Isidro Moreno

Spain

He is a Doctor in Information Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid. His doctoral thesis Interactive media convergence: towards hypermedia narration won the Fundesco Award in 1996. Bachelor of Information Sciences (visual and auditory image). Professor of the Faculty of Information Sciences of the Complutense University of Madrid UCM. Author and Advisor of multimedia museum projects. Director of the Museum I+D+C research group (Museum: Research+Development+Creation).

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    July 11, 2017

    Victor Vina

    Canada

    Trained as an Industrial Designer, he completed his studies in interaction design at the Royal College of Art in London. He collaborates as a researcher at Mediamatic in Amsterdam and at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea in Italy, where he develops a system for creating personal networks. He investigates interaction in digital networks in the public space at the Elisava School in Barcelona, where he is a teacher in undergraduate and postgraduate programs, as well as coordinator of international relations. He carries out projects with children on critical intervention and social interaction in Barcelona (with Idensitat) and Berlin (with Sabisa). He teaches workshops at European and Latin American Universities of Architecture or Design. He is editor of the magazine “Temas de Diseño”. He has exhibited and presented his work internationally.
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    July 11, 2017

    david berman

    Canada

    He is a member of the Icograda Executive Board, 2005 – 2007. David Berman has 25 years of experience in Graphic Design and Communications and has worked on the adaptation of printed materials for electronic distribution, including Web design and software interface development. As a Speaker, Graphic Designer, Communications Strategist, Typographer and Consultant, his professional work has been presented in more than ten countries in the past few years. His clients include IBM, the International Space Station, the Canadian Government, the World Bank and the Aga Khan Foundation.
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    July 11, 2017

    wendy chun

    USES

    Associate Professor in the Department of Modern Culture and Media at Brown University. He studies System Design Engineering and English Literature, which he combines and applies in his work on Digital Media. She is the author of Control and Freedom: Power and Paranoia in the Age of Fiber Optics (EMIT, 2006) and co-editor (with Thomas Keenan) of New Media, Old Media: A History and Theory Reader (Routledge 2005). He wrote a monograph titled Programmed Visions: Software, DNA, Race, published by MIT Press in 2008.
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    July 11, 2017

    Jose-Carlos Mariategui

    Peru

    Scientist (combined degree in Mathematics and Biology) and Media Theorist. President of Alta Tecnología Andina - ATA, an NGO dedicated to the development of research in Art, Science and Technology in Latin America. He has developed teaching and research activities as well as published various articles on Art, Science, Technology and Society. Member of the Cultural Diversity Committee of the Inter-Society of Electronic Arts (ISEA) and of the International Committee of ISEA 2002, Nagoya, Japan.
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    July 11, 2017

    Daisy Schultz

    Chile

    PhD in Philosophy. Editor of Cuerda Floja (www.lacuerdafloja.cl) and producer of En Torno a las Artes (U. de Chile radio station). He has published more than one hundred articles in specialized magazines. He has given Seminars at Universities in Latin America and Europe. He has been a speaker at International Congresses on Aesthetics, Semiotics and Philosophy. Award jury in Visual Arts contests in Latin America and Europe. She is currently a tenured professor (Faculty of Arts U. de Chile, Doctorate, Master and Bachelor), in the areas of Aesthetics, Epistemology of Aesthetic Sciences and Epistemology of Art History.
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    July 11, 2017

    Gonzalo Biffarella


    Argentina

    Composer at the Art School of the National Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina. He studied guitar with Irma Costanzo in Buenos Aires. Throughout his career he has received numerous national and international awards. His works have been regularly performed in nine countries in America and twelve in Europe.
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    July 11, 2017

    Rodrigo Alonso

    Argentina

    Bachelor of Arts from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA). Professor of History of Plastic Arts VI (contemporary art) and of an Audiovisual Expression Workshop at the UBA. Professor of the Chair of Production and Circulation of the Artistic Work and of the Chair of Contemporary Art II at the National University Institute of Art (IUNA). Creative member of the Art Technology and Communication career at the University of San Luis. He is a permanent advisor in the Electronic Arts area of the Museum of Modern Art and I am part of the advisory board for the first video art collection of the National Museum of Fine Arts.
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    July 11, 2017

    Lucas Bambozzi

    Brazil

    Since the end of the eighties, Bambozi has developed studies and artistic projects related to the expressiveness of audiovisual language with an emphasis on electronic media. His projects are made up of independent pieces, including a wide variety of formats, as well as installations, single channel videos, short films and interactive works. He has received several awards and his work has been exhibited internationally in individual and group shows in more than thirty countries.
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