Amy Alexander has worked in film, video, computer animation and
interactive media. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the
University of California, San Diego. Since 1996 she has been working
primarily in net art and software art, exploring dynamic processes,
temporal structures, and net culture. Much of her recent work has been in
live net art performance. Her Internet projects include plagiarist.org and
theBot as well as the "Multi-Cultural Recycler," which in 1999 was
nominated for a Webby Award for Best Arts Site.
Cue P. Doll is a programmer of open source alternativeware. Her
parodyware project "CueJack," made the in-home marketing barcode scanner
"CueCat" more user-friendly by enabling consumers to use it to learn about
corporate abuses instead of viewing ads. More recently, she has been part
of a software collaborative developing utilities released by The Yes Men
which allow the public to repair lies in corporate websites. She is currently
doing R&D work on user-friendly utilities of the future.
Florian Cramer, born 1969, lecturer in Comparative Literature at
Freie Universitat Berlin, researches on literature and combinatorics,
member of the transmediale.01 software art jury. Writings on net art,
software art, code poetry and Free Software in mailing lists and print
RTMark. Ray Thomas and Frank Guerrero are representatives of
RTMark, an anti-corporate corporation. RTMark offers support services to
activist projects that attack neo-liberal economic policies and corporate
abuses of power.
Alexei Shulgin is an artist, theorist, musician, curator and
photographer. Participated in hundreds of exhibitions and conferences. He
is a pioneer of net.art. He invented Form Art (http://www.c3.hu/collection/form).
He is a web-master at FU-FME (http://www.fu-fme.com/). He is a leader
of the world's first cyberpunk rock band 386 DX (http://www.easylife.org/386dx).
Since 2000 he teaches at Pro Arte Insitute, St. Petersburg.
Center for Museums and Exhibitions "ROSIZO", media-art
center "Macros-center" (Moscow)
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