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  1. Luc Dall Armellina

    Luc Dall'Armellina is a writer, designer of digital devices and lecturer in arts & information and communication sciences, member of EMA Laboratory [Cergy-Pontoise University], associated member of Paragraphe Laboratory [ Paris 8 University ].

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 09.02.2011 - 12:20

  2. Jim Andrews

    Jim Andrews is a net artist, poet, programmer, visual and audio artist, mathematician and essayist. He has been publishing since 1996. He completed a degree in English and Mathematics at the U of Victoria in Canada in 1983. He then produced a literary radio show called Fine Lines and, later, ?FRAME? for six years that he distributed each week to 15 campus/community stations in Canada.

    Encountering the radio art and theoretical writing of Gregory Whitehead and the other 'audio writers', together with the work of McLuhan and a kind of mentorship from Seattle's Joe Keppler and margareta waterman, showed him the importance of understanding one's medium, understanding the artistic possibilities of the specific properties of one's media/um.

    After producing the radio show, he went back to school and studied Computer Science and Mathematics. After that, it wasn't long before the web emerged, which Andrews saw as the perfect media/um for someone seeking to combine writing, programming, visual and audio art in an international scene of epistolary correspondence about the art and poetics and sharing online of the art itself.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 24.02.2011 - 11:12

  3. Martyn Bedford

    Martyn Bedford is a British author. He is an alumnus of the University of East Anglia.

    Andy Campbell - 21.05.2011 - 11:58

  4. Betty Leirner

    Born in Sao Paulo in 1959, Leirner studied cinema at ECA/USP, moving to Europe in 1981. Both her first collective and first solo exhibitions were held at MASP (Museum of Art, São Paulo) in 1976 and 1978. Commissioned by MAC (Museum of Contemporary Art, São Paulo), she also created the exhibition "Palavra Imágica," relating Brazilian poetry and art in 1986.

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    Luciana Gattass - 12.11.2012 - 16:47

  5. Christophe Petchanatz

    French musician and author.

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 29.08.2013 - 16:13

  6. Rand Miller

    Rand Miller (born January 17, 1959 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.) is CEO and co-founder of Cyan Worlds (originally Cyan). He and brother Robyn Miller became famous due to the success of their computer game Myst, which remained the number one-selling game from its release in 1993 until that record was surpassed by The Sims nearly a decade later. Rand also worked on the game's sequel, Riven, and later reprised his role as protagonist Atrus in Myst III: Exile, Myst IV: Revelation, Myst V: End of Ages, realMyst, and Uru. He also co-authored Myst novels The Book of Atrus, The Book of Ti'Ana, and The Book of D'ni.

    Source: Wikipedia

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 17.04.2014 - 15:38

  7. Jeanette Winterson

    Jeanette Winterson

    Scott Rettberg - 02.10.2018 - 16:19

  8. Peter Molyneux

    Peter Molyneux is a videogame designer and programmer, responsible for popular "god simulation games" such as Dungeon Keeper, Populous and Black & White, among others. He is also responsible for "business" strategy games like Theme Park, Theme Hospital, The Movies, and role-playing games like the Fable series.


    Source: Wikipedia

    Ana Isabel Jimenez Sanchez - 29.09.2021 - 00:05