot student in Strasbourg and Paris. At university he was student in Media and Communication.
  • Italy
  • 12.646361036443,42.504153917067
  • Antonio
  • Herci Ferreira
  • Junior
  • Presenter
  • University of São Paulo
  • Aesthetics and Art History
  • ISEA2015 Antonio Herci Ferreira Junior, Philosopher, composer and conductor, Postgraduate Program in Aesthetics and Art History at the University of São Paulo, BR
  • Brazil
  • -51.619789020549,-9.5889030171226
  • Antti
  • Nykyri
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2015 Antti Nykyri, Helsinki-based Finnish artist, has worked with sounds and music in several contexts such as installation art, contemporary dance, sound art, application design, interface research, theatre, electronic music and artistic research. During 2015 his works will be on display at the Venice Biennale, Prague Quadrennial and Gwangju Design Biennale. Nykyri is preparing his doctoral work for University of the Arts Helsinki, Theatre Academy.
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  • Antti
  • Tenetz
  • 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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  • Anula
  • Shetty
  • Presenter
  • Fire Work Media
  • ISEA2015 Anula Shetty, Fire Work Media, Philadelphia, PA, USA
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Canada
  • -75.1327,40.0115
  • Aquatrio Ensemble
  • Artist-Performing
  • ISEA2017 Aquatrio Ensemble, Finland. Artists: Marianne Decoster-Taivalkoski is a French interactive media and sound artist based in Finland where she teaches at the University of the Arts Helsinki, in the Centre for Music & Technology of the Sibelius Academy. She has been the Head of this centre since 2013. She opened in fall 2013 the Exploratorium on sonic and bodily gestuality introducing to artistic based research thinking and ethics, and using improvisation as a tool for experime
  • Finland
  • 26.199539005192,62.777753965294
  • Archiver le Présent
  • Curator
  • Curator
  • Archiver le Présent is a Curating Collective (Cédric Anderson, Gina Cortopassi, Ludovic Doutre-Guay, Marie Fraser, Bertrand Gervais, Joanne Lalonde, Laurence Perron and Lisa Tronca). It is an initiative bringing together researchers from UQAM. The collective builds on the expertise developed by the Lab NT2, both a research center on hypermedia art and a technological infrastructure supporting the academic community. Our online exhibitions showcase works in a free access perspective. Such exhibit
  • Montréal, Québec, Canada
  • -73.554,45.5088
  • http://www.archiverlepresent.org/
  • Ardavan
  • Bidgoli
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2019 Ardavan Bidgoli is a Ph.D. candidate in Computational Design at the School of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University, USA. His research is focused on machine learning generative models and human-machine co-creation in creative practices. He is the robotics fellow at the Computational Design lab (Code Lab) and routinely contributes to the architectural robotic research at the Design Fabrication lab (dFab) where he teaches Introduction to Architectural Robotics. His research has been
  • United States of America
  • -97.922211212118,39.381266130568
  • Arem
  • Ryu
  • Presenter
  • ISEA2014 Arem Ryu & Suk Chon, RINNSOFT co. Ltd., SK
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  • Ari
  • Gold
  • Artist-Exhibiting and Filmmaker/Video Artist/Animator
  • ISEA2017 Ari Gold, USA
  • United States of America
  • -97.922211212118,39.381266130568
  • Arnau
  • Gifreu-Castells
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • Open Documentary Lab and MIT
  • ISEA2017 Arnau Gifreu-Castells (Spain), Open Documentary Lab, MIT, USA
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  • Arno
  • Deutschbauer
  • Artist-Exhibiting
  • ISEA2019 The collective behind Afterlife consists of Herwig Scherabon, Arno Deutschbauer and 101 (Lukas Fliszar, Michael Ari). The creative menage joined forces in the studio of 101 where a lot of discourse about the possibilities of virtual reality sparked the idea for the installation. The artists and designers share the feeling that space as a commodity is becoming sparse and they sense a general need for the retreat from society’s hectic modern lifestyle. Afterlife is a collective effort
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