Dominique Moulon


Dominique Moulon studied visual art at the Fine Art School (ENSA) of Bourges and holds a Master’s Degree in aesthetics, science and technology from the University of Paris 8.

Member of the Observatory of Digital Worlds in Humanities (OMNSH), of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA), of the Opline Prize for online contemporary art […]

Oliver Grau


Oliver Grau (born 24 October 1965) is a German art historian and media theoretician with a focus on image science, modernity and media art as well as culture of the 19th century and Italian art of the Renaissance. Grau is among the most quotes scholars of the field: His monography “Virtual Art”, published in several […]

Christa Sommerer


Christa Sommerer studied Biology and Botany (1982-85), followed by Art Education and Art Study in Modern Sculpture (1985-90) in Vienna, Austria. She concluded her post graduate study at the Staedelschule Institut for New Media, Frankfurt (1993-94). Subsequently, Christa Sommerer was an artist-in-resident at the NCSA National Center for Supercomputing Application, Beckman Institute (US) and at […]

Daphne Dragona


Daphne Dragona is a curator, writer and researcher living and working in Athens and Berlin. Since 2001, she has been collaborating with centers, museums and festivals in Greece and abroad for exhibitions, conferences, workshops and media art events. Among them are the National Museum of Contemporary Art (Athens), LABoral Centro de Arte y Creacion […]

Oscar Abril


Oscar Abril Ascaso (Barcelona, 1966) is a cultural producer, specialized in performance practices and theory of performativity. His career is focused on non object-oriented art. He has curated projects in the field of new media, sound art, performance practices, music or theater.

He has been artistic director of the Sonar festival in Barcelona, curator at the […]

Juan Martín Prada


Juan Martín Prada (Madrid, 1971). He is a professor at the University of Cádiz (Spain).

He is author of the books The postmodern appropriation. Art, Theory and practice appropriationist postmodernism (ed. Foundations, 2001), The new conditions of contemporary art (Briseño editors, 2003), and Internet art practices in the age of social networks (AKAL, Collection of Contemporary […]

Christopher Lindinger


Christopher Lindinger studied Computer Science at the University of Linz and Cultural Management in Salzburg.

He worked as researcher in the field of scientific visualisation and as freelance developer for entertainment industry.

Since 1997, based on his activities in the field of digital art, he is affiliated with the Ars Electronica and currently holds the […]

Pau Waelder


Crítico de arte y comisario independiente, investigador en arte y nuevos medios. Editor adjunto de Media Art en la revista, escritor en la revista ETC MEDIA, profesor colaborador en la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC). Ha comisariado varias exposiciones de arte contemporáneo y digital, entre las cuales cabe destacar: Extimidad. Arte, intimidad y tecnología. […]

Marc Canet & Varvara Guljajeva


Varvara & Mar have been working together as an artist duo since 2009. They have exhibited their art pieces in a number of international shows and festivals. Recently the duo has been commission by Google and Barbican Centre for creating a new art piece for Digital Revolution exhibition.

The artist duo locates itself in the field […]