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  • Jean Michel Bruyère, born 1959, lives and works in Dakar as filmmaker, director, writer, sculptor, photographer and graphic artist. He is founding and artistic director of "la fabriks" [Groupe d‘Intervention Artistique Internationale - international...
  • Composer. His work focuses on the field between music and technology. It ranges from New Music and Electro-Acoustic Composition to Media Art. In 1997 he was commissioned to produce a Multi-Media Opera for the opening of the new building of the ZKM....
  • Peter Kogler born 1959 in Innsbruck, lives and works in Vienna. Studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Professorship at the State University of Fine Arts – Städelschule in Frankfurt/Main, at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Le Mans, at...
  • Lin Pey-Chwen was born in Ping-tong County, Taiwan in 1959. She received a Doctor of Creative Arts from the University of Wollongong, Australia in 1996. She was chairwoman of the Graduate School of Multimedia and Animation Arts, National Taiwan...
  • Joachim Sauter is a media artist, designer and educator. He focussed on digital technologies and how they can be used to express content, form and narration. Saute is Professor of New Media and Design at the Universität der Künste Berlin, and in...
  • Victoria Vesna, Ph.D., is a media artist and Professor at the UCLA Department of Design | Media Arts and Director of the Art|Sci center at the School of the Arts and California Nanosystems Institute (CNSI). She is currently a senior researcher at...
  • Based in Montreal, Bill Vorn is active in the field of Robotic Art since 1992. His installation and performance projects involve robotics and motion control, sound, lighting, video and cybernetic processes. He pursues research and creation on...
  • Tamas Waliczky was born in 1959, Budapest, Hungary. New media artist. He started out by creating animations at the age of nine. Then he worked as painter, illustrator and photographer. He began working with computers in 1983. He was...
  • George, Frank Honywill. Automation, Cybernetics and Society. New York: L. Hill, 1959.