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TMF Editors

The editors of the Tactical Media Files archive and documentation resource is a continuously changing group of individuals. The resource was started in 2008 by David Garcia, Eric Kluitenberg, Michiel van der Haagen, and Ian van Riel, further assisted by Gerbrand Oudenaarden, Adam Hyde, Huub Sanders (IISG) and many other individuals and organisations.

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Paul Garrin

b 1957 in Philadelphia (USA); 1978?82 study of art at the Cooper Union of Art, New York (USA), under Hans Haacke, Vito Acconci and Martha Rosler, degree of Bachelor of Arts; since 1981 in cooperation with Nam June Paik; 1985 starting his own production of tapes and installations; 1990 Artist in Residence at the Video Fest Berlin (D); lives in New York (USA).

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Thomas Pynchon

Thomas Ruggles Pynchon, Jr. (born May 8, 1937) is an American writer based in New York City, noted for his dense and complex works of fiction.

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    Ryan Griffis

    Ryan Griffis makes work in the form of visual art, text, curated exhibits, and performance that usually focuses on relationships between activism, visual culture, and technology.

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      Jonathan Peizer

      The Principal of Internaut Consulting, Jonathan Peizer, has over two decades of experience in strategic planning, and successful execution of projects employing a broad array of technologies. His forte is identifying needs and applying the appropriate strategic solutions to meet them in international, cross-cultural settings in over 75 countries.

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        Mark Dery

        Mark Dery is a cultural critic. He writes about media, the visual landscape, fringe trends, and unpopular culture.

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          Graham Harwood

          Graham Harwood is the artistic director of the UK artist group Mongrel.

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            Richard Barbrook

            Dr. Richard Barbrook was educated at Cambridge, Essex and Kent universities. During the early-1980s, he was involved in pirate and community radio broadcasting. He helped to set up Spectrum Radio, a multi-lingual station operating in London, and published extensively on radio issues.

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              Tetsuo Kogawa

              Tetsuo Kogawa's interests range over a variety of disciplines and critical approaches.

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                Nina Czegledy

                Moderator of Enduring Post Communism: Networks of Patronage- An independent media artist, curator and writer, Nina Czegledy has been involved in collaborative international projects and cultural exchange focusing on Eastern European initiatives since the mid eighties.

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                  Arthur Kroker

                  Arthur Kroker is media- en cultuurwetenschapper aan de University of Victoria in Canada. Hij houdt zich bezig met technologie, cultuur en theorie, Franse en Duitse politieke theorie, sociale wetenschappen en ethiek en biotechnologie. Samen met zijn vrouw Marilouise onderhoudt hij CTheory.net, het toonaangevende online magazine over technologie, media en cultuur, met artikelen, interviews, video's en recensies. 

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                    Pit Schultz

                    Media artist, lives and works in Berlin. Co-founder of - a moderated mailing list for net criticism, collaborative text filtering, and cultural politics of the nets (www.nettime.org) Pit Schultz is also the co-founder of the Bootlab abd Klubradio.de, both in Berlin.

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                      Gurpal Singh

                      Gurpal Singh, is an independent filmmaker. He has been involved with 'Gujarat Shared Footage Group' in intensively documenting the aftermath of the violence in Gujarat since March 2002

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                        Meg McLagan

                        Meg McLagan is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at New York University where she teaches in the Program in Culture and Media.

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                          Barbara Abrash

                          Barbara Abrash is a teacher, curator and independent producer. She is the director of public programs at the Center for Media, Culture and History and the Center for Religion and Media at New York University where, since 1986, she has taught a graduate seminar in media and history in the Public History Program.

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                            Mrityunjay Chatterjee

                            Mrityunjay Chatterjee is a designer who conceptualizes and coordinates creative (digital and print) productions for both Sarai and Cybermohalla.

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