CONTRIBUTORS

Denise Thwaites

Denise Thwaites is an Australian curator, researcher and educator, whose practice interlaces digital and community engaged processes to interrogate emergent frames of inclusion, exclusion and

Glenn Finau

Glenn Finau is currently a lecturer in accounting at the University of Tasmania. He recently completed his PhD from the University of New South Wales

Declan Kuch

Dr Declan Kuch is a a Vice-Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellow at Western Sydney University. Declan is a sociologist of science and technology, whose research spans

Lexi Mossop

Lexi (Alexandra) is a second year student at RMIT University studying, through a design lens, the unique and dynamic field of digital media. In her

Megan Kelleher

Megan Kelleher is a PhD candidate and one of RMIT’s Vice Chancellor’s Indigenous Pre-Doctoral Fellows in the School of Media and Communication. The title of

Nancy Mauro-Flude

Nancy Mauro-Flude is an artist and theorist. Administrator of a home-brewed feminist web server, she leads the nascent Holistic Computing Network and practices experiential pedagogy in her role

Jack Parkin

Jack Parkin is a digital economist at the Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University, where he researches human-machine interaction and its impact upon society.

Melinda Cooper

Melinda Cooper is Professor in the College of Arts and Social Sciences at the Australian National University. She is the author of Family Values: Between Neoliberalism

Ellie Rennie

Ellie Rennie is an ARC Future Fellow and Professor at RMIT University where she works across the Digital Ethnography Research Centre and the Blockchain Innovation

Pandu Sastrowardoyo

Pandu Sastrowardoyo is co-founder of Indonesian Blockchain Association and the VP of Consulting at Blocksphere. She leads the blockchain discussion in Indonesia between communities, enterprises,

Vanessa Bartlett

Vanessa is a curator and McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Culture and Communication at University of Melbourne. She is interested in artworks that

Bill Hart

Bill Hart is a creative practitioner who lives and works in Hobart, Tasmania. His work encompasses art, science, philosophy, explored through tinkering with technology. His

Kate Geck

Kate Geck is an artist interested in network culture, who is working in Narrm/Melbourne on unceded Wurundjeri land. She works with code, installation and textiles

Siddharta Perez

Siddharta Perez is a curator and educator. Their practice is parented by independent communities in Manila and the regions surrounding the Philippines, chiseled by museum employment

Stephen Healy

Stephen Healy is a geographer and a Senior Research Fellow at the institute for Culture and Society, University of Western Sydney. His engaged research is

Meg J. Walch

Meg is an Artist, Educator, Arts Advocate, and Witch Doctor. She exploits the extreme plastic conditions of painting and drawing, blending abstraction with figuration to

Daniel Bar

Daniel is an entrepreneur and investor with primary focus on decentralized web technologies. He is the founder of bitfwd (æŻ”ç‰čæœȘ杄 – ćŒșć—é“Ÿćˆ›æŠ•) and currently serves as Chairman.

Katrina Sluis

Katrina was previously Senior Curator (Digital Programmes) at The Photographers’ Gallery, developing artistic commissions and public projects on machine vision, synthetic imaging, posthuman photography, net culture

Shahee Ilyas

Shahee Ilyas is an independent multidisciplinary designer + data analyst, researching & experimenting with information graphics, art, design and computer programming. He is interested in how

Tjanara Goreng Goreng

Tjanara is a Wakka Wakka/Wulli Wulli clanwomanof the Djawun Djumbe Nation of Central Queenslandand carries the traditions of her clan through medicine practice, being a

Petr Sourek

Petr Sourek is a playwright and philosopher. He is founder of The new “Corrupt Tour” company takes groups around Prague, to gawk at places tied

Matt Scobie

My research interests are broadly around exploring ways to hold organisations, businesses and governments accountable for their social, environmental, cultural and economic impacts. This is

Tim Hollo

Tim Hollo is Executive Director of the Green Institute and a Visiting Fellow at RegNet, the Australian National University’s School of Regulation and Global Governance.

