Alain Bieber studied rhetorics, sociology, literature and political science in Tübingen and Paris.
This programme traces an arc from the socialist motivated terrorism of the 1970s to the terrorism of today.
With works by Klaus vom Bruch, Karen Mirza and Brad Butler. (This is an adults only event. Visitors must be 18 years or older to attend.)
Karen Mirza (b. 1970) first studied painting at the Camberwell College of Art and continued through her MA in film and video at the Royal college of Art.
Martijn van Boven (nl) combines the techniques and possibilities of modern image processing and creation within the context of expanded cinema and early computer generated films.
Gert-Jan Prins (nl) focuses on the sonic and musical qualities of electronic noise and investigates its relationship with the visual.
David Cuartielles is Assistant Professor at Malmö University in Sweden and is one of the founders of Arduino.
Marie-Luise Angerer is professor of media and cultural studies at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne.
Working for over 15 years, Mieko Suzuki is a Japanese DJ and sound artist who has been based in Berlin since 2007.
Semiconductor is UK artist duo Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt.
Jane Prophet, Professor in the School of Creative Media, CityU, is a British artist who makes site-specific installations, sculptures and photographs that combine materials with simulations.