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Andreas Angelidakis
Kathy Brew
Natalie Bookchin
Maureen Boucher
Dawnja Burris
Ted Byfield
Michael Century
Robert Chang
Vuk Cosic
Chris Csiksentmihalyi

Stephanie Davenport
Sara Diamond
Ricardo Dominguez
Jane Farver
Alexander R. Galloway
Blake Goble
Kathy Goncharov
Carl Goodman
Amanda Gould
Marc Greene
Nathon Gunn



Andreas Angelidakis
Andreas Angelidakis: Born in Athens, Greece in 1968,and lives in New York City.He holds a masters in Architectural Design from Columbia University, and maintains an office at www.angelidakis.com

Kathy Brew
Kathy Brew's career epitomizes the notion of BLUR, where her multi-faceted involvements continue to blur into one another. In the wake of the September 11th tragedy, Brew recently concluded her five-year tenure as the first Director of Thundergulch. She is currently morphing into many art/tech/media activities, including: Curatorial Committee of Eyebeam; Adjunct faculty at the School of Visual Arts MFA Computer Arts department and NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program; Series Consultant/Curator for upcoming season of Reel NY, WNET/Thirteen's series for independent film/video makers. She is an award-winning videomaker, whose experience spans experimental work to independent documentaries. She has recently sat on media panels for the Jerome Foundation and the New York State Council on the Arts, and has also written on media and contemporary art for publications and catalogs.

Natalie Bookchin
Natalie Bookchin is an artist who works with the Internet, computer games and other popular media. She will be releasing her newest project, "MetaPet" on May' Day, 2002. "Metapet" is an online computer game about a transgenic human pet produced with her collective "Action Tank"" and commissioned by Creative Time, NY and co-produced with Hamaca, Barcelona. Her previous game project, "The Intruder", can be played at http://calarts.edu/~bookchin/intruder. In 1999-2000 Bookchin organized , an eight month series of lectures and workshops on art, activism and the Internet at CalArts, MOCA in LA, and Laboratorio Cinematek in Tijuana. From 1998 to 2000 she was a member of the collective (r)TMark. She is currently a 2001-2002 Guggenheim Fellow and a faculty member at CalArts in Los Angeles.

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Maureen Boucher
Principal, Supermanblue, design studio; MFA Design and Technology Candidate, Parsons School of Design.

Dawnja Burris
Assistant Chair, The New School Department of Communication, Indpendent Media Producer. (M.A., New School University) In her professional work, she applies photography, film, and electronic media to marketing, consulting, entertainment, and performance projects.› Her research interests are centered around the philosophy of communication, with particular focus on virtual relations and embodied technologies. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in communication at the European Graduate School in Switzerland.

Ted Byfield
Ted Byfield is a faculty member of the Parsons School of Design, co-moderator of the nettime mailing list, co-editor of ICANN Watch, and the 2002 Journalism fellow of the Design trust for Public Space.

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Michael Century
Michael Century has contributed to the cultural scene in Canada and internationally as a specialist in art and technology, an educational administrator, lecturer, writer, musical performer and composer, and software researcher. Long associated with The Banff Centre for the Arts, Century founded the Centre's Media Arts Division in 1988.

At the Centre for Information Technology Innovation from 1993-96 in Montreal, he led an interdisciplinary group researching new online cultural genres. He has been a consultant on cultural policy relating to new technologies to the federal government of Canada, and a variety of foundations, universities and arts councils. A musician by training, he has composed works for improvising ensembles and interactive electronics. http://www.music.mcgill.ca/~mcentury

Robert Chang
Robert Chang is the President and Founder of F+T, a strategic technology consulting organization focused on building socially responsible new ventures and nonprofit organizations. He is also an adjunct professor at Parsons School of Design. Mr. Chang has recently worked in senior management for several technology companies developing visualization, knowledge management, streaming media, Web services, and multimedia applications. His most recent position was as Vice President, Strategic Initiatives for Thinkmap. Mr. Chang currently advises several nonprofit organizations as a board member including the Alliance for Nonprofit Governance, New York Chinese Cultural Center, Shakespeare Project, and Space One Eleven.

Vuk Cosic
Retired net.artist and ascii artist. Born in 1966 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Currently lives in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Best known as internet art pioneer and author of numerous net.art projects. Lecturer, writer and curator,exhibited, published and curated internationally. creative director Literal Information Technologies, Co founder of Nettime, Syndicate, 7-11 and Ljubljana Digital Media Lab. Most notable venues include: Venice Biennale, Walker Center, Minneapolis; Postmasters, NYC; Kunsthalle, Vienna; Stedelijk, Amsterdam; LAMoCA, LA; ICA, London; ZKM, Karlsruhe; Beaubourg, Paris.

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Chris Csiksentmihalyi
Christopher Paul Csikszentmihalyi (MFA UC San Diego, BFA Art Institute of Chicago) is Assistant Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at the MIT Media Lab. He has worked in the intersection of new technologies, media, and the arts for 10 years -- lecturing, showing new media work, and presenting installations in both Europe and North America.

Stephanie Davenport
Stephanie Davenport is a communications professional with corporate sponsorship p.r. and management experience from Philip Morris and France Telecom North America, both in New York. She is currently working as a consultant to France Telecom on the further development of the company's sponsorship program that focuses on art and technology projects, most notably the Internet art initiatives at the Whitney Museum (net art included in the 2000 and 2002 Biennial Exhibitions as well as the museum's first-ever all-Internet exhibition Data Dynamics). She is also preparing a masters degree in Comparative Media Studies at MIT.