Elaine Jing Zhao

Dr. Elaine Jing Zhao is Senior Lecturer in the School of the Arts and Media at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. Elaine is the author

Deborah Cleland

Deb is an activist/ artist/academic, with all the compromise and circuitous life paths that those slashes imply. She dabbles in interactive theatre and games, site-specific

Cristina Ampatzidou

Cristina Ampatzidou is a Rotterdam-based researcher with a background in Architecture and Urbanism, and co-founder of research-led practice Amateur Cities. Currently a research fellow for

Justin Clemens

Justin Clemens is most recently the author of a book of limericks. He teaches at the University of Melbourne.

Ceri Hann

Ceri is a multidisciplinary arts practitioner who develops participatory art forms intended to enhance the conditions for collective idea generation. This approach to practice often

In Her Interior

In Her Interior (Francesca da Rimini and Virginia Barratt)In 2015 In Her Interior (IHI) began co-creating live works of spoken/sung and recorded text and video

Inte Gloerich

Inte Gloerich is a PhD researcher at Media and Culture Studies, Utrecht University, focusing on the sociotechnical imaginaries in blockchain art, design, and products. Besides this, she is a

Claire Field

Claire Field is a contemporary curator and artist who is deeply committed to facilitating art experiences that have a positive effect on people’s lives.  Her

Baden Pailthorpe

Baden Pailthorpe (b. 1984) is part of a generation of artists whose practice is shaped by Internet culture. He holds a Ph.D from the University

Astrid Lorange

Astrid Lorange is a writer, editor, and artist. She studied writing and cultural studies at the University of Technology Sydney, where she completed her doctoral thesis

Monique Rooney

Monique Rooney is a Senior Lecturer in English at the Australian National University. Her research explores race, sex, gender and class in the context of

Linda Dement

Linda Dement has worked in arts computing since the late 1980s. Originally a photographer, her digital practice spans the programmed, performative, visual and virtual. Her

Julia Drouhin

Dr Julia Drouhin is a French Australian artist interested in the embodiment of invisible soundstreams that reveal friction in sociality and shift usual modes of transmission. Her

Tom Chen

Tom Chen is Associate Professor in marketing in the Canberra Business School at the University of Canberra, Australia. He holds an honorary position at the

Lara Luna Bartley

Lara is an artist and PHD candidate at the University of the West of England’s Digital Culture Research Centre (DCRC), focused on engaging audiences in

Melissa Delaney

Melissa deLaney is an artist, curator and creative executive with a long commitment and history working at the nexus of education, art and cultural development, recreation, wellness,

Scot Cotterell

Scot Cotterell is an Australian born inter-disciplinary artist known for his works concerned with the experience of mediated environments. His work uses mixtures of sound,

Kate Rich

Kate Rich is an artist, grocery trader, volunteer finance manager and feral economist. In 2019 she co-produced RADMIN, Britain’s first festival of Administration. She is currently working

Denisa Kera

Denisa Kera is a philosopher and designer that experiments with various creative strategies of public engagement in emerging science and technology issues. She uses design

Gaby Wijers

Gaby Wijers is founder and director of LIMA. Previously she was coordinator of collection, preservation and related research at the Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam:

Ania Molenda

Ania Molenda is an independent Rotterdam-based researcher, curator and writer. She is a co-founder and director of research and publishing platform Amateur Cities. In her work

Laura McLean

Laura McLean is a Melbourne-based curator, writer, and researcher interested in the politics of representation and the representation of politics in contemporary art. Past curatorial projects

Geert Lovink

Geert Lovink is a Dutch media theorist and net critic. He received his PhD from the University of Melbourne and worked at the University of

Elise Klein

Dr Elise Klein (OAM) is a Senior Lecturer of Public Policy at the Crawford School, ANU. Dr Klein has a Dphil in International Development from the University

Nick Smithies

Nick Smithies musician and electronic artist. Interested in sound composition, computer/real world interfacing, reactive installation, aleatoric music constructed from found data sets, sonification, electronic performance tools,

Heather A. Horst

Professor Heather A, Horst is the Director of the Institute for Culture and Society at Western Sydney University. A sociocultural anthropologist by training, she researches

Kamaljit K. Sangha

Dr. Kamaljit K. Sangha is an Ecological Economist at the Darwin Centre for Bushfire Research. Over the past 15 years, she has been extensively working