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Camille Baker is an artist-performer/researcher/curator within various art forms: mobile media, interactive and performance installation, music composition and performance, video art, web animation, and experience design. Baker has recently completed a PhD project called MINDtouch through the SMARTlab Digital Media Institute, involving social collaborative ‘VJing’ within mobile performance media contexts. Her other research interests include: [...]

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Mark R. Hancock is an editor and writer. He has written art criticism for the BBC, Furtherfield, NewMediaFix, Neural, Digicult, as well as several commisions from the Arts Council. His essay on Expanded Literature was included in Hothaus Papers from Vivid, as well as several exhibition catalogs and festival reports. His interests are the human [...]

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Lori Emerson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at the University of Colorado Boulder. She writes on and teaches electronic literature (especially digital poetry), experimental American and Canadian poetry from the 20th and 21st century, history of computing, and media theory. In addition to curating the Archeological Media Lab, [...]

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Roy Christopher started making beats and mixes when “pause tapes” were the shit. He has written about music, technology, and culture for over twenty years for everything from regional newspapers and homegrown ‘zines to books and national glossy magazines. He was recently assistant editor of Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky’s edited collection [...]

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Self-proclaimed leader of the Situationist International, Guy Debord was certainly responsible for the longevity and high profile of Situationist ideas, although the equation of the SI with Guy Debord would be misleading. Brilliant but autocratic, Debord helped both unify situationist praxis and destroy its expansion into areas not explicitly in line with his own ideas. [...]

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Mark Sample is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at George Mason University, where is he also an affiliated faculty member with GMU’s undergraduate Honors College, its Cultural Studies doctoral program, and the Center for History and New Media. Professor Sample’s research focuses [...]

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Paule Mackrous is an author, a media arts curator and a PhD candidate in Semiotics at the University of Québec in Montréal. Editor in chief of the CIAC’ Electronic Magazine, she also contributes to several contemporary art journals. Her research focuses on the effect of presence, a notion that she first developed in her MA [...]

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Niall Lucy is Professor of Critical Theory at Curtin University, Western Australia, and co-editor with Robert Briggs of online journal Ctrl-Z: new media philosophy. His books include A Derrida Dictionary; Beyond Semiotics: Text, Culture and Technology; Pomo Oz: Fear and Loathing Downunder; and Vagabond Holes: David McComb and The Triffids (co-edited with Chris [...]

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Janneke Adema is a PhD student at Coventry University currently writing a dissertation on the future of the monograph. Her research practice focuses on issues of openness, remix, authorship and integrity, through which she explores and critically analyses the discourse and power struggle surrounding the scholarly monograph.  Her research, which can be seen as both [...]

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Randall Packer is an internationally acclaimed multimedia artist and composer, creating works that have pioneered the integration of interactive media, installation, and live performance. His work has been performed and exhibited at galleries, museums, theaters, and festivals throughout the world. In 2001, he founded the US Department of Art & Technology in Washington, DC and [...]

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