Sara Diamond
Sara Diamond is an award winning television and new media producer/director, video artist, curator, critic, researcher, teacher and artistic director. Born in New York City, Diamond has resided in Western Canada and has represented Canada at home and internationally for many years. She is currently the Artistic Director, Media and Visual Arts and Executive Producer, Television and New Media at The Banff Centre for the Arts. In recent years Diamond has worked increasingly with research and development projects in software, has consulted in developing interactive media curriculum and events and has created think tanks that bring together cultural industries, new media content producers, artists and investors. The Co-Production, CCII, and Deep Web projects that she has initiated at The Banff Centre for the Arts have resulted in key international projects in television and interactive media. Diamond programs new media events for the prestigious Banff Television Festival and develops the extensive Banff New Media Institute at The Banff Centre.

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Ricardo Dominguez
Ricardo Dominguez is a co-founder of The Electronic Disturbance Theater (EDT), the group that developed Virtual-Sit In technologies in 1998 in solidarity with the Zapatista communities in Chiapas, Mexico. He is Senior Director of THE THING (bbs.thing.net). Ricardo, also, edited EDT's forthcoming book "Hacktivism: network_art_activism", (Autonomedia Press).

Jane Farver
Jane Farver, Director, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA

Alexander R. Galloway
Alexander R. Galloway is an artist and computer programmer. He is the creator of Carnivore, a networked surveillance tool that will open at the New Museum in May. Alex's first book, "PROTOCOL, or, How Control Exists After Decentralization," will appear next year from The MIT Press.

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Blake Goble
Blake M. Goble (M.Arch., Columbia University 1993, B.S., Arizona State University 1988) Is a practicing architect in New York City. His firm, Collaborative Office, concentrates on diverse projects: built work, competitions and theoretical exercises. Collaborative Office explores space, its representations, its cultural and psychological subtexts and its power to both physically connect bodies or territories and construct metaphoric relationships. Blake is an instructor at the New School and is a frequent review jurist at Columbia University and the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

Kathy Goncharov
Kathleen Goncharov is Public Art Curator at the MIT List Visual Arts Center where she oversees MIT's Percent-for- Art Program. Current projects include work by Jenny Holzer, Dan Graham, Jorge Pardo, Matthew Ritchie, Andea Zittel, and others for buildings designed by architects Steven Holl, Kevin Roche, Frank Gehry, and Charles Correa. Goncharov was formerly Curator of the New School University Art Collection where she served for thirteen years.


Carl Goodman
Carl Goodman is Curator of Digital Media and Director of New Media Projects at the American Museum of the Moving Image, where he oversees the Museum's use and study of computer-based media and technology. ›The Museum is widely recognized for its inventive computer-based exhibits in Behind the Screen, an 8,000 square-foot exhibition exploring the craft and technology of motion picture and television production. A traveling version of the exhibition, funded by the National Science Foundation, is currently touring throughout the United States. Also at the Museum is "Expanded Entertainment," an exhibition on the history of videogames and computer-based play. ›Projects initiated by Goodman include eDocent, a portable, wireless information system for use in the Museum's galleries, and The Living Room Candidate, which provides online access to and analysis of the first fifty years of presidential campaign commercials. Launching in mid-2002 will be The Pinewood Dialogues, a searchable online audio and video archive consisting of recorded and indexed presentations by important filmmakers. ›Carl also conducts a continuing seminar series on the creative aspects of digital media, which plays host to new media professionals, artists, engineers, and scientists. ›Outside of the Museum, Carl sits on the Board of Directors of the arts organizations Creative Time and Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center.

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Amanda Gould
Amanda Gould, BA Graphic Design, BA Philosophy, North Carolina State University; MA Media Studies, New School University; principal and founder of Studio Firefly --a design firm specializing in interactive and identity design.

Marc Greene
Seeking Synthesis: graphic designer, painter, musician, contemplative. Faculty member The New School, Curriculum Coordinator Web Design Certificate and Acting Program Coordinator for Distributed Learning. Groups shows at Kentler International Drawing Sapce, Naional Arts Club, and Bronx River Arts Gallery. Formerly principal Designs for Humanity, specializing in communication design for non-profit and social action groups, including YWCA of the USA and Zen Peacemaker Organization. Graphic artist OfficialRamones.com.

Nathon Gunn
Bitcasters' president Nathon Gunn began his career in new media in 1983 programming computer games and animation in India. In 1986 he developed innovative new morphing computer animations while living in Malaysia. At 16, after founding a small profitable video production business and releasing a shareware computer game. From this early start, Gunn continues to work with broadcast and entertainment companies to define and launch their interactive and Internet strategies in Canada and the US. In 2000 Universal Music Group hired Bitcasters to develop the player interface, branding, and web initiative of BlueMatter -- the first major-label secure digital music distribution initiative. He is an advisor to the Charles R. Bronfman Foundation/Historica. Clients have included Walt Disney, Universal, Miramax, Government of Canada, Chum Ltd. (Citytv/MuchMusic/Bravo!/Space), BMG, Sony Music and many others.

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