Artists

Annie Abrahams
Annie Abrahams  is an artist with a doctoral degree in biology from the university of Utrecht and a BA from the Academy of fine arts of Arnhem.  In her work with video,  performance and  the internet, she questions the...
Mark Amerika
The world's first feature-length mobile phone art film. A story about a future world where the dream of living in utopia can only be sustained by a nomadic tribe of artists and intellectuals, Mark Amerika's Immobilité mashes up the language of "...
Lisa Anderson
I am an artist working across different media conceptually developing projects that relate to specific critical pursuits and ideas revolving around issues of landscape/environment; the body/social interaction/health and the built surface/ urban...
JL Andruszkiewicz
Jan L Andruszkiewicz is an artist and Mphil Candidate at Curtin University in Perth Western Australia, and a member of the MAPS group. His research interest lies within the informational nature of pixels, exploring the internal relationships that...
Thomas Ankersmit
Thomas Ankersmit (1979, Leiden, Netherlands) is a musician and installation artist based in Berlin and Amsterdam. His main instruments are the Serge analogue modular synthesizer, computer and alto saxophone. He frequently works together with New...
Warren Armstrong
Warren Armstrong is a new media artist from Sydney, Australia whose practice encompasses web-based art, sonification, locative sound work and augmented reality. He is a member of the international augmented reality art collective, Manifest.AR, and...
Roy Ascott
Roy Ascott is an artist and theorist whose research is invested in cybernetics, technoetics, telematics, and syncretism. He is the founding president of the Planetary Collegium, an international platform for art, technology and consciousness...
Emőke Bada
Emőke Bada (HU/NGR) primarily works with still and moving images, but her experiments often lead her to other types of expression like text, experiences, objects and events. For most of her life she has moved between continents and cultures, using...
Gavin Baily
Gavin is an artist and programmer living in London. He often collaborates with Tom Corby and Jonathan Mackenzie on projects that synthesize arts and science. He is currently a researcher on DataArt, a visualisaton project at the University of...
Anna Barros
  Multimedia artist, she lived  in Los Angeles where she was awarded a BFA at the Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design.  MFA Arts Universidade de São Paulo; PhD in Communications and Semiotics, Pontifícia Universidade...
Maurice Benayoun
  Maurice Benayoun is a pioneer new media artist living in Paris, France. His work and research explores the potentiality of various media from video, to virtual reality, Web and wireless art, public space large scale art installations and...
Bello Benischauer
Bello Benischauer is an artist (Australia/Austria), working across installation, video and performance art. Spending ten years in various places like South and Central America, Pakistan, Iran, Nepal, South and East Africa, Indonesia, New Zealand,...
David Bowen
David Bowen was born in the United States in 1975. He is an award winning studio artist and educator. His work has been featured in numerous publications, group and solo exhibitions nationally and internationally. He received his BFA from Herron...
Kirsty Boyle
    Kirsty Boyle is an Australian artist whose passion for robots has driven her to travel the world in order to work with other like-minded puppeteers, animators and roboticists.  Her practice is truly interdisciplinary,...
Priscilla Bracks
Priscilla is a visual artist practising in photography, digital illustration, installation, and new-media. Before completing a first class honours degree in Photography at the Queensland College of Art in 2002, Priscilla studied and practiced law in...
Paul Brown
Paul Brown is an artist and writer who has specialised in art, science & technology since the late-1960s and in computational & generative art since the mid 1970s. His early work involved creating large scale lighting works for musicians...
Andrew Burrell
  Andrew Burrell is a Sydney based hybrid-media artist working in the realm of real time 3d, interactive installation and networked environments. He is exploring notions of self and narrative and the implications of virtual worlds and...
Dan Buzzo
Dan Buzzo is an Artist, Designer, Researcher and Educator working with new media and creative technologies. His primary interests are in non-narrative moving image, generative media, interaction design, interdisciplinary research and co-creation....
Karen Casey
Karen Casey is an interdisciplinary artist who employs a variety of traditional and new media in exploring intersections between the arts, science and society. Casey has an ongoing interest in creativity in relation to perception and cognition....
Richard Castelli
Richard Castelli is the founder and director of Epidemic and is the curator of several exhibitions among others in Berlin (Haus der Berliner Festspiele in 2005, Martin-Gropius-Bau in 2007-2008), in Shanghai (Zendai MoMA 2006 and 2008, Sculpture Art...
