Dmytri Kleiner is a Canadian artist, living and working in Berlin.
Baruch Gottlieb is a Canada-born media artist exploring navigable fiction and documentary and an active member of the Telekommunisten Network.
Julian Oliver is a New Zealander and Critical Engineer based in Berlin.
I-Wei Li is Artistic Director of SideBySide Studio e.V., CEO of Artout Artist Escort Service, and ‘contexterin’ – a female person who aims to generate new contexts in her creative practice.
Bengt Sjölén is an independent software and hardware designer/hacker/artist based in Stockholm.
Alan N. Shapiro is the author of Star Trek: Technologies of Disappearance. At his website Alan N. Shapiro, Technologist and Futurist, he has published 250 articles about media and technology theory.
Susanne Jaschko is an independent curator of digital and contemporary art. From 1997 to 2004 she was curator and deputy director of transmediale.
Artist and activist trader Kate Rich’s practice includes sound and video art, social practice, hospitality, and sport art. With Natalie Jeremijenko she co-founded the Bureau of Inverse Technology (BIT).
This session draws together four transmediale projects that use wireless technologies, augmented realities and mapping tools to reveal the undisclosed topologies of Berlin.
Joanna Render: Re_Thinking Net.Art
Joanna Render talks about placing Public Artworks in the Art Market and presents her Online Art Exhibition "Rethinking About".