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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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    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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      Collaborative Futures, 2nd Edition is now available 

      Collaborative Futures is a collaboratively authored book about the theory and practice of collaboration, with a focus on social media and peer-production. The true nature of collaborative culture as a form of creative expression in the context of digital and network technologies has remained elusive, a buzzword often falling prey to corporate and ideological interests.

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      Brett Stalbaum

      Brett Stalbaum is an artist and research theorist specializing in information theory, database, and software development. A serial collaborator, he was a co-founder of the Electronic Disturbance Theater in 1998, for which he co-developed software called FloodNet (http://www.thing.net/~rdom/ecd/ecd.html), which has been used on behalf of the Zapatista movement against the websites of the Presidents of Mexico and the United States, as well as the Pentagon. As Forbes Magazine put it "Perhaps the first electronic attack against a target on American soil was the result of an art project." For EDT, this was all learned behavior taught by the example of the Zapatistas. Stalbaum has been part of many other individual and collaborative projects, and has published widely on digital art, its context and aesthetics, and location aware media. He is a past editor of Switch, the new media journal of the CADRE digital media lab.

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        Omar Robert Hamilton

        Omar Robert Hamilton is an independent filmmaker and the producer of the annual Palestine Festival of Literature. He was born in London in 1984, and studied English Literature at Wadham College, Oxford. He now lives in Cairo.

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        Derrick de Kerckhove

        Derrick de Kerckhove is the former director of the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology.  He received his PhD. in French Language and Literature  from the University of Toronto and a Doctorat du 3e cycle in Sociology of Art from the University of Tours. From 1972 to 1980 he was an associate of the Centre for Culture and Technology and worked with Marshall McLuhan for over ten years as translator, assistant and co-author.

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         Furtherfield

        Furtherfield is an artist organisation founded by artists Ruth Catlow and Marc Garrett in 1997 and sustained by the work of its community as the Internet took shape as a new public space for internationally connected cultural production.

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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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          Participationism (re: Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus) 

          From: beka economopoulos
          Date: June 10, 2010 6:07:12 GMT+02:00
          Subject: [iDC] Participationism (was "why do we need physical campuses")

          Hi all,
          (...) Below is (one of) the curatorial statement(s) of a show that Not An Alternative has curated with Upgrade NY! and Eyebeam, called Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus, about the subjects of collaboration and participation. After constant debate, the curatorial committee never came to consensus about the thesis for the show, and so we've presented two distinct positions.
          Below is that of our group, Not An Alternative. The opening is tomorrow, with a curators talk at 5pm, so if you're in NY and you're ready for a rumble join us there.
          Best, Beka

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          Carbon Defense League

          Carbon Defense League (CDL) is a collective of media artists, technologists, activists and critical theorists working to explore the intersection between radical theory, traditional activism, and technology subversion through the creation of tactical media projects utilizing communication system technologies. The collective began in Pittsburgh, PA in 1997 and now has international membership with concentrations in areas including Michigan, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Spain, Australia, Amsterdam, and the United Kingdom.

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            Connected Archives @DEAF 07, in Rotterdam 

            Expert meeting (morning) and public presentations (afternoon) during the Dutch Electronic Art Festival (DEAF) 2007.
            Organised by de Balie and Portsmouth University, ISEA and V2_ In collaboration with Virtual Platform.

            Thursday 12 April
            Expert meeting: 10.00 ? 13.00
            Public presentations: 15.00 ? 18.00

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