• Date
      May 26, 2017

      Javier Salas

      Colombia
      Freelance 2D artist and illustrator, with academic training as a Graphic Designer, with 4 and a half years of experience in the video game industry, short films and everything related to the digital art medium, with subsequent studies focused on Concept art, light and color among others.
    • Date
      May 26, 2017

      Daniel Gonzalez Franco

      Spain / Colombia www.beanotherlb.org
       

      Colombian digital artist living in Barcelona since 2009. Co-founder of BeAnotherLab; an interdisciplinary collective founded in 2012 that seeks to understand, share and reproduce subjective experiences to build links between individuals; the team plays with the concept of the exchange of 'me' and 'we' from a non-hierarchical perspective of work and encompassing different bodies of knowledge such as art, science, technology and other worldviews.

    • Date
      May 26, 2017

      Agency TOPO

      Canada http://www.agencetopo.qc.ca

      Agence TOPO is a Montreal-based digital arts center for artists whose mandate is to produce and distribute multimedia works that explore new narratives and interdisciplinary and intercultural intersections.

      The center carries out research, training and production activities, particularly centered around the series sort of he'andcran/Spoken Screen that presents media works in scenic contexts, and the creation of web art projects proposed by authors and artists. Since 2014, Agence TOPO organizes an intensive cross-platform production seminar for creators who want to explore the production of projects for the web and mobile platforms.

    • Date
      May 26, 2017

      Green

      Colombia
       
      VERDE is an expanded documentary audiovisual installation project focused on three natural settings: the Sasardí nature reserve located in the Colombian Darién, the Sumapaz páramo, and San José del Guaviare. The three places have different environmental conditions, ecosystems and natural characteristics; They are distant in the Colombian geography, they are different scenarios from the biological perspective but they also have common elements: they are the lungs of the planet and at the same time water factories with incalculable potentiality and they are places of great fragility contaminated by the socio-political conflict in the country.
    • Date
      May 26, 2017

      Olga Mink

      Holland www.videology.nu
      Olga Mink studied at the HKU and obtained her BA in Fine arts at the Fontys Academy in Tilburg. She finished her Master of Fine Arts at the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam. Working as an artist she develops interactive art, video installations and multiscreen live cinema performances. She worked as a freelance curator for film- and media festivals. Amongst them the Plaza+ and Imageradio Festivals in Eindhoven and re:visie in Utrecht in collaboration with Centraal Museum during the annual Dutch Film Festival.
    • Date
      May 26, 2017

      Robert Ferry

      Land Art Generator USES www.landartgenerator.org
      Through a biennial design competition and constructed works, LAGI is showing how innovation through interdisciplinary collaboration, culture, and the expanding role of technology in art can help to shape the aesthetic impact of renewable energy on our constructed and natural environments. The goal of LAGI is to design and construct a series of large-scale site-specific public art installations that uniquely combine art with utility scale clean energy generation. The artworks use the latest in renewable energy science and innovate the application of new technologies. The art itself continuously distributes clean kilowatt-hours of electricity into the city grid with each land art generator sculpture having the potential to provide power to hundreds or even thousands of homes. At the same time, the installations are conceptually-engaging and activating additions public spaces. They create platforms for educational outreach on the subjects of renewable energy, sustainable development, and ecological conservation.
    • Date
      May 26, 2017

      Alejandro Brianza

      Argentina www.alejandrobrianza.wordpress.com
      Composer, researcher and teacher. Audiovisual graduate, sound and recording technician, flute player. Specialist and master's degree in Scientific Research Methodology, her research topic focuses on studying the expansion of research - creation in Latin America. He is a professor at the Universidad del Salvador and the Universidad Nacional de Lanús, where he is also part of research related to sound technology, electroacoustic music and contemporary languages, of which he has given lectures and workshops at congresses and various meetings of the national and international academic field.
    • Date
      May 26, 2017

      vincent onyemah

       Professor Onyemah teaches Marketing Management, Business Development, Professional Selling, and Sales Force Management. Prior to joining Babson College, he taught at Boston University and Lagos Business School. He started two companies and worked in the industry before pursuing his academic career. Professor Onyemah has over 15 years of practical selling experience, starting when he was twelve years old in Nigeria working for his parents, and including working as an independent sales agent in Europe. He has taught and conducted consulting projects in about twenty countries in Africa, Europe, Middle East, Latin America, and North America. He also consults for the IFC/ World Bank and teaches in several international Executive Education programs.
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