Senior Creative Technologist & Co-Founder of Global Game Jam
Professor of Social Computing and Head of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at Northumbria University.
Rodrigo Lebrun is a French-Brazilian artist living in London. His practice looks at conflicting narratives that have emerged with the popularisation of digital technology under neo-liberal doctrine.
Loop.pH is a London based spatial laboratory experimenting across the fields of design, architecture and the sciences.
Ulungile Magubane is an interdisciplinary performance artist, South African-New Yorker, rotten Johannesburger, neo-blues singer and songwriter, quasi-economist, cake maker, pseudo philosopher and [un]traditional healer in search of peace of mind.
Agnes Meyer-Brandis is a German installation artist, known for her Moon Goose Colony, an internationally exhibited artwork and film in which she raises a flock of geese and teaches them to become astronauts.
Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham.
Associate Professor in Drama & Performance at York St. John University.
As a Creative Director, Curator and Artist, Estela Oliva’s work explores the impact of technology and the internet in human behaviour, society and our surroundings.
Joy Orbison is widely-regarded as one of the best underground electronic DJs around.
Liz Orton is a visual artist whose practice is based on entanglements of landscape, technology and the body.
Artists duo Lundahl & Seitl's mission is to use everyday devices as a tool to reconnect with our own and other bodies, instead of allowing technology to disconnect us from the same.
Semiconductor is UK artist duo Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt.
Born in Johannesburg, growing up in Doncaster, Skinny Pelembe poses a quadruple threat – he produces, plays guitar, sings and MCs, tapping into a unique, influence-weaving sound.
Matthew Plummer-Fernandez is a British-Colombian artist specialising in digitally created works, internet art and installations.