Mathias Fuchs is an Austrian artist, musician, media critic and Professor at Leuphana University Lüneburg.
Mark Butler is research assistant at the Institut für Künste und Medien of the University of Potsdam and coordinator of its Digital Games Research Centers (DIGAREC).
Gregor Sedlag (born 1966) is visual phuturist, illustrator, graphic designer and comic author, living and working in Berlin.
Oliver Lerone Schultz – Studies in philosophy, history of science, and ethnology, followed by research in media theory, embodiment and theory of performativity (FU Berlin 1999-2003).
Dmytri Kleiner is a software developer and the author of The Telekommunist Manifesto.
Clemens Apprich (PhD) studied Philosophy, Political Science, Cultural History and Theory in Vienna, Bordeaux and Berlin.
Daphne Dragona is a curator, writer and researcher living and working in Athens and Berlin.
Georgios Papadopoulos combines economics and philosophical analysis with an exploratory artistic practice. His research gravitates around money and its socio-economic functions.
Dr. Jussi Parikka is a media theorist and Professor at Winchester School of Art, UK. His books and articles have analysed accidents and dark sides of network culture as well as digital audiovisual culture.
Artist, filmmaker, networker Cheang constructs networked installations and multi-player performances in participatory impromptu mode.