Javier Villamil Santana

Economist from the National University with a specialization in project evaluation from the Universidad de los Andes. With more than 7 years of experience in the identification, generation and implementation of projects with public-private entities for the development of creative and cultural industries. He is currently a Senior Professional of the Bogotá Chamber of Commerce, an entity that leads the implementation of the Cluster of Creative and Content Industries of Bogotá - Region and the realization of the Bogota Audiovisual Market - BAM. He has been a panelist in national events of great importance for the creative sector such as BAM and FICCI.

  • Date
    March 27, 2003

    Asher Remy-Toledo

    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 the Hyphen Hub, a New York-based organization working at the intersection of art and emerging technology. Hyphen Hub produces live performances, large and small scale installations, exhibitions and immersive experiences. It also organizes art salons to debate and present new work and where leading thinkers and professionals in the world of science, art, design and technology meet. Hyphen Hub has built a global community of artists ranging from cyborgs, Fashion Tech designers, bionic men and women, and artists employing robotics, VR, AR, and XR (Experiential Reality).
  • Date
    March 27, 2004

    Barbara London

    Yale School of Art
    Barbara London is a curator and writer who founded the exhibition and media and video collection programs at the Museum of Modern Art, where she worked from 1973 to 2013. Exhibitions organized by Ms. London include solo shows with the pioneers of media Nam June Paik, Bill Viola, Steina Vasulka, Joan Jonas, Shigeko Kubota, Peter Campus, Gary Hill, and Laurie Anderson. She was the first curator from the United States to show the work of Asian artists Zhang Peili, Song Dong, Teiji Furuhashi, Feng Mengbo, and Yang Fudong. His thematic exhibitions at MoMA have included Video from Tokyo to Fukui and Kyoto; New video from China; Anime!; Looking at Music, parts 1-3; Music video: the Industry and its Fringes; and in 2013 Probes: A Contemporary Score. He also organized Media City Seoul in 2000.
  • Date
    May 22, 2017

    Klaus Fruchtnis

    Fruchtnis (1978) is a Colombian-French artist, technologist and teacher. Graduated in Fine Arts from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts, Master in Design, Art and Technology from the Sorbonne, he was part of the EnsadLad research group at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Decoratifs, in Paris, where he lives and works.
  • Date
    May 24, 2017

    michel lefebvre

    Michel Lefebvre is co-founding director of Agence TOPO, an arts center dedicated to the creation, production, and dissemination of projects at the intersection of visual arts, literature, and digital media.
  • Date
    July 14, 2017

    Barbara Layne


    Barbara Layne is a professor at Concordia University in Montreal. He has lectured and exhibited internationally, including most recently The Kaunas Biennale in Lithuania, Sensual Technologies at ISEA, Istanbul, This Pervasive Day in Edinburgh, and Electromode at the Vancouver Olympics.
  • Date
    May 7, 2018

    marco maria gazzano

    A student of Cinema, Electronic Arts and intermediality theories, he is a Ph.D Professor of Cinema, Photography and Television at the University of Roma Tre where, since 2003, he has taught Cinema, “Electronic Arts and theories of intermediality”, “Analysis and interpretation of the film” and has curated numerous International Conferences. Since 1984 he has taught at Italian and European Universities and has collaborated with Rai (Italian Radio Television) and Tsi (Italian-Swiss Television) Experimental Cultural programs.
  • Date
    May 7, 2018

    Juan Cortes


    Born in Bogotá in 1989. Master of Arts with emphasis in audiovisual media from Universidad de los Andes, 2012. He has developed projects in countries such as France, United States, Spain, Mexico, England, Colombia, Germany and Belgium.
  • 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.