Street Scene, 2010
Jim Campbell has degrees in Mathematics and Engineering from MIT. His work has been shown internationally and throughout North America.
CITY/SPACE/SHARE_the architecture of urban insertions: (Op)Space, 2010
CCA URBANlab, founded in 2008 by Ila Berman, is an Advanced Research and Design Unit supporting project-based initiatives in Architecture at California College of the Arts in San Francisco.
Transgenic Mosquitoes of California, 2009
The Center for PostNatural History is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge relating to the complex interplay between culture, nature and biotechnology. The PostNatural refers to living organisms that have been altered through processes such as selective breeding or genetic engineering.
Tomato Quintet, 2007/ 2010
Chafe is a composer, improvisor, cellist, and music researcher with an interest in computer music composition and interactive performance.
Chang is a Taipei based sound artist. His works take on a variety of forms such as audio-visual, experimental sound, installations and live performances.
In Cambridge in 1989, guitarist Michael Bearpark and pianist Peter Chilvers formed Samuel Smiles, an ECM-style improvising collective. Over the next few years, the band underwent a number of changes in direction (including folk and country) before joining with No-Man vocalist Tim Bowness to become the imaginatively named Tim Bowness / Samuel Smiles.
Level Five, 2010
Brody Condon is an American artist best known for his use of elements from computer and live games to create video, performance, and software installation. His work often explores the over-identification with fantasy in contemporary culture.
WEBKAM PERFORMANCE, 2010
Petra Cortright is an Internet artist born in 1986. She is a member of the Nasty Nets Internet Surfing Club, Loshadka Internet Surfing Club and Computers Club. She has exhibited internationally in many galleries including the New Museum in New York and the Venice Biennale.
Jeff Crouse’s often humorous artworks take the forms of games, robots, software code, and Internet art, and have been featured at the Sundance Film Festival.
Lineas: New Modes of Contemporary Urbanism, recent work by Tanya Auiniga and Teddy Cruz, 2010
Teddy Cruz has degrees in areas of Arts and Architecture. He is currently associate professor in Public Culture and Urbanism in the Visual Arts Department at University of California, San Diego, San Diego, CA.
Heavy Pedal Cyclecide Bike Rodeo is a club of alter-bike mechanics, mariachi-punk musicians and psychotic clowns who love bikes, beer and building stuff.
Pigeonblogger, 2006/ 2010
Beatriz da Costa is an interdisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles who works at the intersection of contemporary art, politics, engineering and the life sciences.
Name Your Price: Unpacking Social Cost at 01SJ, 2010
UC Santa Cruz’s Digital Arts and New Media Program’s Participatory Culture research group explores the role of information and communication technologies in the shift from “top-down” culture to a culture of participation and social engagement.
Dave Hershberger is interested in Kinetic Sculpture Racing and other bicycle-related art/engineering projects. He believes Human-Powered Vehicles are the future and likes showing how much fun they can be.
DreamAddictive is a collaborative project in art and technology started in 2003, in Tijuana, México, by Carmen González and Leslie García.
Slo Dog, 2010
Steve Durie has worked on projects involving digital media, installation, and performance. He was a founding member of the art/business hybrid C5.
Disguised as a dramaturgist and game designer, respectively, Annette Mees and Ken Eklund quietly continue to foment various plots for massively social and viral forms of play.