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Helen Varley Jamieson


I am a writer, theatre practitioner & digital artist from New Zealand, currently based in Munich, Germany. I hold a Master of Arts (Research) investigating my practice of cyberformance, that is live performance on the internet. I am a founding member of the globally dispersed cyberformance troupe Avatar Body Collision, and part of the UpStage project, an open source web-based platform for cyberformance.



Montréal/Rotterdam based media designer, artist and researcher

I often work around forms of (mediated) collective storytelling. I tell the stories through a different interface, revealing or questioning structures and assumptions inherent to the underpinning systems. Central to my practice is working with FLOSS and hardware hacking as a means to re-purpose objects and to endow them with functionalities that challenge perception.

Ingrid Molnar


As an indepentend filmmaker I filmed, edited an published more than 25 films and videos until to day. Most of them are documentaries. I work as a freelance editor for the German Documentaries Catalogues and I assist the members of the German Documentary Association to get their profiles and films online..

Jane Moloney

Audience of arts, especially performance arts (film, dance, theatre, spoken word). DJ. Feminist. Doctorate in Literature (NZ), focus on relationship between self, language and gender and sexual identity. Work in health management, focus on primary healthcare and health inequities. Provocative, iconoclast.

Jeanne Jo

Jeanne Jo is a media artist who works with high and low technologies to investigate the stereotypically gendered. Her artwork has been widely exhibited both nationally and internationally. She received an MFA in Digital+Media from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2008, where she was a President’s Scholar and recipient of many awards, including a Graduate Award of Excellence. Her BFA is from the University of Nevada, Reno, where she minored in Art History and screamed in a hardcore band. She has taught at RISD, Brown University, Emerson College, and Hostos Community College in New York City. In 2009, she co-founded a Brooklyn gallery called Tompkins Projects. She is a Media Arts & Practice PhD student at the University of Southern California.

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Jennifer Chan


Toronto artist and curator currently based in Syracuse, NY. Works in performance, installation, video, webcams, live feeds, and theoretical writing. Previously curated at InterAccess and Vtape. Has worked and lived in Toronto and Hong Kong. http://www.jennifer-chan.com

Jodi Rose

I'm an artist, writer, radio producer and experimental music composer who first started listening to bridge cables in 1994, and created Singing Bridges, an urban sonic sculpture using the cables of bridges as musical instruments on a global scale. I work with field-recordings, on-site interventions and improvisation, in collaboration with artists around the world, and have traversed the globe from Helsinki to the Mekong Delta and Singapore to Paris, in an endless quest for bridge music. Work is recently exhibited, broadcast & performed at ISEA, European Sound Delta, Pixelache, Transit Lounge, Liquid Architecture 9, soundmuseum.fm, Das Kleine Field Recordings Festival & Radio WNE.

Josely Carvalho


My individual work as an artist has developed within the structure of a visual diary - a journal, perhaps a journey. "Diary of Images", the name I have given to the body of my work, is an on-going process, a record of events, an exposé of cultural issues, a receptacle of personal and collective memories. From photo-silkscreen to video, from physical to digital, the body of my work in the last 30 years can be described as an open hybrid book. At present, I have added olfactory art as a new medium and its capacity to resurface emotions and individual/collective memories.

Judith Darmont


Judith created her first digital paintings in the early 90s. Her relentless creation, combined with a spirit of constant technological discovery push her into innovative artistic fields. Beaubourg, La Vidéothèque de Paris, Le Palais de Tokyo soon host her creations.
She multiplies artistic collaborations and her appearances on French and international stages.

Today Judith is one of the most active digital artists in France. She set up several "multimedia bands" with electrojazz musicians or DJs and created live visual performances. Judith also works on many private events for branding, festivals and shows. She creates digital content, installations and digital performances.


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Julianne Pierce

Julianne Pierce is an Australian curator, writer and producer specialising in digital and media arts. In September 2007 she relocated to the UK to take up the position of Executive Producer with Blast Theory. She has worked in the Australian arts and digital media sector for many years and from 2000 to 2005 was the Executive Director of ANAT (Australian Network for Art and Technology). She has curated several events and exhibitions including Primavera, the annual exhibition of emerging Australian artists for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney in 2003 and the Artists’ Week program for the Adelaide Festival of Arts in 2006 and 2008. Julianne is a founding member of the influential computer artist group VNS Matrix, who exhibited widely in Australia and internationally from 1991 - 1997.