• Date
      June 5, 2018

      Roger Malina

      United States / France
      ISEA International Board Member
      www.utdallas.edu/atec/malina/
      www.malina.diatrope.com/

      Presented by Icetex - Fellows Colombia
      Distinguished Professor of Art and Technology, and Professor of Physics, at the University of Texas at Dallas. He works as Associate Director of ATEC. Executive Editor of Leonardo publications in MIT Press, member of the Leonardo / ISAST Leonardo / OLATS Boards of Directors.
    • Date
      June 13, 2018

      Diana Carolina Montoya


      dcarolinamb@gmail.com

      Consultant, teacher and researcher in the fields of formulation of socio-cultural projects, cultural entrepreneurship and the management of calls and access to competitive funds in art, culture and development. She has eight (8) years of experience in accompanying institutions and people dedicated to entrepreneurship in a broad sense, and cultural entrepreneurship with a creative base in particular.
    • Date
      June 13, 2018

      Paula Lopez Girl


      paula.lopez@ucaldas.edu.co

      General producer of 10 versions of the International Image Festival, including international cooperation with ISEA 2017 and Balance-Unbalance 2016, she has participated in the production of the Manizales International Theater Festival and as a co-investigator in projects and consultancies in creative industries with MinCultura and MinTic.
    • Date
      June 13, 2018

      Gina Tovar


      gtovar@mincultura.gov.co

      Social communicator with experience in artistic and cultural management, diffusion and marketing, as well as in strategic planning, production and coordination of projects in public and private organizations. My training and professional experience have been focused on solving problems from an interdisciplinary and collaborative perspective. I am interested in the development of processes based on research and the socialization of knowledge. In recent years I have worked on the implementation of cultural public policy with a territorial perspective.
    • Date
      April 30, 2019

      antoine schmitt



      Antoine Schmitt creates works of art in the form of objects, installations and situations to address movement processes in all their modalities and question their intrinsic conceptual problems, plastic, philosophical or social in nature. Heir to kinetic art and cybernetic art, fueled by metaphysical science fiction, he endlessly interrogates the dynamic interactions between human nature and the nature of reality. Originally a programming engineer in computer human relations and artificial intelligence, he places programming, a contemporary art material and unique for its active quality, at the core of most of his artwork, to literally reveal and manipulate the forces at play. Antoine Schmitt has also undertaken an articulation of this approach with more established artistic fields such as music, dance, architecture, literature or cinema, and has collaborated with Franck Vigroux, Atau Tanaka, Vincent Epplay, Jean-Jacques Birgé, Delphine Doukhan, K.Danse. , Patrice Belin, Don Nino, Cubenx, Alberto Sorbelli, Matthew Bourne, Hortense Gauthier. As theorist, speaker, and editor of the gratin.org portal, Antoine Schmitt explores the field of programmed art.
    • Date
      April 30, 2019

      michael montanaro



      Michael Montanaro is a transdisciplinary artist, best known for his work in the field of contemporary dance and mixed media. A graduate of the Hartford Conservatory, he has performed with the Boston Ballet, Les Grands Ballet Canadiens, and Le Groupe de la Place Royale, where he also served for 5 years as co-artistic director. In 1985 he founded Montanaro Dance, developing a reputation for using cutting-edge technology to create theatrical environments for his choreography. Throughout its ten-year history, Montanaro's dance toured nationally and internationally.
    • Date
      April 30, 2019

      Nina Czegledy


      Nina Czegledy, artist, curator, educator, works internationally on collaborative art, science, and technology projects. The changing perception of the human body and its environment, as well as paradigm shifts in the arts inform his projects. He has exhibited and published widely, won awards for his artwork, and has initiated, led, and participated in workshops, forums, and festivals around the world at international events.
    • Date
      April 30, 2019

      Mario Opazo


      Mario Opazo was born in Chile in May 1969, lives and works in Bogotá and is a professor at the National University of Colombia where he works as Associate Professor in the position of Academic Coordinator of the Master of Plastic and Visual Arts. Among his outstanding works is the book: "The stupid dog and the photos I never did", published by the National University of Colombia, a powerful set of images written as prose poetry, aimed at pointing out memory as power or creative force and his video work: "Olvido de arena", from which the Colombian philosopher living in France, Alfredo Gómez-Muller, wrote his political essay entitled: "Art and memory of inhumanity: about an oblivion of sand” published in the book: “La vulnérabilité du monde: Démocraties et violences à l'heure de la globalisation », published by the Université Catholique de Louvain.
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