Has studied at the academy of applied art, department of ”visual communication” founded by Peter Weibel. Subsequently he was teaching computer languages, audio-visual productions, electronics and electrical technics at the same academy until 1992. At the technical university of graz he was lecturing at the departure ”institut fuer baukunst” - ”communication theory”.
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Heath Bunting has exhibited, performed and taught internationally for over 25 years, founder of irational.org. In his current work, The Status Project, uses artificial intelligence to search for artificial life in both societal and natural systems. http://status.irational.org/
Heath regularly runs artist's training workshops in artist resilience. http://irational.org/heath/out-door_survival/
Multimedia artist, and system designer devoted to technology. His background is interdisciplinary, holding degrees in visual and performing arts, software prototyping and computer sience. Unstitutionalized colaborator having fun in various fields of free arts.
James Bridle is a writer, artist, publisher and technologist based in London, UK. His work covers the intersection of literature, culture and the network. He writes for a wide range of media, online and in print, and lectures worldwide.
James writes a regular column in the Observer newspaper (UK) on publishing and technology. As well as his own blog, his writing has appeared in the New Statesman, Frieze, Eye, De Gids, ICON, Domus, Form, Cabinet, TAR, WIRED, the Guardian, the Atlantic and elsewhere.
James Stevens is the founder member of SPC and lives with his family in Deptford
SE London. Whilst directing operations at web boutique Obsolete in 1996
he launched Backspace, the proto cybercafe on Clink Street, London Bridge; a
response to conversations with Heath Bunting on the needs for an
accessible place to explore creative networking and critical media in
public. After fitting it out with artist Tim Cook it was modeled by
digital native Dorian Moore to become a touchstone to a thousand web
Jonathan Kemp has a long history of speculative and situational life coding events elaborated as active makings-in-the-world. Project collaborations (including as ap and xxxxx) include material processing performances, environmental installations, speculative communicative systems, symposia, and social software events executed throughout Europe, Brazil, and the US.
Karlessi is a member of Ippolita Collective, who recently published the book: In the Facebook aquarium: The resistible rise of anarcho-capitalism (http://www.ippolita.net/en/facebook-aquarium). He is also a great writer and thinker of anarchic and libertarian practices.
is an interdisciplinary communication researcher, director of the Institute for New Culture Technologies/ t0, and World-Information Institute (World-Information.Org), a cultural intelligence provider. Co-founder and chairman of Public Netbase (1994 - 2006), he has been active in electronic media as an artist, author, composer as well as curator, producer and organizer. Since 1979, numerous electronic intermedia productions, exhibitions, conferences and event designs for international festivals and cultural institutions as well as a range of interventions in public space.