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  1. Don Woods

    American programmer, perhaps best known for his role in the development of the Colossal Cave Adventure game, which he found by accident on a SAIL computer in 1976. He received permission from Will Crowther to continue working on it, adding most of the game-like qualities.

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 18.02.2011 - 14:53

  2. Annie Abrahams

    Annie Abrahams is based in Montpellier, France. She has an art practice that meanders between research and performance. Her carefully scripted art tends to reveal ordinary human behaviour and develop what she calls an ‘aesthetics of trust and attention’. Abrahams is interested in collaborative practices as a learning place for a “being with”.
    She is known worldwide for her netart (Being Human – online low tech mood mutators / not immersive. 1996 – 2007), collective writing experiments and is an internationally regarded pioneer of networked performance art.
    She has performed and shown work extensively in France, including at the Centre Pompidou and the Jeu de Paume, Paris, and in many international galleries as the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb; the Stadtgalerie Mannheim, Germany; the Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center in Asheville, USA; Espai d’Art Contemporani de Castelló, Spain; the New Museum, New York; the

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 18.02.2011 - 19:11

  3. Dene Grigar

    Dene Grigar is Professor and Director of The Creative Media & Digital Culture Program at Washington State University Vancouver whose research focuses on the creation, curation, preservation, and criticism of Electronic Literature, specifically building multimedial environments and experiences for live performance, installations, and curated spaces; desktop computers; and mobile media devices. She has authored 14 media works such as “Curlew” (2014), “A Villager’s Tale” (2011), the “24-Hour Micro E-Lit Project” (2009), “When Ghosts Will Die” (2008), and “Fallow Field: A Story in Two Parts" (2005), as well as 54 scholarly articles adn three books. She also curates exhibits of electronic literature and media art, mounting shows at the British Computer Society and the Library of Congress and for the Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) and the Modern Language Association (MLA), among other venues.

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 22.02.2011 - 16:59

  4. James W. Johnson

    James W. Johnson was born and raised in Upstate NY and moved to Lubbock, Texas in 1978. He received an MFA from Texas Tech University in 1981 and has continued to live in Lubbock as a studio artist. In February, 2011, James was co-winner of the 2011 Willian D Kerns Award for the Visual Arts from the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts.

    Johnson has studied and made art for more than 35 years. While being primarily a painter, he has produced a complex body of work in a wide variety of mediums such painting, video, drawing, sculpture, etching, digital, mixed media and furniture. James W. Johnson has participated in over 170 exhibitions worldwide.

    Living “outside” of the mainstream art world has allowed James to perfect his craft and independently pursue an impressive flow of ideas and images that defy categorization, yet present his observations about art and life from his unique perspective.

    Kjetil Buer - 24.08.2012 - 10:58

  5. Adolfo Montejo Navas

    Navas is a poet, critic and translator. Born in Madrid, in 1954, he has lived in Brazil for 16 years.
    Among his curatorships: Anna Bella Geiger, Victor Arruda, Brossa-Brasil (entre o poema e o objeto),
    Regina Silveira. Published five books of poetry, most recently: 49 silêncios (Ed. de autor, Rio, 2004),
    Na linha do horizonte/Conjuros (7 Letras, Rio, 2003) and Pedras pensadas (Ateliê, São Paulo, 2002).
    Translated works by Armando Freitas Filho, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Fernando Pessoa /
    Álvaro de Campos, Sebastião Uchôa Leite, Waly Salomão, among others.

    (Source: author)

    Luciana Gattass - 09.11.2012 - 11:52

  6. Marcelo Tápia

    Born in Tietê, São Paulo, Tápia is a writer, translator and poet. Relevant publications include: Primitipo (1982), O bagatelista (1985), Rótulo (1990), Livro aberto (1992), Pedra volátil (1996), James Joyce - Poems (1985/1992) and A forja – alguma poesia irlandesa contemporânea (2003).

    Luciana Gattass - 14.11.2012 - 16:06

  7. Christina McPhee

    Christina McPhee is a media and visual artist whose work is involved in the ‘deep ecology’ of topologic mark-making, abstraction, and illumination. Her work often engages site and territory, integrates scientific data into sonified, time-based and visual images, and reflects on excess and beauty at the edges of architecture and natural science.

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 29.08.2013 - 13:48

  8. Yuji Horii

    Yūji Horii (堀井 雄二) (also written as Yuuji Horii) (born January 6, 1954 in Awaji Island, Japan) is a Japanese video game designer and scenario writer best known as the creator of the seminal Dragon Quest series of console role-playing games, as well as the first visual novel adventure game Portopia Serial Murder Case.

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 20.06.2014 - 18:37

  9. Rosi Braidotti

    Braidotti, who holds Italian and Australian citizenship, was born in Italy and grew up in Australia, where she received a First-Class Honours degree from the Australian National University in Canberra in 1977. Braidotti then moved on to do her doctoral work at the Sorbonne, where she received her PhD in philosophy in 1981. She was appointed as the founding Professor in Women’s Studies at Utrecht University in the Netherlands in 1988; in 1995 she became the founding Director of the Netherlands Research School of Women’s Studies, a position she held till 2005. Braidotti is a pioneer in European Women’s Studies: she founded the inter-university SOCRATES network NOISE and the Thematic Network for Women’s Studies ATHENA, which she directed till 2005. She was founding director of the Centre for the Humanities from 2007 until September 2016. Braidotti is currently Distinguished University Professor at Utrecht University.

    (source: https://rosibraidotti.com/about/)

    Hannah Ackermans - 08.09.2020 - 12:00

  10. Paul Duguid

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    Ole Kristian Sæther Skoge - 01.10.2021 - 18:46

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