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  1. Evgenia Sarbeva

    Graduated from the National Academy of Arts (Stage Design). Works as a freelanced stage designer. Uses both classical methods for set designing (Tea Party, Lovech Drama Theatre; Real Stories from the life of Slanchevko, Vazrazhdane Theatre), and alternative approaches (Fairytale, Theatre Laboratory Sfumato; Mary Poppins’ Miracles, Sofia Theatre). As a freelanced artist, she is interested in the communication between people and the influence of modern technology upon the feelings and perceptions of people. Her recent projects include me-emoticons :-), ..hihi.. (interactive installations), ChatMe! :-) (video), ..scan.. (video mapping installation). At present she is a student in the Digital Arts Master’s Programme at the National Academy of Art.

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    Dan Kvilhaug - 18.03.2013 - 18:03

  2. Marco Donnarumma

    "New media and sonic artist, performer and teacher, Marco Donnarumma was born in Italy and is based in London. Weaving a thread around biomedia research, musical and theatrical performance, participatory practices and subversive coding, Marco looks at the collision of critical creativity with humanized technologies. His biophysical system Xth Sense won the first prize in the Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition and was named the 2012 “world’s most innovative new musical instrument” by the Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology, US. Recently, he curated the publication Biotechnological Performance Practice.

    Currently, Marco is a PhD student for the Embodied Audio Visual Interaction (EAVI) Research Group at Goldsmiths, University of London, supervised by Professor Atau Tanaka, and fully funded by the European Research Council (ERC)."

    (Source: Artist webpage)

    Elisabeth Nesheim - 20.05.2013 - 12:03

  3. Danny Snelson

    Danny Snelson is a writer, editor, and archivist living in collaboration with writer, curator, and performing artist Mashinka Firunts.

    Currently residing in Philadelphia. Candidate for an English Ph.D at the University of Pennsylvania writing a dissertation tentatively entitled "Transcoding: Media Poetics of the Little Database."

    (Source: Danny Snelson's personal website)

    Scott Rettberg - 23.08.2014 - 10:26

  4. Paula Halkola

    Paula Halkola

    Hannah Ackermans - 31.08.2015 - 12:29

  5. Luís Lucas Pereira

    Luís Lucas Pereira

    Hannah Ackermans - 12.09.2015 - 12:11

  6. Hannes Bajohr

    Hannes Bajohr, born 1984 in Berlin, studied Philosophy, German Literature and History in Berlin and New York. He is particularly interested in the intersection of literature, philosophy, and political theory. Moreover, his interests include twentieth century German literature, narratology, edition philology, philosophy of language, and philosophical anthropology. He has co-edited the exchange of letters between Peter Weiss and Henriette Itta Blumenthal (Berlin: Matthes & Seitz, 2011), and his Master's thesis was published as "Dimensionen der Öffentlichkeit: Politik und Erkenntnis bei Hannah Arendt" (Berlin: Lukas 2011). He has edited and translated Judith Shklar "Der Liberalismus der Furcht," preface by Axel Honneth (Berlin: Matthes & Seitz, 2013). Hans Blumenberg's theory of language is the topic of his dissertation.


    Alvaro Seica - 03.02.2016 - 17:51

  7. Yohanna Joseph Waliya

    Waliya Yohanna Joseph is a Nigerian digital Poet, Novelist and Playwright. He writes in English and French. Among his works are: La révolte de vie (play), Monde 2.0 (play), Hégémonie Disparue (novel), Quand l'Afrique se lèvera (novel), and Les dieux et leurs subalternes ont tort (collection of poems) etc. He is a Graduate Assistant in the Department of Modern Languages and Translation Studies, University of Calabar, Nigeria. Currently, he is writing a short electronic novel titled "Ekang".

    Yohanna Joseph Waliya - 09.04.2019 - 22:09