Ayoka Chenzira
Ayoka Chenzira is a filmmaker, digital media artist and founding director of the Digital Moving Image Salon at Spelman College in the U.S.. She earned a Ph.D. at the Georgia Institute of Technology where she developed her concept of Haptic Cinema...
Kathy Cleland
Dr Kathy Cleland is a curator, writer and researcher specialising in new media art and digital culture. She is Director of the Digital Cultures Program at The University of Sydney, an innovative cross-disciplinary program that critically...
Ian Clothier
Ian Clothier is Director of Intercreate Research Centre (intercreate.org), Founder and Co-director of SCANZ residency, symposium and exhibition and Senior Academic at Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki New Zealand. As an artist his...
Susan Collins
Susan Collins works across public, gallery and online spaces. Her recent works mainly employ transmission, networking and time as primary materials, often exploring the role of illusion or belief in their construction and interpretation. Colllins...
Jeff Conefry
Jeff Conefry is a media artist and painter specializing in 3d content development and interactive interface design.  His recent projects include, media production and technical systems for the U.S. Pavilion, Venice Biennale of Architecture,...
Ina Conradi Chavez
Ina’s current research undertaken at the Nanyang Technological University, at the School of Art, Design and Media, in Singapore, is continuing into exploring image-making methodologies on a larger scale, creating illusions that transform the viewer’...
Tom Corby
Tom's interdisciplinary artworks (in collaboration with Gavin Baily and Jonathan Mackenzie) have been internationally exhibited and have won numerous awards including: nomination for the FILE Festival Digital Language award 2010; the jury nominated...
David Cotterrell
David is an installation artist working across varied media including video, audio, interactive media, artificial intelligence, device control and hybrid technology. His work exhibits political, social and behavioural analyses of the environments...
Charles Csuri
Charles Csuri is best known for pioneering the field of computer graphics, computer animation and digital fine art, creating the first computer art in 1964. Csuri has been recognized as the father of digital art and computer animation by the...
Sean Cubitt
Sean Cubitt is Director of the Program in Media and Communications at the University of Melbourne and Honorary Professor of the University of Dundee. His publications include Timeshift: On Video Culture (Comedia/Routledge, 1991), Videography:...
Mark Cypher
Mark Cypher is a new media artist and Chair of Digital Media at Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia. His practice reflects an ongoing engagement with the practice and discourse of interactivity particularly in relation to actor-network...
Christopher Dodds
Christopher Dodds is an artist, producer, and manager of The Australian Centre of Virtual Art. He is also the founding director of www.iconinc.com.au - a leading digital marketing agency based in Melbourne, and a director of www.iconpr.com.au. 
Vince Dziekan
BIOGRAPHY   Dr Vince Dziekan is Associate Dean Research in the Faculty of Art & Design at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. In addition, he is affiliated with the Foundation for Art & Creative Technology (FACT) in Liverpool,...
John Eacott
John Eacott and Informal make music by sonifying live environmental data. Flood Tide makes music from the flow of tidal water. It has been performed 10 times on rivers Thames and Avon with more performances scheduled in 2012.  Hour Angle makes...
Elisabeth Eitelberger
Elisabeth M. Eitelberger (Australia/Austria) is a co-founder of ART IN PROCESS with artist Bello Benischauer, an independent entity since 2000. Together they create work that is experimental, involves interactions with the public and functions...
Renate Ferro
Renate Ferro is an artist working in emerging technology and culture. She is co-moderator for the list serve -EMPYRE-soft-skinned space <http://empyre.library.cornell.edu/> and a Visiting Assistant Professor in Art at Cornell University...
Eric Forman
Eric Forman is a New York-based artist working with interactive sculpture, robotics, and responsive installations. His work crosses boundaries between fine art and design, combining the subversive and the functional.  Eric is currently an...
Robin Gareus
Robin Gareus graduated in 2002 in Physics at the University of Heidelberg,Germany and CERN, Switzerland after which he worked for two years as an engineer at Berkeley-Lab, California before switching to Multi-Media/FLOSS R&D in 2005, relocating...
Tina Gonsalves
My work has always explored aspects of the intimacies and vulnerabilities of being human. Most of us go through life hiding our wounds and vulnerabilities, or trying as best we can to conceal them. I look to the ways art, science and technology can...
