Dr. Teresa Dillon is an educational psychologist working across the fields of contemporary art, research and science.
Andreas Greiner (German, born 1979) studied at Universität der Künste in Berlin, in Dresden, Budapest, Florence and San Francisco before graduating from Olafur Eliasson’s Institut für Raumexperimente.
Pit Schultz (born 1965) is an author, artist, computer expert and net activist. He lives and works in Berlin.
Kay Meseberg is Chef d’Edition of transmediale's partner the new ARTE platform Future.
Mey Lean Kronemann is an artist from Berlin, whose special interests include swarm robotics and Open Art.
Frank Rieger is spokesperson for Chaos Computer Club, and author on digital security and the influence of technology on society, citizen rights and politics. He lives and works in Berlin.
Geraldine Juárez is a mexican artist based in Sweden. Juárez works reflect on and interact with the spaces that emerge from the endless tensions between information, property and power.
Fujui Wang, Head of the Trans-Sonic Lab for Art and Techology Center, Taipei National University of the Arts, specialises in sound Art and Interactive Art.
Jack Stevenson is an American expat living in Denmark since 1993. He taught at cinema operations and film studies courses at The European Film College between 1995 and 1998.
Working primarily with the mediums of photography and video, Maha Maamoun often starts from generic visual representations of Cairo to explore how these intersect with, and are negotiated by, personal experiences.