Ani Acopian is a director and conceptual artist living in Los Angeles. Learn More
Suzy Shinn is a writer and grammy-nominated producer and engineer based in Los Angeles. She is known for her work with Panic! at the Disco, Weezer, Fall Out Boy, Dua Lipa, and Katy Perry, among many others. Learn More
Cecelia Condit has received awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, American Film Institute, and National Endowment for the Arts, among others. Her work has shown internationally in festivals, museums, and alternative spaces and is represented in collections including the Museum of Modern Art in NYC, the Centre Georges Pompidou Musee National d' Art Moderne, Paris, and the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh. She is a professor emerita in the Department of Film, Video, Animation and New Genres at the UW-Milwaukee.
Olia Lialina is among the best-known participants in the 1990s net.art scene—an early-days, network-based art pioneer. Lialina is also credited with founding one of the earliest web galleries, Art Teleportacia. She is cofounder and keeper of One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age archive and a professor at Merz Akademie in Stuttgart, Germany.
Xaviera López is a Chilean artist and animator. In 2013, she gained international exposure through Vine, a short-form video hosting service where users shared six-second-long, looping video clips. López has been featured on many platforms including ArtSlant, Buzzfeed, and Vice. Her clients include Audible, TBS, Apple, The New York Times, Coca-Cola, Starbucks, and Nike, among others.
Adrien M & Claire B is a company founded by Adrien Mondot (multidisciplinary artist, computer scientist, and juggler) and Claire Bardainne (visual artist, graphic designer, and scenographer) after joining forces on a shared creative vision in 2011. Together, they aspired to create an art of movement to set the human body in resonance with graphic and digital arts. Today, the Company has 30 associates, three performances and two exhibits touring internationally. Photo © Adrien M & Claire B and © Romain Etienne
Rafaël Rozendaal is a Dutch-Brazilian visual artist who uses the internet as his canvas. He also creates installations, tapestries, lenticulars, books and lectures. Rozendaal has had exhibitions in Times square, Centre Pompidou, Whitney Museum, Valencia Biennial, Casa Franca Brasil Rio, Seoul Art Square, and Stedelijk Museum.
Emily Scheider Berens is an artist and educator living in Milwaukee, WI. Emily has a passion for ‘Tra-Digital’ media; her studio practice meshes traditional drawing and printmaking techniques with an array of digital imaging and collage processes. She has exhibited and taught workshops regionally, and is a faculty member within UW-Milwaukee’s Peck School of the Arts.
Dave Beck is a practicing 3D digital, game, & new media artist living in Wisconsin. He is the recipient of the 2010 International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge Award, given by the National Science Foundation. Beck’s work has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, Sculpture Magazine, National Geographic, the journal Science, and the book GameScenes: Art in the Age of Videogames.
James Connolly is a video, sound and new media artist, instrument builder, educator, and museum worker. He teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is the Collection Manager of the Roger Brown Study Collection
Mike Lyon is a full-time artist in Kansas City, Missouri. He earned degrees in Fine Art from the University of Pennsylvania and The Kansas City Art Institute. His work is in the permanent collections of the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Miriana Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art, Springfield Art Museum, and numerous other public and private collections.
Jie Qi is a multi-disciplinary artist and entrepreneur based in Tokyo. She is currently project assistant professor at the University of Tokyo as well as cofounder and CTO of Chibitronics, which produces educational toolkits. Jie holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Columbia University and an M.S. and Ph.D. in media arts and sciences from the MIT Media Lab.
Scott snibbe began his career as one of the early developers of After Effects, and spent several years working on interactive music, automated editing, computer vision, and haptics at Paul Allen’s Interval Research Corporation. His work can be found in the collections of New York MoMA, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and other institutions.
Steven Stanger became interested in photography when he studied Russian at the U.S. Army Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California at a time when Brett Weston and Ansel Adams were living and working in the area. Mostly self-taught, Stanger has spent time in the darkroom but has now fully embraced the digitalization of photography. He lives in Baileys Harbor and is represented by Woodwalk Gallery in Egg Harbor, WI.