Baruch Gottlieb
Baruch Gottlieb is a Montreal-born media artist exploring navigable fiction and documentary. 2005-2008, Gottlieb was assistant professor in Media Art at Yonsei University Graduate School of Communication and Arts, he is currently artist-...
Jane Grant
Jane Grant is an artist and academic. Her collaborative work with scientists, musicians, composers and designers has resulted in award winning projects including, The Fragmented Orchestra with John Matthias and Nick Ryan which was winner of the...
Scenocosme Gregory Lasserre & Anais met den Ancxt
Gregory Lasserre and Anais met den Ancxt are two contemporary artists who work together as a duo with the name Scenocosme (www.scenocosme.com). They Live in France. They use interactive art, music and architecture in order to create...
Aroha Groves
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Mark Guglielmetti
Guglielmetti explores the formation of cultural identity vis-a-vis encoded and decoded systems. He is  currently researching the relationship between cinema and artificial life and, the expressive potential to co-evolve an artificial life...
Johanna Gustafsson Fürst
      Johanna Gustafsson Fürst is an artist, born and based in Stockholm. In 2003, she gained an MFA from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. Her practice consists of context-based and site-sensitive installations, which...
Ian Haig
Ian Haig works at the intersection of visual arts and media arts. His work explores the strangeness of everyday reality and focuses on the themes of the human body, devolution, abjection, transformation and psychopathology, often seen through the...
Georg Hajdu
Georg Hajdu is professor of multimedia composition and music theory at the Hamburg University of Music and Drama. His areas of interest include multimedia, microtonality, algorithmic, interactive and networked music performance. He has founded...
Sigune Hamann
Sigune Hamann is an artist who deals with still and moving images. This encompasses hybrid media forms combining analogue and digital processes. She explores the effects of time and perception on the construction of mental images in photographs,...
Peter Hardie
Peter Hardie: artist statement My work is driven by the observation and reaction to specific moments in time and place of landscape. In the current work this is willow trees swaying in the wind, reflecting on a rippling river. The sensations derived...
Birgit Hauska
  Birgit Hauska *1961 Cultural Education and Mediation / New Media Art and Film at SK Stiftung Kultur, Germany Studied at the dance department of the sports university Deutsche Sporthochschule in Cologne 1990 to 1991 editorial work at "ballett...
Tim Head
  Tim Head was born in 1946 in London. He studied at the University of Newcastleupon- Tyne from 1965 to 1969, where his teachers included Richard Hamilton and Ian Stephenson. In 1968 he went to New York where he worked as an assistant...
Nigel Helyer
Dr Nigel Helyer (a.k.a. DrSonique) is an independent sculptor and sound-artist. He is the director of a small multidisciplinary team Sonic Objects; Sonic Architecture which has forged an international reputation for large scale sound-sculpture...
Indae Hwang
Hwang’s research explores the impact of aesthetics in the perception of location-based information. His work focuses on the aestheticization of artifacts, such as RFID tags, Ubisense Tags, AR Markers, and mobile devices, to connect...
Salvatore Iaconesi
Salvatore Iaconesi is an interaction designer, robotics engineer, artist, hacker. He currently teaches Interaction Design and cross-media practices at the University of Rome "La Sapienza", Faculty of Architecture, Department of Industrial Design. He...
Troy Innocent
Dr Troy Innocent is a world builder, iconographer and reality newbie. Since 1989, he has been constructing languages and evolving artificial worlds. He has received numerous awards, including Honorary Mention, LIFE 2.0: Artificial Life, Spain (...
Vicky Isley
Vicky Isley is a Research Lecturer at the National Centre for Computer Animation (Bournemouth University) and one half of the duo boredomresearch, collaborating with Paul Smith since 1996 she has been making artworks inspired by the diversity that...
Helen Varley Jamieson
Helen Varley Jamieson is a writer, theatre practitioner and digital artist from New Zealand. In 2008 she completed a Master of Arts (research) at Queensland University of Technology (Australia) investigating her practice of cyberformance - live...
Sophie Jerram
  Sophie Jerram is an independent Wellington-based artist, curator and writer, interested in interdisciplinary practice, in working outside conventional museological contexts and in spillage into the commercial world. Her work tends to play on...
Heather Kapplow
Heather Kapplow is a media, performance and installation artist, living in the United States. Her artistic focus is on the formal characteristics and textures of digital media, and on investigating very simple philosophical questions about the...
