Michael Dieter is a lecturer in art, media, ecology and politics. He is a PhD scholar on contemporary technoscientific art practices.
Clemens Apprich (born 1981) is a curator and Research Fellow at Leuphana University in Lüneburg.
Daniel García Andújar (Almoradí, 1966) is an installation artist. He lives and works in Barcelona.
Telekommunisten is a Berlin-based collective whose work investigates the political economy of communications technology.
Pär Thörn (born in Uddevalla 1977) is a writer, conceptual artist and musician currently active in Berlin.
Jacob Lillemose (born 1974) is the curator of the transmediale exhibition program. He lives and works in Berlin and Copenhagen.
Marcel Schwierin is a curator, filmmaker and also a co-founder of the Werkleitz Biennial, the experimental film database cinovid and the Arab Shorts festival in Cairo.
Siegfried Zielinski holds the chair for media theory / archaeology and Variantology of the media at Berlin University of the Arts.
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.
Julien Maire is an artist whose work confronts immobility and movement, reality and fiction. His exhibitions and performances interrogate the notion of time and memory embedded within the film image.