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Lanfranco Aceti works as an academic, artist and curator and is the founder of The Studium: Lanfranco Aceti Inc. He is the founder and Director of OCR (Operational and Curatorial Research in Contemporary Art, Design, Science and Technology) and founder and Director of MoCC (Museum of Contemporary Cuts). He has also founded the Media Exhibition Platform (MEP) that has operated from 2010 presenting a range of international exhibitions both online and in physical spaces with an international curatoriate (Lanfranco Aceti, Vince Dziekan, Christiane Paul).
He is Visiting Professor at Goldsmiths College, department of Art and Computing, London; teaches Contemporary Art and Digital Culture at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Sabanci University, Istanbul; and is Editor in Chief of theLeonardo Electronic Almanac (The MIT PressLeonardo journal and ISAST). 

Alessandro Ludovico is an artist, media critic and chief editor of Neural magazine since 1993. He has published and edited several books, and has lectured worldwide. He's one of the founders of Mag.Net (Electronic Cultural Publishers organization). He also served as an advisor for the Documenta 12's Magazine Project. He has been guest researcher at the Willem De Kooning Academy in Rotterdam and he teaches at the Academy of Art in Carrara and NABA in Milan. He is one of the authors of the Hacking Monopolism trilogy of artworks (Google WIll Eat Itself, Amazon Noir, Face to Facebook). Currently he's PhD candidate at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge (UK).

Ruth Catlow (UK) is an artist and co-founder and co-director with Marc Garrett of Furtherfield, London's leading provider of platforms and programmes for arts, technology and social change.  Since 1997 Furtherfield has advanced DIWO practices and theories online and in physical space. Now Furtherfield Gallery is based in the heart of Finsbury Park, North London. From here Ruth works and plays with network cultures, practices and poetics, to engender shared visions and new emancipatory infrastructures. She is currently Head of Writtle School of Design, UK.

Jennifer Chan works with video, performance, and web-based media. She makes deliberately kitsch remix videos as a form of social commentary on art and gender after the Internet. Chan recently had solo exhibitions at the Marshall McLuhan Salon in the Embassy of Canada in Berlin for Transmediale 2013 (Germany) and Vox Populi (Philadelphia, US). Her work has shown at Eastern Bloc (Montreal, CA), Brooklyn International Festival of Performance Art (Brooklyn, US), Kiasma (Helsinki, FI), Abandon Normal Devices Festival (Manchester, UK), Interstate Projects (New York City, US), Future Gallery (Berlin, Germany), Transnumériques (Brussels, BE), Portland Art Museum (Maine, US), Trinity Square Video (Toronto, CA), and Images Festival (Toronto, CA). She is a recipient of the Mississauga Art Awards for Emerging Visual Talent in 2008. 

Chan has presented on her work at Whitechapel Gallery (London, UK) and Hyperallergic's tumblr art symposium (New York City, US). Her writing on the vague histories and trends of Internet culture has been published on West Space Journal, Rhizome, Networked_Performance (, Art F City, and Junk Jet. She is currently guest-editing .dpi Feminist Journal of Digital Art and Culture. She has a HBA in Communications, Culture, Information Technology from University of Toronto and a MFA in Art Video from Syracuse University. Chan was born in Ottawa and raised in Hong Kong. She is currently a Media Arts Practices instructor at School of Art Institute Chicago.