John Kim
John Kim is an Assistant Professor of Media and Cultural Studies specializing in New Media Theory and Practice at Macalester College. Before arriving at Macalester, John taught at the University of San Francisco, Stanford University and Williams...
Olga Kisseleva
Born in St. Petersburg (1965), Olga Kisseleva belongs to the first generation of Russian intelligentsia after Perestroika.  From the middle of the 90s, on the invitation of the Fulbright Foundation she found a roof for her work in the research...
Karen Lancel
'I am part of the networks and the networks are part of me...I link, therefore I am.' William J. Mitchell, ME++: The Cyborg Self and the Networked City. Karen Lancel and Hermen Maat design ‘meeting places’ in city public spaces. These ‘meeting...
Ben Landau
Ben Landau is a young designer working in experimental, exhibition, event and theatre design. He creates unique experiences for users and audiences – from delightful puppet encounters to interactive exhibits and engaging theatre pieces. Ben avidly...
Joel Louie
Joel is a doctoral candidate at Curtin University of Technology (Perth, Australia). Joel's research and creative practice seek to explore how our relationship to computing technology is effected and affected through mediation with embodied...
Jonathan Mackenzie
Jonathan Mackenzie has worked for over twenty years on research projects that overlap art, science and computing. He is particularly interested in algorithms as creative tools, and in complexity science. He has a PhD from King's College London, and...
Teoman Madra
Born 1931 in Istanbul, lives and works in Istanbul. Photography and multi-media artist started his half a century production in May 1964,with his first abstract photography exhibition at the Municipal Art Gallery Beyoğlu Istanbul. His abstract-...
Bryan Mather
Bryan is a polymath with two specific fields of expertise; Information Technology and Fine Art. Since 1981 he has had twin careers, and alternates between periods of IT consulting and working as an artist.
Shane Mc Kenna
Shane Mc Kenna is a music maker and educator based in Dublin where he studied both music education and music and media technology in Trinity College Dublin. He specialized first in performance on the classical guitar before turning to composition...
Dugal McKinnon
Dugal McKinnon is a sound artist, composer of electronic, instrumental and multimedia work, and a writer on contemporary music. His installation projects include Popular Archeology: Cassette, 1967-1994 (for Letting Space, NZ), Geophony (for the Adam...
Manfred Mohr
Manfred Mohr is considered a pioneer of digital art. After discoveringProf. Max Bense's information aesthetics in the early 1960's, Mohr'sartistic thinking was radically changed. Within a few years, his arttransformed from abstract expressionism to...
Vera Molnar
Vera Molnar was born in Budapest but has lived and worked in Paris for many years. She tells us that she started painting at the age of twelve, her first subject matter, nymphs and trees, inspired by an uncle. She soon progressed to more...
Sean Montgomery
Sean Montgomery grew up in a small town in Northern California, USA, got his Bachelor's degree in Psychology and went on to get his Ph.D. in Neuroscience. During his studies, Sean began creating art works exploring the intersection between biology...
yota morimoto
Yota Morimoto (*1981) is a Japanese composer born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, currently undertaking a doctorate research at the University of Birmingham, UK. His works explore unconventional approaches to generating and transmitting sound, implementing...
Paul Moss
Astrozone. A  Paul Moss project exhibiting 5 Kiwi Astro-photographers, set to music composed and performed by Dave Schofield. The piece begins slowly with reality star fields, nebulosity, comets and globular clusters, moving into fantasy...
Valentina Nisi
Valentina Nisi is an Assistant Professor at the University of Madeira working in the area of Digital Interactive Media and Arts as part of the CMU|Portugal Program. Her research focuses on designing and producing digitally mediated experiences in...
Karen O'Rourke
Karen O’Rourke is an artist and writer. Born in Ithaca, New York, she currently lives and works in Paris, France. Exhibitions, telecommunications events, installations, bookworks, software. Among them: City Portraits, Paris Réseau/ Paris Network,...
Kilian Ochs
PARTICIPATION AND PERFORMANCE Kilian Ochs was invited to ISEA 2011 with his futuristic analogue-digital hybrid "Sphere 12/16" which will be presented around Cumhuriyet Art Gallery in Taksim Square. "Sphere 12/16" will be featuring Joscha Steffens at...
