Caroline A Jones studies modern and contemporary art, with a particular focus on its technological modes of production, distribution, and reception. Trained in visual studies and art history at Harvard, she did graduate work at the Institute of Fine Arts in New York before completing her PhD at Stanford University in 1992.
Associate Professor of the School of Architecture, Urbanism and Design at the University of São Paulo (FAUUSP), where he founded and coordinated the digital manufacturing laboratory FAB LAB SP and the Research Group DIGI-FAB - Digital manufacturing technologies applied to the production of Contemporary Design and Architecture.
In his work as director of the Media Art Biennial of Santiago, Enrique Rivera Gallardo develops the research of audiovisual installations through the use of methodologies for documentary filmmaking, the hybridization between past and present contexts, and the distribution of tangible and intangible objects in immersive contexts.
Lasse Scherffig is an artist, designer and researcher with an interest in the relationship of humans, machines and society; Cybernetics and the technological infrastructures of communication and control; and the cultures and aesthetics of computation and interaction.
Claudia Robles-Angel is a new media and sound artist born in Bogotá-Colombia, currently living in Cologne-Germany and active worldwide. Her work and research cover different aspects of visual and sound art, which extend from audio-visual fixed media compositions to performances and installations interacting with biomedical signals via the usage of interfaces such as, for example, the BCI (Brain Computer Interface) measuring brain waves activity.
Rebecca Duclos is the former Dean and current Professor of Art History in the Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University, Montreal. She holds a PhD in Art History and Visual Culture from the University of Manchester, an MA in Museum Studies and a BA in Classical Studies and Near Eastern Archaeology from the University of Toronto, and a BA in Art Education from York University.
David Rothenberg has written and performed on the relationship between humanity and nature for many years. He is the author of Why Birds Sing, on making music with birds, also published in England, Italy, Spain, Taiwan, China, Korea, and Germany. It was turned into a feature length BBC TV documentary. His following book, Thousand Mile Song, is on making music with whales. It was turned into a film for French television.
SECONDE NATURE and ZINC are digital imagination incubators that have been working for several years towards fostering and promoting contemporary creation, advancing the understanding of the world in the digital age, and helping audiences appropriate technologies to develop their creativity and emancipation.
Dr. Ricardo Dal Farra is a composer, educator, researcher, curator, and historian, specializing in contemporary/electroacoustic music and electronic arts. He is Professor in the Department of Music at Concordia University, Canada and Founding Director of the Center for Experimentation and Research in Electronic Arts (CEIArtE) at the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Argentina.
Graduated in Art at the Universidad de Playa Ancha, Valparaíso. She studied independent studies in contemporary dance and a Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Dance at Escenalborde (Artes Escénicas Contemporáneas)/ Universidad de Valparaíso.
Graduate in Art History with a Master in Art and Communication. A media artist who develops his artistic research around the relationship between the analog-digital, the discourse of art itself and society, identity and digital metaphysics.
Mariana Salgado leads Inland design, an innovation and design lab that is part of the National Immigration Service in Finland. She holds a PhD in interaction design from the Media Lab, Aalto University.
Rocío begins a work of research and dialogue with scientists that generates a text that she then combines with other materials, preferring to hybridize different media -text, dance, videos, digital art- rather than limiting herself to a single practice.
Asher Remy-Toledo is a Colombian-American 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.
Anne Linke (b. 1986 in Munich) studied photography at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen and time-based media at the University of Fine Arts Hamburg in the class of Jeanne Faust. PIGEONS AND ARCHITECTURE is her first film.
From 2009 to 2011 he studied media art at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig. Afterwards he began his directing studies at the Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF and followed a postgraduate study at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne, where he worked not only with fictional forms but also increasingly with documentary approaches.
She has researched and developed large-scale interactive installations that, in most cases, center the body offering visceral mediations on how individuals perceive and physically communicate with the spaces they inhabit. She has exhibited in numerous art institutions around the world.
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.
PhD in Design from the State University of Rio de Janeiro (2018) with doctoral internship at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen (Denmark). Full-time professor at the Department of Design at the Federal University of Pernambuco - UFPE (Brazil).