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The 1st Yogyakarta International Media Art Festival held by HONF in 2007. Click here to view the archive

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2nd Yogyakarta International Media Art Festival "We Are The Cells" in 2008. click here to view the archives

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3rd Yogyakarta International Media Art Festival "Circle Cells" in 2009. click here to view the archives.

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4th Yogyakarta International Media Art Festival "Invisible Cells" in 2010. this festival is about to happen from 27th July - 7th August 2010

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The 1st Yogyakarta International Media Art Festival held by HONF in 2007. Click here to view the archive

Vladimir Todorovic (Serbia)

Vladimir-todorivicBorn 1977, in Zrenjanin (Serbia). Currently, he teaches at the School of Art, Design and Media at NTU, Singapore. He co-founded the art collective - SYNTFARM based in Singapore, the Institute for Flexible Cultures and Technologies 'NAPON' in Serbia and RASTER Group. His work is focusing on defining a synthetic language for representing and experiencing various phenomena from our environment. His projects were exhibited in various events and venues including: Wealth of Nations,ICAS, ISEA08, Wired NextFest, Dislocate07, ISEA06, Siggraph 06, Transmediale 05, File 2004, MuseumsQuartier Vienna, Machinista, Entermutlimediale 2, WRO 05, Museum of Contemporary Arts Belgrade, etc. He worked on organizing ISEA08 in Singapore.

http://tadar.net

 
Alex Schaub (Switzerland - Netherland)

alex-schaubAlex Schaub (CH) studied electric bass guitar and piano at the Jazz Berufsschule in Luzern from 1992-1995. During this study he became more interested in sound as a phenomenon, and in the connection to visual media. From 1995- 1999 he studied Image and Sound at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. He experimented with electronics, film/video and performance, from the concept of 'Gesamtkunstwerk' - in a Kandinskian way. From 2000-2001 he specialised in the science of music in a postgraduate course in Sonology at the Royal Conservatory. He graduated as Master of Music in 2001

http://fablab.waag.org

 
Astrid Almkhlaafy (US - UK)
Photo_26Astrid Almkhlaafy is currently assistant professor at nanyang technological university department of art design and media with an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has pursued her art and design practice internationally spending much time in the US, UK and Japan. She has a strong interest in typography and graphic design history and has investigated these in particular relation to live arts, photography and book making. Many of her projects combine all of these elements in an attempt to immerse the audience in an experience of close communication.  She historically locates this practice in line with the activities of the Futurists, Dadaists, Constructivists, Bauhaus and Black Mountain College in which new performance and improvisational experiments were also accompanied by a realization of new graphic and typographic works.

Her current major project involves research in China, Cambodia and Indonesia in an investigation of sacred sites, temples and mountains, examining the process of pilgrimage and methodologies of performing and delineating such actions. One of the elements of this project involves using gps traces to virtually cover a space in red, her movements marked in digital spaces by a trailing red line, which she manipulates to encircle mountains and religious spaces. In this project she pursues the juxtaposition of the concrete, immovable physical phenomenon of a mountain or an immense stone structure such as Borobudur with the transitory impermanence of the human presence and human experience. In this work she employs digital technologies in a form of ritual performance for communication.
http://www.eonsbetween.net/singapore.html


http://stridialmkhlaafy.blogspot.com/search/label/GPS
http://www.stridistudio.com/
 
Dan Gregor (Czech Rep)
photo-not-availableEducation:
Institute of Creative Photography / Slezian University - 1998-01
Prague Photographic School - 1994 - 98

WORK:
Freelance www.kytka.org

Vjing:
Performing with
Nathan Fake, Benga & Skream, Anderson noise ... more info: www.initi.org

Exhibition:
Grenoble - gallery In-Out - 2003
Bienale of Graphic Design in Brno 2008 (prace je zastoupena ve sbirce Mravskoslezske galerie)
 
René T.A. Lysloff (US)

René T.A. Lysloff is an Associate Professor of Music (Ethnomusicology) and came to UCR in the fall of 1996 after teaching two years at the University of Pittsburgh. Before that, he was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Music at Grinnell College (1992-93) and also taught at Oberlin College and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Lysloff has also been exploring issues related to changing technologies and their impact on cultural practices and epistemologies involving music. For the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology in Los Angeles, he organized a Pre-Conference Symposium on music and technoculture with panelists that included scholars, performers, studio engineers, and political activists. Lysloff is an active member of the Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM) and, along with Deborah Wong, has served as editor of the SEM Newsletter (1994-1999). He has also served on the SEM Council (1994-96, 2003-04) and was Vice President and President of the Southern California Chapter of SEM (SEMSCC). Lysloff was also Vice President of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music-U.S.A. Chapter.

www.music.ucr.edu

 
Tengal Drilon (Philippines)
Manila-based interdisciplinary media artist, composer-musician, and filmmaker working with various mediums: sound, music, video, performance, cinema, text, computers, interactive design, etc. He also curate and organize, as well as participate in various media art shows in the Philippines and abroad.
He is a founder of SABAW Media Art Kitchen – a not-for-profit, artist-run initiative and network platform for all kinds of information and communication carried via modern electronic media focused specially in the region of South East Asia.
 
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