Selavy Oh
Selavy Oh has been created as an avatar in the virtual world of Second Life in February 2007. Since then, she showed her work in various exhibition both inside the virtual world and in mixed-reality shows. At ISEA 2011, Selavy Oh is present as...
Jelle Valk & Olav Huizer
Jelle Valk together with Olav Huizer and 3 others founded the WERC artist collective, which focuses on new media design approaches mixing animation, video, typography, graphic design, audio, sculpture and architecture.
Julian Oliver
Julian Oliver is a New Zealander and Critical Engineer based in Berlin. His projects and papers have been presented at many museums, international electronic-art events and conferences, including the Tate Modern, Transmediale, Ars Electronica and...
Basak Dilara Ozdemir
BAŞAK DİLARA ÖZDEMİR  ( b. 1981 )  Pianist- Composer She started studying piano under the guidance of Prof. Sibel Atal Devrim at Istanbul State University Conservatory at the age of seven. For further studies in piano and composition she...
Mike Paulin
Mike Paulin is Associate Professor of Zoology at the University of Otago in New Zealand.  He studies fundamental questions about brain function using computer models of early nervous system evolution, and models of nervous system function in...
Maja Petrić
Maja Petrić is an artist, a PhD candidate and a predoctoral associate at University of Washington’s Center for Digital Art and Experimental Media (DXARTS). She holds a Masters degree in new media art from New York University, Tisch School of the...
Anat Pollack
ANAT POLLACK is an Assistant Professor of Digital Video and Electronic Arts at the University of South Florida. She is a convergent media artist, who utilizes digital and mechanical systems to stimulate memory and nostalgia and link these with...
Julian Priest
Julian Priest is an artist and researcher, whose research is currently focused on the physical and cultural boundaries between technology and the environment and the relationship between energy and information, realising projects primarily in...
Lisa Reihana
Lisa Reihana was born in 1964 and grew up in Blockhouse Bay in Auckland, New Zealand. She began her art training at Elam School of Fine Arts at Auckland University in 1983 focusing firstly on sculpture, but later moving into time-based arts...
Don Ritter
Content Osmosis This paper will discuss how Content Osmosis is used within various electronic and non-electronic media and why it is a medium subterfuge. Media subterfuges refer to media content that is created or distributed for reasons other than...
Danielle Roney
  Danielle Roney is an artist working with hybridization, immersive environments and interactive media architecture in the context of global identity structures. She presented concepts in transnational, networked public spaces at TEDGlobal 2005...
Daan Roosegaarde
Artist and architect Daan Roosegaarde (1979) explores the dawn of a new nature that is evolving from technological innovations by creating interactive landscapes that instinctively respond to sound and movement. Roosegaarde’s remarkable works of art...
Cristiano Rosa
“Short lived like a butterfly” is an audiovisual performance that uses unique electronic instruments, delicate and unstable, built by the combination of assorted materials found at electronic debris, using Circuit Bending. These devices when...
Gavin Sade
Gavin is a designer in the field of interactive computational media, with a background in music and sonology. He formed the group Kuuki with Priscilla Bracks in 2005. In addition to his work with Kuuki, Gavin also teaches interaction design at the...
Mechthild Schmidt
Mechthild Schmidt, building on a fine arts and history background (Universität der Künste + Freie Universität, Berlin), has worked in digital media since her DAAD (German Academic Exchange Program) grant to New York in the mid-eighties. She...
Cara-Ann Simpson
Cara-Ann Simpson (b. 1985) is a multidisciplinary artist with a focus on sculpture, sound, space and the participant. Cara-Ann is concerned with modes of listening/hearing in social situations and how people interact with sound. In 2011, Cara-Ann...
Helen Sloan
SCAN, Helen Sloan  has been Director of SCAN, Digital and Interdisciplinary Arts Agency since its launch in 2003. SCAN is a networked organization and creative development agency working on arts projects and strategic initiatives in arts...
Susan Sloan
Susan Sloan is a Lecturer and Research Fellow at the National Centre for Computer Animation, Bournemouth University. She works collaboratively and individually, using animation to create artworks and public projects; including her ongoing study into...
Paul Smith
Paul Smith is a Research Lecturer at the National Centre for Computer Animation (Bournemouth University) and one half of the duo boredomresearch, collaborating with Vicky Isley since 1996 he has been making artworks inspired by the diversity...
