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  1. Espen Aarseth

    Prior to coming to ITU in 2003, Aarseth was professor at the Department of Humanistic Informatics at the University of Bergen, which he co-founded in 1996. Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Gamestudies.org - the first academic journal of computer game research. Author of Cybertext: Perspectives on Ergodic Literature (Johns Hopkins UP 1997), a comparative media theory of games and other aesthetic forms.

    Patricia Tomaszek - 21.09.2010 - 10:49

  2. Teo Spiller

    Teo Spiller's art works were exhibited on media and computer art festivals all over the world, including UNESCO day of poetry in Milano; Irish museum of modern arts in Dublin; "The masters of graphic works" biennial in Gyor; Machida city museum of graphic arts in Tokyo; Venice Biennial; Museum of modern arts in Ljubljana and Ljubljana Municipal Museum. In addition, his work is in public and corporate collections, including those of Ljubljana Municipal Museum, Municipal museum of art in Gyor, Hungary and Rhizome art base, New York City.About his work were written many articles, including New York Times online, CIAC electronic magazine, Radio Austria 1, TV Gajba and RTV Slovenia. He organized more group artistic events with respectable participants from around the world. Best known are "net.art trade forum", as he as one of the first net.artist in the world sold a net.art work, and INFOS 2000 "off-line net.art contest". He wrote many articles about net.art and had several lectures about it, including a workshop for art teachers in cooperation with Ministry for education of RS.

    Eric Dean Rasmussen - 30.08.2011 - 09:53

  3. Tina Escaja

    Tina Escaja is Distinguised Professor of Spanish & Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Vermont. She joined the department in 1993, after earning her Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania. She is originally from Spain, and was born in Zamora in 1965.

    Escaja also uses the pseudonym Alm@ Pérez (sometimes written Alma Pérez).

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 28.03.2012 - 10:28

  4. Alma Pérez

    Pseudonym of Tina Escaja. Also spelt as "Alm@ Pérez".

    Jill Walker Rettberg - 28.03.2012 - 10:46

  5. Urs Richle

    Born in 1965 in Wattwil (Switzerland).

    Author of traditional novels, short stories and plays.

    Between 2002-2006 he studied Media-Engineering at the University of Applied Science in Lausanne.

    Since 2006 he is working as a lecturer at the Swiss Literature Institute of the Bern University of the Arts. He gives workshops in collaborative literary writing with new technologies.

    Since 2008 he works as a scientific collaborator on research projects at the University of Geneva in the field of Interactive Fiction.

    Urs Richle - 20.06.2012 - 18:57

  6. Adriana Calcanhotto

    Adriana Calcanhotto (born on October 3, 1965 in Porto Alegre) is a Brazilian singer/composer. Her melancholic songs are often categorized as belonging to the MPB genre. She began her professional career in 1984 and released her first studio album in 1990.

    (Source: Wikipedia)

    Luciana Gattass - 12.11.2012 - 16:16

  7. Walter Silveira

    Walter da Silva Silveira (São Paulo SP 1955). Videoartista, artista gráfico, poeta visual, radialista. Graduado em rádio e televisão pela Escola de Comunicações e Artes da Universidade de São Paulo (ECA/USP), dirige durante muitos anos a programação da TV Gazeta, São Paulo. Atualmente, é diretor de programação da TV Cultura, São Paulo. Nos anos 1980, integra o grupo independente TVDO. Lança, em 1996, o álbum Mein Kalli Graphics, de poemas manuscritos em serigrafia. Atua com Augusto de Campos e Cid Campos no evento multimídia Poesia É Risco, apresentado em várias cidades do Brasil e do exterior.

    (Fonte: Itau Cultural)

    Luciana Gattass - 21.11.2012 - 15:03

  8. Oliver Grau

    Oliver Grau is Chair Porfessor for Image Science at Danube University Krems.

    His books include Virtual Art: From Illusion to Immersion, Cambridge/Mass., MIT-Press 2003, Mediale Emotionen, Frankfurt 2005, MediaArtHistories, MIT-Press 2007, Imagery of the 21st Century, MIT-Press 2011. He was invited to more than 200 lectures world wide, is translated in 12 languages and received various awards.

    His research focuses on the history of media art, the history of immersion and emotions and the history, idea, and culture of telepresence, genetic art, and artificial intelligence.

    Grau´s book "Virtual Art. From Illusion to Immersion", MIT Press (2003 book of the month Scientific American), offered for the first time a historic comparison and evolution in image-viewer theory of immersion as well as a systematic analysis of the triad of artist, artwork and beholder under the conditions of digital art.

    Elisabeth Nesheim - 27.02.2013 - 14:55

  9. Frank Altschul Jensen

    Frank Altschul Jensen is a Liverpool fan of long standing.

    Sissel Hegvik - 02.04.2013 - 20:51

  10. Mai Misfeldt

    Mai Misfeldt has a cand.mag in Danish and Art history with the University of Copenhagen. She works as a critic with the Berlingske Tidende, writes with the litlive.dk and freelance writer of art.

    Sissel Hegvik - 16.04.2013 - 19:24

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