Evan Roth is an American artist based in Paris who applies a hacker philosophy to an art practice that visualizes transient moments in public space, online and in popular culture. Roth's work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art NYC and has been exhibited at various institutions, including the Centre Pompidou, the Kunsthalle Wien, the Tate, the Foundation Cartier and the front page of YouTube. In 2012, Roth was awarded the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award. Roth is also co-founder of the Graffiti Research Lab and the Free (F.A.T. Lab), a web based, open source research and development lab.
Johannes Grenzfurthner is an artist, writer, curator, and director. He is the founder of monochrom, an internationally acting art and theory group dealing with subjects of media and digital culture. He holds a professorship for art theory and art practice at the University of Applied Sciences in Graz, Austria. He is head of the "Arse Elektronika" festival in San Francisco, host of "Roboexotica" - Festival for Cocktail-Robotics, Vienna and San Francisco, and co-curates the Paraflows Symposium in Vienna. Grenzfurthner has published numerous books, essays and articles on contemporary art, communication processes and philosophy and was an honoree at the 13th Annual Webby Awards.
Krzysztof Goliński (born in 1981 in Vienna) is a multimedia artist living in Warsaw. He creates algorithmic paintings, generative objects and interactive installations. He explores ways of applying algorithms to creative process and using new media in public space. Golinski's art ranges from aleatoric graffiti to object generation based on analysis of living organisms' behavior. He actively works in art education, he ran Virtual Scenography course at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and various workshops on electronics and programming as creative tools. He is also a co-founder of panGenerator - new media art collective.
Kristoffer Jetmundsen is a Norwegian game developer. Before starting his own company he worked for three years at Tumbleweed Interactive. Jetmundsen is considered a generalist and prefers doing programming, art, animation and game design by himself. A recent winner of the Norwegian game design competition called "NM i Gameplay". Now specializes in pixel-style html5 games and very influenced by the indie movement, especially Jonathan Blow, Team Meat and Derek Yu, but also game developers such as Shigeru Miyamoto. His recent game "Little Big Mansion" will be displayed at the Right Arrow exhibition in Print Screen.