Andrej Boleslavský is an independent artist purposing technology in the fields of new media art, interactive design, physical computing and 3D printing. His primary inspiration comes from cross disciplinary interaction and the free exchange of ideas among collaborators. His work also maintains a strong fascination with the entanglement of nature and technology.
Alexis Kirke is a composer and filmmaker well-known for his interdisciplinary practice (he has been called “the Phillip K. Dick of contemporary music”). He is a member of the Plymouth University’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research in the UK and has two PhDs, one in Arts and one in Technology.
Michał Szota. Independent graphic and interaction designer, creative experimentalist, VJ. Interested in alternative visual design, HTML5 technologies, and custom software-based visual presentations. Presently headquartered at Małe Studio design commune in Warsaw. Portfolio of web works at http://szota.biz, and the log of creative experiments at http://michalszota.tumblr.com
Julian Oliver is Critical Engineer and artist. He has given numerous workshops and master classes in software art, data forensics, creative hacking, computer networking, object-oriented programming for artists, augmented reality, virtual architecture, video-game development, information visualisation and UNIX/Linux worldwide. He is an advocate of Free and Open Source Software in education and is a supporter of, and contributor to, initiatives that promote and reinforce civil rights in the networked domain.