Anne Morgan Spalter
Anne Morgan Spalter is an artist, writer, and educator whose career reflects her long-standing goal of integrating art and technology. She creates art works that explore the concept of the “modern landscape” through both the subject matter and...
Igor Stromajer
Igor Štromajer www.intima.org [intimate | low-tech | mobile | guerrilla | emotional communication strategies & para-artistic tactics] Suggested works: Ballettikka Internettikka – Internet Ballet (2001–2011): www.intima.org/bi Expunction –...
Tamiko Thiel
Tamiko Thiel is exhibiting augmented reality works in: "Not There," a Kasa Gallery show of Manifest.AR artworks for the Venice Biennial 2011 Intervention "Invisible Istanbul," an AR intervention in the Istanbul Biennial in collaboration with the...
Paul Thomas
Associate Professor  Paul Thomas  has a joint position as the  Head of Painting at the College of Fine Art, University of New South Wales and Head of Creative Technologies at the Centre for Culture and Technology at Curtin...
Jo Tito
Kiaora, Ko Jo Tito tōku ingoa, nō Aotearoa ahau! Me mihi i te tuatahi ki te whenua i Istanbul kua karanga mai ki a mātou o Aotearoa mō tēnei kaupapa whakahirahira. Me mihi hoki ki ngā tāngata whenua, nā koutou te manaaki ki a mātou. Otira, tātou...
John Tonkin
  this is just my Doppelgängermy real profile is at http://isea2011.sabanciuniv.edu/.tonkin  
Patrick Tresset
  Patrick is a French artist/scientist currently based in London. On the artistic side Patrick uses what he calls "clumsy robotics" to create autonomous cybernetic entities that are playful projections of the artist. On the scientific side...
Sonja van Kerkhoff
Sonja van Kerkhoff (Hawera, Taranaki, Aotearoa/New Zealand, 1960) was born to a Dutch father and a Scottish-Irish New Zealand mother in a family of nine and raised on a dairy farm under Mount Taranaki. She has exhibited widely since the mid-1980s...
Polak VanBekkum
The energy of the morning is fluid. It grows stronger and warmer over time. A small machine manages to catch up and translate this orbit and its daily differences. Women: “You must have made this machine yourself. What it in the bottle, gasoline?”...
Sander Veenhof
  I'm an Amsterdam based artist (NL, 1973) with a hybrid background in computer science and media art, graduating at the 'instable media' department Gerrit Rietveld Academy. In my work I focus on the connections between beings in whatever form...
Mari Velonaki
Mari Velonaki is an artist and researcher who has worked in the field of interactive installation art since 1995. Her practice engages the spectator/participant with digital and robotic “characters” in interplays stimulated by sensory triggered...
Pieter Verhees
  Pieter Verhees, NL Drama, sculpture and mechanics.From these disciplines he composes art-works, performances and installations in the real and digital  domain. Fascinated by the way we interpret ourselves and how we relate to this whole...
Roman Verostko
Roman Verostko, born in  1929, maintains an experimental studio in Minneapolis where he has developed original algorithmic procedures for creating art.  Active as an exhibiting artist since 1963, his earliest use of electronics consisted...
Nils Völker
Nils Völker is an artist and communication designer living and working in Berlin.  In 2009 he started to create artworks with the means of physical computing somewhere at the intersection of technology and art. His installation "One Hundred and...
Gwenola Wagon
Untamed Disco / Discothèque sauvage / 2011
Nina Waibel
Nina Waibel * 1983 studied History of Arts, Media Scienes and Anthropology in Cologne, Germany and cultural education in Paris, France.  MA thesis about Marina Abramovic, performance art and the meaning of pain. Since 2007 she works for the SK...
Te Huirangi Waikerepuru
Dr Te Huirangi Waikerepuru is a Taranaki kaumatua with a nationally significant record of contributions to the cultural life of Aotearoa including early work in developing Māori Television and ensuring a path for legislation of the Māori...
Beth Warshafsky
  Beth Warshafsky works as an academic, artist, and designer in New York City.  She is an Adjunct Professor at Pratt Institute where she coordinates the Foundation Art Program’s 4 Dimensional Design.  She also teaches Motion Design...
Paul Wiersbinski
Paul Wiersbinski studied video art with Mark Leckey and Douglas Gordon at the Städelschule in Frankfurt (Main). He has assisted artists such as Tim Staffe, Asta Gröting and the VJ-team monitor.automatique. His own work has been screened in intl....