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  1. Tonnus Oosterhoff

    Oosterhoff was born in Leiden, and is poet, novelist and essay-writer. He works in a small village in the empty countryside of Groningen, Netherlands. He received the Buddingh-price for his printdebut in 1990, and the Multatuliprice for his novel The Thick Heart. For his poetry-collection (Robuuste tongwerken,) een stralend plenum he recieved the Jan Campertprijs. In 2002 his first CD-rom appeared, accompanying a print colection of poetry, for which he received the prestigious VSB-price. He has continued to publish print poetry with CD ROMs (Hersenmutor, for example), and adding new works to his website, which always features a few of his digital works. These are always text-based Flash-poems, sometimes accompanied by little drawings by the author.

    yra van dijk - 21.09.2010 - 11:37

  2. Reiner Strasser

    Reiner Strasser, living and working in Wiesbaden, Germany, was born 1954 in Antwerpen, Belgium. He studied art, art history and philosophy at the University of Mainz, Germany in the 1970's. His Web works, international collaborations, and Web art projects date from 1996. Strasser's Web work has appeared in several exhibitions/publications all over the world since 1997, i.e.: ArtOnLine (Brazil); frAme 5, trAce (UK); TEXT 2 (Australia); DOC(K)S "un notre web" (book and CD-ROM), Corse 2000; Net Art Guide (book and CD-ROM version), Frauenhofer Institut, Germany 2000; NOW Festival Nottingham, GB, 1999; E-POETRY festival, Buffalo/New York, 2001; medi@terra 01, Athens, 2001; II Mostra Interpoesia, São Paulo, 2001; COSIGN 2002, Augsburg, Germany; GA 2002, Milano; SeNef 2003, Korea; Computer Space Festival, Sofia 2003; several contributions to projects for the Biennale Venice, 1999, 2001, 2003; AJAC Art Exhibition, Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005; FILE 2001, 2004, 2005, São Paulo.

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 21.04.2011 - 12:24

  3. François Bon

    François Bon, né en 1953, en Vendée. Père mécanicien-garagiste, mère institutrice. Après des études d’ingénieur à dominante mécanique (Arts et Métiers), travaille dans le soudage par faisceau d’électrons pour l’industrie aérospatiale et nucléaire, en France et à l’étranger (notamment Inde et URSS). Publie en 1982 aux éditions de Minuit Sortie d’Usine. Lauréat en 1984-1985 de l’Académie de France à Rome (Villa Médicis). Commence en 1991 une recherche continue dans le domaine des ateliers d’écriture (Tous les mots sont adultes, Fayard, 2002, réed 2005), et actuellement à Sciences Po Paris. Au théâtre, Quatre avec le mort à la Comédie Française en octobre 2002 et Daewoo au festival d’Avignon en 2004 (Molière). Se consacre plusieurs années à une trilogie sur rock’n roll et histoire des années 60/70 (Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Led Zeppelin). Traductions disponibles en allemand, danois, suédois, chinois, néerlandais, anglais, coréen, espagnol et japonais. En 2009-2010, professeur invité (création littéraire) à l’université Laval/Québec) et l’université de Montréal (UdeM/Montréal). Artiste invité à l’université de Louvain-la-Neuve en 2011-2012.

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 12.08.2011 - 09:05

  4. Alan Liu

    Alan Liu is Chair and Professor in the English Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an affiliated faculty member of UCSB’s Media Arts & Technology graduate program. Previously, he was on the faculty of Yale University’s English Department and British Studies Program. He began his research in the field of British romantic literature and art. His first book, Wordsworth: The Sense of History (Stanford Univ. Press, 1989), explored the relation between the imaginative experiences of literature and history. In a series of theoretical essays in the 1990s, he explored cultural criticism, the “new historicism,” and postmodernism in contemporary literary studies. In 1994, when he started his Voice of the Shuttle Web site for humanities research, he began to study information culture as a way to close the circuit between the literary or historical imagination and the technological imagination. In 2004, he published his The Laws of Cool: Knowledge Work and the Culture of Information (Univ. of Chicago Press). Recently published from Univ. of Chicago Press is Local Transcendence: Essays on Postmodern Historicism and the Database.

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 02.09.2011 - 14:14

  5. Lenora de Barros

    Graduated in linguistics from the University of Sao Paulo - USP, SP. Poet and visual artist, her work is developed from a variety of languages such as video, performance poetry, photography and installation. Her work is part of public and private collections in Brazil and abroad: Museu d'Art Contemporani Barcelona, Daros-Latinamerica, Zurich, Rio de Janeiro-RJ, Brazil and the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo (MAM). Participated as an artist-curator of RADIOVISUAL the 7th Mercosul Biennial - Scream and Listening, Porto Alegre, RS, oct / nov 2009.

    Luciana Gattass - 15.10.2012 - 17:34

  6. Zelko Wiener

    Zelko Wiener

    Jörgen Schäfer - 07.11.2012 - 15:53

  7. Enrico Colombini

    Programmer, writer, electronics, adviser, author of video games: the work of Enrico Colombini is characterized by curiosity and the desire to experience in an original and creative.

    Dan Kvilhaug - 27.03.2013 - 15:42

  8. Pablo Brito Altamira

    Pablo Brito Altamira is dedicated to creating "poetic situations" as a contribution to the formation of the "noosphere". Although this statement may seem cryptic, the issue is primarily walk and communicate, in order to train in the art of love. You can call it "aventurología" or "brainterface" two neologisms of his invention.

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    Dan Kvilhaug - 29.03.2013 - 12:51

  9. Danny Elfman

    Daniel Robert "Danny" Elfman is an American composer, musician, singer-songwriter and record producer. He is best known for writing music for the films of director Tim Burton and Sam Raimi, debuting in 1985 as a soundtrack composer with his film Pee-Wee's Great Adventure and maintaining an extensive collaboration with Burton to this day; He also composed the soundtrack for the original Spider-Man trilogy, directed by Sam Raimi, composed of Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3. In addition, he is known for being the leader of the retired American group Oingo Boingo and for creating the famous theme for the animated television series The Simpsons which, among many other works, have earned him great prestige throughout his eclectic musical career.


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    Ana Isabel Jimenez Sanchez - 29.09.2021 - 00:10