Tamara Al-Mashouk is a London-based Saudi artist. Through multi-channel video, performance, and architectural installation, her work explores the epigenetics of place and movement of people, with a particular focus on the intersections of being Arab, brown, queer and female.
Director and Writer Sam Barlow is known for games that push the boundaries of interactive narrative.
Professor in the department of Media & Culture Studies at Utrecht University.
Lecturer and Research Fellow in Digital Creativity, University of York
Harkirit DJs across many different genres from jazz to techno and is a founding member of the Jazzdance! DJ Collective in York, where he has been DJing and promoting gigs for around ten years.
Professor of Philosophy at the University of Birmingham.
Drummer, composer and Producer. Moses Boyd is 2X MOBO Awards winner, Recipient of The John Peel 'Play more Jazz Award’ from the 2016 Gilles Peterson Worldwide Awards.
As Senior Lecturer (T&S) in Audio and Music Technology, Department of Electronic Engineering, Jude teaches a number of modules in the areas of acoustics, psyscho-acoustics, virtual acoustics and auralization, music performance analysis, voice analysis and synthesis on postgraduate and undergraduate programmes. She...
Hannah Bruce and Company create events that respond to specific places, immersing audiences in unique performance journeys, using the latest digital technology.
Laura Cannell is a British composer and improvising recorder player and violinist.
Professor in Drama and Fellow of Trinity College Dublin where he is Head of School of Creative Arts and Director of the Arts Technology Research Laboratory.
Suzanne is a five-time Grammy award nominated composer, electronic music pioneer, and neo-classical recording artist whose work has been featured in countless commercials, video games, and feature films.
Brandon Covington Sam-Sumana was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina during the mid-1990s. They work to interrogate matters related to currency, transience, narratology, and system metabolism.
Phil Coy’s practice collages concepts rooted in the radical art and literature of the 20th century, with the languages and architectures of contemporary global commerce.
Helena Daffern is currently a Lecturer in Music Technology in the Department of Electronic Engineering at the University of York.