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Camille Scherrer

Le Monde des Montagnes (The World of Mountains), 2008
Camille Scherrer is a Swiss designer. She likes to play at the intersection of technology and art, looking for new fields of investigation. She created her own universe inspired by the mountains where she grew up, animals, cable cars and old postcards.

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SHARE San Jose

SHARE San Jose
SHARE San Jose is the local chapter of a global movement dedicated to supporting collaboration and knowledge exchange in new media communities, largely done by holding free, open jams and workshops.

Photo credit: Elizabeth Simon

John F. Simon, Jr.

Every Icon, 1996
John F. Simon, Jr. is best known for his software and screen based artworks. Simon uses the unique properties of digital media to create time-based paintings whose compositions never repeat.

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Sol Design Lab/ Bike Zoo

Powering Flight: Nature’s influence on mobility, 2010
Imagine turning the corner and instead of your local gas station people are charging their electric bicycles and cell phones at a solar-powered 1950’s vintage gas pump. Sol Design Lab creates urban solar charging stations to re-envision the infrastructure of our current petroleum-based energy production and transportation systems

Photo Credit: Frank Baldé.

Laetitia Sonami

Sheepwoman, 2009
Sheepwoman is the second live film collaboration from visual artist SUE-C and sound artist Laetitia Sonami. Sonami combines text, music and found sound to create “performance novels” using a variety of sensors, motors, props and interactive software.

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sonicSENSE represented by Lyes Belhocine and Drew Detweiler, 2010
Lyes Belhocine and Drew Detweiler are artists and recent graduates from the Digital Arts and New Media Program at UCSC.

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Jeff Stark

Empire Drive-In, 2010
Jeff Stark is the editor of Nonsense NYC and organizes all sorts of projects in unusual spaces.

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Studio for Urban Projects

Public Orchard, 2010
Founded in 2006, the Studio for Urban Projects is an art and design collaborative that perceives art as a means of advancing civic engagement and furthering public dialogue. The Studio’s core members are Alison Sant, Marina McDougall, Richard Johnson, and Kirstin Bach.

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Sheepwoman, 2009
Sheepwoman (2009) is the second live film collaboration from visual artist SUE-C and sound artist Laetitia Sonami. Employing a variety of digital tools to create a real-time experimental animation “instrument,” SUE-C synthesizes cinema from photographs, drawings, hand-made papers, fabrics and miniature models.

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The Wunderkammer, 2010
SuttonBeresCuller is a Seattle-based trio of artists (John Sutton, Ben Beres, and Zac Culler) who have worked collaboratively since 1999.

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Stephanie Syjuco

Future Shock Nesting Boxes, 2005
Stephanie Syjuco is a visual artist who’s recent work uses the tactics of bootlegging, reappropriation, and fictional fabrications to address issues of cultural biography, labor, and economic globalization.

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Daina Taimina

Day and Night, 2007
13-symmetry, 2005
Daina Taimina has a PhD in mathematics and crocheted first hyperbolic plane for using it in non-euclidean geometry class in 1997. Since then she has turned geometric models to fiber art pieces.

Photo credit: Rachel Duffy

Curtis Tamm

Tomato Quintet, 2007/ 2010
Tamm is a video/sound artist, musician, designer, and a DIY architect and scientist. His research/artistic practice strives to create a living conversation between film studies, philosophy, biology, physics, new media, art practice, neurobiology, architecture and cognitive/vision science.

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TechShop Workshop, 2010
TechShop, Inc. is the leading membership-based do-it-yourself workshop in the San Francisco Bay Area, providing access to tools and equipment, instruction and a creative community for the public to build most anything.

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Bruce Tomb

Maria Del Camino, 2010
Bruce Tomb is an interdisciplinary practice, with commissioned and experimental projects at varying scales investigating relationships between people, sites, architecture, technology & environment, since 1998.

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Chris Treggiari

The Mobile Arts Platform (MAP), 2010
Chris Treggiari’s work focuses on collaborations that connect communities through the manifestation of public interventions.

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Chuck Varga

Particle Falls, 2010
Andrea Polli and Chuck Varga create public media and ecology art works internationally, focusing the role of art in the understanding of climate and weather science through interpretation of the data and direct communications with scientists.

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Leo Villareal

Horizon 2, 2008
Leo Villareal’s light sculpture and installations have been exhibited in the US, Asia and Europe.

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Stephen Vitiello

Stephen Vitiello with guest, Molly Berg, 2010
Stephen Vitiello is an electronic musician and media artist. He has performed at the Tate Modern, London; The Kitchen, NYC; and the San Francisco Electronic Music Festival. Molly Berg is a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter from Richmond, VA.

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Grahame Weinbren

50 Letters, 2010
Still Life with Banquet, 2010
Grahame Weinbren is a film, video, and multimedia artist. His interactive cinema installations have been exhibited in museums, galleries, and festivals worldwide for over 20 years.

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