Graham Harwood has lived and worked with Matsuko Yokokoji (YoHa English translation 'aftermath') since 1994. YoHa's graphic vision, technical tinkering, has powered several celebrated collaborations establishing an international reputation for pioneering arts projects, including the first on-line commission from the Tate Gallery London and work in the permanent collections of the Pompidou Centre, ZKM and Manifesta07.
Influenced by philosophy and science, American-born artist and filmmaker Reynold Reynolds works primarily with 16mm and Super 8mm film as an art medium. He has developed a common film grammar based on transformation, consumption and decay. Reynolds' depictions frequent disturbed psychological and physical themes, increasingly provoking the viewer's participation and dismay. He was awarded the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in 2003 and in 2004 he was invited to The American Academy in Berlin. He has received numerous awards, including the Distinction Award at transmediale.09.
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Rudolfo Quintas is a visual artist and performer specialising in the design of interactive audiovisual systems. In the past eight years he has been experimenting and developing artistic projects that intersect distinct artistic disciplines with technological ones.
Born and raised in Japan, Michiko Nitta studied Product Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, worked as a graphic designer before receiving an MA in Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art in London.
Petko Dourmana, is a media artist and organiser of interdisciplinary projects between art and information technology. He is co-founder of the InterSpace Media Art Centre, Sofia, which is a non-commercial combination of artists, computer scientists and media activists.
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Perry Bard is an artist who works with electronic media and lives in New York. Her public video installations are site specific and address cultural history and memory, often involving local community members in the production process.