Andy Cameron is executive director of Fabrica, the Benetton research centre on communication. He investigates the nature of interactivity and is editor of the book The Art of Experimental Interaction Design.
Régine Debatty is a blogger, curator, critic and lecturer whose work focuses on the intersection between art, science and social issues. She runs the blog we-make-money-not-art.com and contributes to European art and culture magazines.
Gustaff Harriman Iskandar is an artist, writer and curator from Indonesia. He is co-founder of the Bandung Center for New Media Arts and developed Common Room in 2003, an open platform for art, culture and ICT/Media.
Maja Kuzmanovic is founder of FoAM, a transdisciplinary organisation guided by the motto ‘grow your own worlds’. With an academic background in Design Forecasting and Interactive Media, she was named by MIT as one of the world’s top 100 ‘Young Innovators’ in 1999.
Artist and mathematician Jem Finer is the creator of the 1000 year long musical composition Longplayer, a work that represents a convergence of many of his concerns, particularly those relating to systems, long-durational processes and extremes of scale in both time and space.
Jan Edler studied architecture at the Technical University Aachen and at the Bartlett School of Architecture London. Together with his brother Tim he is also co-founder of realities:united, a studio for art & architecture.