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  1. Monica Aasprong

    Norwegian poet, living in Stockholm, who has done some work in concrete and online poetry.

    Scott Rettberg - 19.10.2010 - 16:07

  2. Florian Cramer

    Florian Cramer, born in Berlin in 1969, is a reader in 21st Century Visual Culture at Willem de Kooning Academy and Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

    Jörgen Schäfer - 17.02.2012 - 12:54

  3. Sergey Teterin

    Привет, меня зовут Сергей Тетерин. И вот что мне известно о себе. В начале 90-х я основал Секту Руркаманов и был участником объединения поэтов ОДЕКАЛ, в те же годы я придумал гадание на "двойняшках", в 1999-2001 собирал "Главные желания XXI века", в 2002-м запустил машину для сочинения стихов "Кибер-Пушкин 1.0 бета", в 2004-м изобрел "Кино-мясорубку" и крутил ее ручку довольно долго... в 2009 оригинальную версию "мясорубки" приобрел музей современного искусства PERMM, а второй экземпляр купил коллекционер из США. В 2006-м году я соорудил робот-двойник Энди Уорхола - он мог общаться с публикой по sms, можно посмотреть логи переговоров. В 2010 я сконструировал поэтофон - аппарат для астральной связи с русскими футуристами Бурлюком, Каменским, Маяковским, Крученых. Сейчас поэтофон находится в частной коллекции в Нью-Йорке.
    Pictoribus atque poetis quidlibet audendi semper fuit aequa potestas.

    Natalia Fedorova - 27.01.2013 - 01:52

  4. Henrike Schmidt

    Henrike Schmidt, b. 1969 in Bonn, studied Slavic Literatures, History and Economics in Bonn, Köln and St. Petersburg. Her PhD thesis (2000) was dedicated to intermedial conceptions of poetic language in Russian poetry of the 20th century. Schmidt is Associate Professor at the Peter Szondi-Institute for Comparative Literature, Freie Universität Berlin. She previously worked as a researcher at the Lotman Institute for Russian and Soviet Culture, Ruhr University Bochum, where she initiated, together with Katy Teubener and Nils Zurawski, the interdisciplinary research project (funded by the VolkwagenFoundation). This academic network explored the emerging digital and net culture in Russia and has since 2008 been continued in a different format and with a new team. Schmidt’s further research interests include contemporary Russian poetry and Bulgarian literature. She is currently working on a monograph on The Sociology and Aesthetics of Russian Literature on the Web.

    Natalia Fedorova - 15.02.2013 - 13:47

  5. Marketa Bankova

    Marketa Bankova was born and lives in Prague. She graduated from Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, but she is involved in literature, science, design and new media as well. She is known as a pioneer net art, having created, for instance New York City Map (

    [Taken from , official webpage]

    Dan Kvilhaug - 14.03.2013 - 12:28

  6. Mette Moestrup

    Mette Moestrup is a Danish artist born in Århus, raised in Vendsyssel and currently living in Copenhagen. She studied for cand-philos in literary history at Århus University, and spendt her years travelling Egypt, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda in the years following. After teaching for several years with the School of literature in Copenhagen, she is now teaching with the Swedish School of literature Literær Gestatning in Göteborg.

    Her work as a poet and writer has continuously been cross-Nordic. Her debut came with the poetry collection Tatoveringer (Tatoos) in 1998. She also occupy herself with mailart and netart, such as Letterproject M.M. – in Danish Brevprojekt M.M. and the collective, anonymous text


    Sissel Hegvik - 16.04.2013 - 19:51

  7. Thomson and Craighead

    Jon Thomson (b. 1969) and Alison Craighead (b. 1971) are artists living and working in London. They make artworks and installations for galleries, online and sometimes outdoors. Much of their recent work looks at live networks like the web and how they are changing the way we all understand the world around us.

    Having both studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee, Jon now
    lectures part time at The Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, while Alison is a senior researcher at University of Westminster and lectures in Fine Art at Goldsmiths University.

    (Source: Authors' CV)

    Alvaro Seica - 26.04.2015 - 17:42

  8. David Cage

    David De Gruttola, known by his pseudonym David Cage, is a French video game designer, writer and musician. He is the founder of the game development studio Quantic Dream. Cage wrote and directed both Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls for the PlayStation 3.

    (Source: Wikipedia)

    Filip Falk - 14.10.2017 - 00:09

  9. Adrian Carmack

    Adrian Carmack is one of the four founders of id Software, which are Tom Hall, John Romero and John Carmack. He was one of those with the most shares in id Software until he left the company, where he worked as a graphic artist since its creation. Adrian Carmack left id Software in 2005.


    Source: Wikipedia

    Ana Isabel Jimenez Sanchez - 28.09.2021 - 23:26