Asher Remy-Toledo (b. Colombia) is a cultural producer, instigator of collaborative models that are redefining the boundaries of artistic fields. He is currently the director and co-founder of Hyphen Hub, a New York-based organization working at the intersection of art and emerging technology.
Claudia emerged as part of a generation of mid-career artists in the 1990s examining issues of identity and representation. Since the late 1990s, when she began working with 3D animation, Claudia has embraced these same concepts, but now focuses on the impact of simulation and computer technologies.
(Linz, Austria) will talk about No Exit Oasis, a virtual reality audiovisual environment created at Mozilla Hubs. Kurt's immersive media installations and performances have been presented worldwide for over 3 decades.
Sophie has explored 3D printing for many years, scanning bodies and converting them to digital space. Working with 3D laser scanners, she has been focusing on the movement of the body, dance and in particular the tradition of Christian funerary sculptures that abound in cemeteries, figures that attempt to fly and show the lightness of the human body when it becomes ethereal.
Atractor is an interdisciplinary studio formed in 2017 by Juan José López, Alejandro Villegas, Blondinsky Kuznestov and Juan Cortés, during their trajectory they have focused on the visualization of natural phenomena, mathematical and scientific paradigms related to sociocultural phenomena not only of the hegemonic Western culture, but also of other ways of knowing and understanding the scientific, through the interaction of the viewer with a digital and analog substrate.
He is an associate professor at CADRE Media Labs at San Jose State University and a Ph.D. music composition student working at the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT) at the University of California Berkeley.
Fito Segrera is a Colombian artist and creative technologist whose work is located at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology. Segrera's philosophical and poetic systems investigate our conventional models of cognition and perception, the limitations of the human mind and its relationship to context.