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  • Michael Naimark is a media artist and researcher who often explores "place representation" and its impact on culture. He has served as faculty in the USC School of Cinematic Arts' Interactive Media Division (2004-09), the NYU Tisch School of the...
  • Jill Scott is an Artist and Professor for Art and Science in the Institute Cultural Studies in the Arts, at the Zurich University of the Arts. She holds a PhD form the University of Wales (UK), MA of USF, San Francisco, and a Degree in Education from...
  • Fucks, Wilhelm. On Mathematical Analysis of Style Biometrika 39, no. 1/2 (April 1952): 122 - 129.
  • Professor of cultural and media studies at Lodz University, Poland, where he is a Chair of School of Media and Audiovisual Culture. Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź.

    2001 – 2006: Professor of Media Art and Media Theory, Academy of...
  • 1973 first video experiments; in the 1980s starts a video program at the Cornish College of the Arts; since 1985 lives in Seattle (USA). Gary Hill is one of the most important contemporary artists investigating the relationships between words, sounds...
  • An Australian electronic musician, video artist and electronic engineer. "I have been active in video production since 1974. My first involvement was with Bush Video and the Paddington Video Access Centre where I learnt video editing and technical...
  • Born in Brunswick, Germany, in 1951. Studied economics and communications at University of Hannover and University of Göttingen, 1973-79. Artist and publisher. Editor of European Photography magazine, Göttingen and Berlin, since 1980. 1985-94...
  • Matt Mullican is a artist use subjective cosmology strategies to represent the world and the human condition mainly in symbolical related forms . His work often take shape of immersive installations and make use of analog techniques and encyclopaedic...
  • Joseph Nechvatal's contemporary art practice engages in the fragile wedding of image production and image resistance. Through his version of an art-of-noise, he brings a subversive reading to the human body through computational viruses, articulating...
  • Martin Rieser, was visiting Professor Pervasive Media Studio Bristol and Professor of Digital Creativity, at the Institute of Creative Technologies, in De Montfort University, Leicester. In 1990 he began experimenting with permanent digital ceramic...