James Bridle is a writer, artist, publisher and technologist usually based in London, UK. His work covers the intersection of literature, culture and the network. He has written for WIRED, ICON, Domus, Cabinet, the Atlantic and many other publications, and writes a regular column for the Observer newspaper on publishing and technology.
Revital Cohen and Tuur Van Balen run a London based experimental practice operating on the border between art and design. Inspired by designer species, composed wilderness and mechanical organs, they produce fictional objects, photographs and videos exploring the juxtaposition of the natural with the artificial.
Raquel Meyers works with low-res graphics and photography for performance, web, video and installations. Currently she’s experimenting with storytelling and text mode visuals (ascii, petscii, etc) together with the musician Goto80.
Energy Flow is a non-linear film experience that explores the physical, social and spiritual tensions in our world.
Kyle McDonald is a media artist who works with code, with a background in philosophy and computer science. He creates intricate systems with playful realizations, sharing the source and challenging others to create and contribute.
Moritz Stefaner works as a “truth and beauty operator” on the crossroads of data visualization, information aesthetics and user interface design. With a background in Cognitive Science and Interface Design his work beautifully balances analytical and aesthetic aspects in mapping abstract and complex phenomena.
Originally from San Francisco, Evan Boehm is a Motion/Code Director and has directed animation work for companies such as Virgin Atlantic and Coca-Cola and created interactive games for global brands such as Hasbro, Manchester United and Universal Music.
A self-described gear geek, Chilean-born producer, Alejandra Iglesias, AKA Dinky spends much of he time hunched over samplers and synths, romantically obsessing over her discipline.
Joanne McNeil is a writer interested in the ways technology is shaping art, identity, and culture.
Memo Akten is a visual artist, director, musician and engineer working at the intersection of art and technology. Developing and appropriating new technologies, he explores processes of visualizing the invisible; extracting and amplifying the unseen relationships within images, space, movement, sound and time.
Hendrik Weber a.k.a. Pantha du Prince does not worry about what is music. For music is always already there, even without humans. The mission, then, must be to render audible what is unheard and unheard of: black noise, a frequency that is inaudible to man.
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