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HANNES KOCH

London-based art and design collective rAndom International was founded in 2002 by Hannes Koch, Stuart Wood and Flo Ortkrass. rAndom International have developed a series of artistic projects and installations that aim to re-interpret the “cold” nature of digital-based work by providing the viewer with the opportunity to have a more hands-on experience with technology. More recently, their work has investigated the potential of adding behavioural qualities to usually in-animate objects and environments. Apart from experimental works rAndom realizes commissioned works for clients such as Philips, Fiat and Nokia.

HANNES KOCH

London-based art and design collective rAndom International was founded in 2002 by Hannes Koch, Stuart Wood and Flo Ortkrass. rAndom International have developed a series of artistic projects and installations that aim to re-interpret the “cold” nature of digital-based work by providing the viewer with the opportunity to have a more hands-on experience with technology. More recently, their work has investigated the potential of adding behavioural qualities to usually in-animate objects and environments. Apart from experimental works rAndom realizes commissioned works for clients such as Philips, Fiat and Nokia.

NICHOLAS FELTON

The New York graphic designer Nicholas Felton has been logging his life for the last six years, visualising a review of his behaviour in personal “Annual Reports”. Nicholas uses the tracking platform “Daytum” to collect the everyday data on which his high-quality design reports are based. At the “see conference”, Nicholas will be talking about the visualisation process behind these projects and he will present which personal insights into his own behaviour he gained through the years. Nicholas works as a graphic designer for magazines like the Wall Street Journal, Wired and Creative Review. He has taught Interaction Design at the School of Visual Arts in New York and Typography at the Parsons New School of Design. His projects have won prizes at numerous exhibitions and in numerous competitions.

NICHOLAS FELTON

The New York graphic designer Nicholas Felton has been logging his life for the last six years, visualising a review of his behaviour in personal “Annual Reports”. Nicholas uses the tracking platform “Daytum” to collect the everyday data on which his high-quality design reports are based. At the “see conference”, Nicholas will be talking about the visualisation process behind these projects and he will present which personal insights into his own behaviour he gained through the years. Nicholas works as a graphic designer for magazines like the Wall Street Journal, Wired and Creative Review. He has taught Interaction Design at the School of Visual Arts in New York and Typography at the Parsons New School of Design. His projects have won prizes at numerous exhibitions and in numerous competitions.

KENT DEMAINE

For the past fourteen years, OOOii has specialized in information visualization and future technology design for the Hollywood movie industry. They work for films like Minority Report, Star Trek, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and The Island. And with technologies such as multitouch surfaces, gesture based interaction, real-time installations, augmented reality and game engines.

KENT DEMAINE

For the past fourteen years, OOOii has specialized in information visualization and future technology design for the Hollywood movie industry. They work for films like Minority Report, Star Trek, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and The Island. And with technologies such as multitouch surfaces, gesture based interaction, real-time installations, augmented reality and game engines.

DIETER BRELL

Dieter Brell is co-founder of the approximately 30-strong transdisciplinary design team 3deluxe. The international active design and architecture office was founded in 1992 in Wiesbaden and maintains branch offices in Hamburg and Shanghai.

DIETER BRELL

Dieter Brell is co-founder of the approximately 30-strong transdisciplinary design team 3deluxe. The international active design and architecture office was founded in 1992 in Wiesbaden and maintains branch offices in Hamburg and Shanghai.

ANDREW VAN DE MOERE

Andrew Vande Moere is a senior lecturer affiliated with KULeuven, Belgium, and the University of Sydney, Australia. His research interests include data visualization, interaction design, media architecture and physical computing. Andrew is also the sole author of the “information aesthetics” weblog, a website collecting compelling representations of information that are engaging as well as insightful.

ANDREW VAN DE MOERE

Andrew Vande Moere is a senior lecturer affiliated with KULeuven, Belgium, and the University of Sydney, Australia. His research interests include data visualization, interaction design, media architecture and physical computing. Andrew is also the sole author of the “information aesthetics” weblog, a website collecting compelling representations of information that are engaging as well as insightful.

GIDEON OBARZANEK

Founded in Australia by choreographer Gideon Obarzanek, his company Chunky Move has earned an enviable reputation for producing a distinct yet unpredictable brand of genre-defying dance performance. Obarzanek’s works have been diverse in form and content and include stage productions, installations, site-specific works and film. His multi-award winning works have been performed in many festivals and theatres around the world in the U.K, Europe, Asia and the Americas.

GIDEON OBARZANEK

Founded in Australia by choreographer Gideon Obarzanek, his company Chunky Move has earned an enviable reputation for producing a distinct yet unpredictable brand of genre-defying dance performance. Obarzanek’s works have been diverse in form and content and include stage productions, installations, site-specific works and film. His multi-award winning works have been performed in many festivals and theatres around the world in the U.K, Europe, Asia and the Americas.

PROF. DR. HERBERT W. FRANKE

Prof. Dr. Herbert W. Franke (born 1927) studied physics, mathematics, chemistry, psychology, and philosophy in Vienna. He is internationally considered to be a pioneer in the field of digital art and has made contributions to aesthetics with regard to perception and information theory. He has also addressed futurology and is one of the most distinguished German-language science fiction authors. He has written more than 40 reference and specialised books as well as award-winning utopian novels and short stories. H. W. Franke has held lectureships at the University and Academy of Arts in Munich and is co-founder of Ars Electronica in Linz on the Danube. Along with other awards, he received the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art, First Class, in 2007 from the Austrian Ministry for Education, Arts, and Culture.

PROF. DR. HERBERT W. FRANKE

Prof. Dr. Herbert W. Franke (born 1927) studied physics, mathematics, chemistry, psychology, and philosophy in Vienna. He is internationally considered to be a pioneer in the field of digital art and has made contributions to aesthetics with regard to perception and information theory. He has also addressed futurology and is one of the most distinguished German-language science fiction authors. He has written more than 40 reference and specialised books as well as award-winning utopian novels and short stories. H. W. Franke has held lectureships at the University and Academy of Arts in Munich and is co-founder of Ars Electronica in Linz on the Danube. Along with other awards, he received the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art, First Class, in 2007 from the Austrian Ministry for Education, Arts, and Culture.