Adam Somlai-Fischer is an artist, entrepreneur and architect interested in the cultural qualities of new technologies. He collaborates on interactive art works with software designer and hardware hacker Bengt Sjölén as well as architect and Hertzian space artist Usman Haque.
Media critic, writer and organiser Trebor Scholz founded the Institute for Distributed Creativity in 2004. He is presently engaged with The New School University in New York with research focusing on digital labour issues.
Tonia Welter is a product designer with a particular focus on high-tech products. She co-founded betahaus in Berlin-Kreuzberg in early 2009 in order to explore new methods of co-working and shared creativity.
Laboratoire Deberlinisation founded in Berlin in 2001 by Mansour Ciss Kanakassy with Baruch Gottlieb and Christian Hanussek. Laboratoire Deberlinisation has exhibited and presented throughout Europe and 3 times at the Dakar Biennale, the 2008 edition of which Mansour Ciss was awarded first prize.
Neven Dološ is the spokesperson of the c-base Open-Moon-Project-Team for the Google-Lunar-X-Prize. He works as a hightech affairs consultant at the Agency for Innovations and Technology Transfer of the Berlin Senate.
‘Perry Rhodan’ fan Holger Logemann is founder of the Korvettenprojekt 3435 A.D.. In 1994 he dedicated himself to solving one of the great technical deficits in the SciFi world by reconstructing a legendary ‘Star Trek’ inspired starship using 3D CAD software.