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  1. Serge Bouchardon

    Serge Bouchardon is Professor at the University of Technology of Compiegne (France), where he teaches interactive writing. His research focuses on digital creation, in particular digital literature.

    As an author, he is interested in the way the gestures specific to the Digital contribute to the construction of meaning. His creations have been exhibited in many venues in Europe, America, Africa and the Middle East. They have been selected in various online reviews (bleuOrange, Hyperrhiz, SpringGun, The New River). The creation Loss of Grasp ( won the New Media Writing Prize 2011.


    Elisabeth Nesheim - 12.09.2010 - 19:11

  2. Talan Memmott

    Talan Memmott is a hypermedia writer/artist, his hypermedia work is generally Web-based and freely accessible on the Internet. Memmott has taught digital art, electronic writing, and new media studies in the Digital Culture and Communication Program at the Blekinge Institute of Technology in Karlskrona, Sweden, the Teledramatic Arts and Technology Department at California State University Monterey Bay; the Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Colorado Boulder, and the Rhode Island School of Design. He is currently a researcher at University of Bergen. Memmott holds an MFA in Literary Arts/Electronic Writing from Brown University and a PhD in Interaction Design from Malmö University. Memmott was a co-editor for the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 2 (ELO), and the ELMCIP Anthology of European Electronic Literature.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 16.09.2010 - 17:06

  3. Christophe Bruno

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    Christophe Bruno lives and works in Paris. He began his artistic activity in September 2001. His polymorphic work (installations, performances, conceptual pieces…) has a critical take on network phenomena and globalisation in the field of language and images. He was awarded a prize at the Madrid Contemporary Art Fair with the ARCO new media prize 2007, at the Prix Ars Electronica 2003 and the Piemonte Share Festival in 2007. His work has been shown internationaly:

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 01.03.2011 - 11:42

  4. Sadie Plant

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    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 08.07.2011 - 11:12

  5. Morten Søndergaard

    Morten Søndergaard was born in 1964 in Copenhagen. He studied literature and has published five poetry collections: Sahara i mine hænder (Sahara in my hands, 1992), Ild og tal (Fire and Figures, 1994), Bier dør sovende (Bees Die While Sleeping, 1998), Vinci, senere (Vinci, later, 2002), Fedtdigte (Fat poems, 2004); poetry in prose: Ubestemmelsessteder (Indestinations, 1996), and At holde havet tilbage med en kost (To Hold the Ocean with a Broom, 2004); and a novel, Tingenes orden (Order of Things, 2000). He received a grant of Danish National Art Council for three years and was short listed for the Nordic Literature Prize. He has translated works of Jorge Luis Borges and worked as an editor at various literary magazines. His work has been translated into several languages.

    Giovanna Di Rosario - 20.10.2011 - 16:08

  6. Torbjørn Skårild

    Torbjørn Skårild (b. 1964) studied at the Academy of Art in Trondheim and the Art Academy in Dusseldorf. Skårild has made two short films; All as Nothing at All (1994) - for which he received the Terje Vigen Award at the Norwegian Short Film Festival in Grimstad, and nominated for the Norwegian National Film Award Amanda for Best Short Film - and All in All (2003), which was awarded the Grand Prix at the Norwegian Short Film Festival in Grimstad 2003, and won the National Film Award Amanda for Best Short Film in 2003.

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 15.10.2012 - 11:59

  7. Oliver Gassner

    Born 1964, studied german and english literature & linguistics, philosophy and media science in konstanz, germany and st. olaf college, mn, usa. work: literature, culture projects, net-stuff, teaching english and creativity. Wife, 2 kids, cat.

    pre-net projects since 1983: paper - copy - mailart, short prose, soundpoetry.
    net-projects since 1996: kwadrant c/y, 1996/97; tango rgb, 1998; noise 99, 1996/99; utopia 2k for reinhard doehl, 1999; the famous sound of absolute wreaders, 2003.

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    Dan Kvilhaug - 04.03.2013 - 16:21

  8. Edward A. Shanken

    Edward A. Shanken writes and teaches about the entwinement of art, science, and technology with a focus on interdisciplinary practices involving new media. He is Dorothy Kayser Hohenberg Chair of Excellence in Art History at University of Memphis, a member of the Media Art History faculty at the Donau University in Krems, Austria, and core visiting tutor at Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam. Prior academic posts include Universitair Docent of New Media at University of Amsterdam, Docent in Comparative Arts and Media at VU University, Amsterdam, Executive Director of the Information Science + Information Studies program at Duke University, and Professor of Art History and Media Theory at Savannah College of Art and Design. Fellowships include National Endowment for the Arts, American Council of Learned Societies, UCLA, University of Bremen, and Washington University in St. Louis.  Dr. Shanken earned a Ph.D. and MA in Art History at Duke University, an MBA at Yale University, and a BA at Haverford College.

    Elisabeth Nesheim - 07.03.2013 - 15:05

  9. Timo Parvela

    Timo Parvela (born May 19, 1964 in Jyväskylä) is a Finnish author of juvenile fiction.

    Parvela matriculated from secondary school in 1983 and graduated from Jyväskylä Teacher Training College in 1988.[1] He worked at a series of elementary school teaching posts for six years — first in Petäjävesi in the Jyväskylä sub-region and later in Espoo — until the mid-1990s.[1] Since 1996 he has been a freelance writer.

    In addition to numerous children's books he has written television screenplays both for children's audiences and for adults, as well as scripts for Finnish radio.


    Hannah Ackermans - 30.08.2015 - 14:54