Alex Adriaansens

Alex Adriaansens is one of the founders of V2_, of which he is the general and artistic director. Curiosity in general, and art and science specifically, and how they critique, reflect and shape the realities we live in is a leading thread for him.

Adriaansens is a member of the advisory board of the Transmediale festival, Berlin; the Franck Mohr Institute – a mastersprogram in the field of Media Art; international advisory board for the eArts festival in Shanghai; Theatre in Motion in Beijing; He has been an advisor for different art institutes and art organisations, as well as policy organisations in a.o. Netherlands, Spain, Korea, Japan. Taiwan, Germany, Canada, Norway and China. He has been a member of different juries for international art festivals and price awards a.o. eArts festival in Shanghai, Ars Electronica (Austria), Transmediale (Germany), Share (Italy), Laboral (Spain); WRO festival (PL); Nova Luz (Sao Paulo). He is a regular commission member for funding bodies (nationally and internationally) like the Mondriaan Foundation (NL), Flemish Audio Visual Fund (B); Fund for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture (NL) a.o. His (co)curatorial work at V2_ – mostly in collaboration with the V2_ team and guest curators – is a.o.: The Body in Ruin (1993), Generated Nature (1994), Digital Territories (1996), The Art of the Accident (1998), Machine Times (2000), Information is Alive (2003), The Art of Open Systems / Feelings are always Local (2004); Interact or Die! (2007). V2_Zone (Taipe,2007); Life&Art (2009 – ongoing)

Co-curator of Millennium Dialogue – exhibitions, conferences and workshops – Beijing (Millennium Museum, Tsinghua University, National Art Museum Of China and local arts organisations – in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008); Metamorf 2010 festival in Trondheim (N); 3rd I exhibition – official side program World Expo2010 Shanghai


埃里克斯·阿德里安森是V2多变媒体研究所的创始人之一和艺术总监。他是柏林艺术节的顾问委员会成员,上海艺术节顾问委员会和北京移动剧场的成员。他在荷兰、西班牙、韩国、日本、台湾、德国、加拿大、挪威和中国的不同艺术机构和艺术团体以及政策机构担任顾问。他也是众多国际级艺术活动的评委,其中包括上海艺术节、奥地利电子艺术节、德国Transmediale等。他是千年对话展览、会议和工作坊的联合策展人,分别在2004年,2005年, 2006年, 2008年完成了世纪坛、国家美术博物馆等项目,2010年参与了上海世博会项目。

Ute Meta Bauer

Ute Meta Bauer is an Associate Professor and the Founding Director of the recently inaugurated MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology at the School of Architecture and Planning, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge/USA where she served as Director of the MIT Visual Arts Program from 2005 – 2009. From 1996 to 2006, she held an appointment at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna as a Professor of Theory and Practice of Contemporary Art. Educated as an artist for more than two decades Bauer has worked as a curator of exhibitions and presentations on contemporary art, film, video and sound, with a focus on transdisciplinary formats. She was a Co-curator of Documenta11 (2001-2002) in the team of Okwui Enwezor, has been the Artistic Director of the 3rd berlin biennial for contemporary art (2004) and in 2005 curated the Mobile_Transborder Archive for InSite05, Tijuana (MEX)/San Diego (USA). Furthermore Bauer has been the Founding Director of the Office For Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) and was the editor of numerous publications in the field of contemporary art, including: “What’s left…What remains? SITAC VI” (Mexico City 2009), “Education, Information, Entertainment. New Approaches in Higher Artistic Education” (Vienna, 2001) META 1 – 4 (Stuttgart, 1992-94), case(Barcelona, 2001; Porto, 2002) and Verksted # 1- 6 (Oslo, 2003-2006). Bauer is an advisor for a number of cultural institutions such as the MIT List Visual Arts Center, is a member of the administrative board of nbk – Neuer Berliner Kunstverein/Germany and serves on the Scientific Advisory Boards of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, Germany and LABoral Center for the Arts and Industrial Creation in Gijon, Spain. Her guilty pleasure is the collaboration with apparatjik, a collective project she joins as artistic director on special occasions.



Amanda McDonald Crowley

Amanda McDonald Crowley is Executive Director, Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, NYC. She is a cultural worker, curator, facilitator specializing in creating new media and contemporary art programs that encourage cross-disciplinary practice, collaboration, exchange and participation. Amanda was previously executive producer  ISEA2004, International Symposium for Electronic Arts, in Tallinn, Estonia and Helsinki, Finland, and on a cruiser ferry in the Baltic sea. She was Associate Director, Adelaide Festival 2002 and co-Chair of the working group that curated the exhibition and symposium ‘conVerge: where art and science meet’. As Director of the Australian Network for Art & Technology (1995-2000) she made significant links with science and industry developing residencies for artists in settings such as science organizations, contemporary art spaces and virtual residencies online; cross-disciplinary masterclasses for artists and curators; and began to establish links with media artists and organizations in Asia. She previously worked with the Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Training Australia, and the Australian International Video Festival. She’s done residencies in Berlin, Germany, Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada, and at Sarai in Delhi, India, regularly speaks at international conferences and festivals, and occasionally writes for journals such as Artlink, RealTime, the Sarai Reader, Art Asia Pacific.



克劳里是芬兰赫尔辛基和爱沙尼亚塔林电子艺术国际研讨会ISEA2004的执行策划人,是2002年阿德莱德艺术节的副总监,主持召开国际研讨会“艺术与科学融合之处”。她也是奥地利艺术和科技网络的主任。她还积极建立媒体艺术和亚洲组织之间的联系。她之前在澳大利亚艺术和艺术培训委员会以及澳大利亚国际视频艺术节开展过合作,她在德国柏林、加拿大班夫艺术中心和印度的新德里、德里等地常驻,参观过众多国际会议和艺术节并发言,为Artlink, RealTime, the Sarai Reader, Art Asia Pacific等艺术杂志撰稿。

Christopher Csikszentmihalyi

Chris Csikszentmihályi cofounded and directs the MIT Center for Future Civic Media (C4), dedicated to developing technologies that strengthen communities.  He also founded the MIT Media Lab’s Computing Culture group, which works to create unique media technologies for cultural and political applications.  Trained as an artist, he has worked in the intersection of new technologies, media, and the arts for 16 years, lecturing, showing new media work, and presenting installations on five continents and one subcontinent. He was a 2005 Rockefeller New Media Fellow, and a 2007-2008 fellow at Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, and has taught at the University of California at San Diego, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and at Turku University.



Jeffrey Huang

Prof. Dr. Jeffrey Huang heads the Media x Design Lab at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) where he is a Full Professor in the Department ofArchitecture and in the Faculty of Computer and Communication Sciences. His research examines the convergence of physical and virtual architecture. Recent projects include “Superstudio,” an investigation of authorship, versioning, representation issues in digital design platforms; “Organicity,” an exploration of novel, code-driven design methods; and “Cityrank,” an experiment with bottom-up/crowdsourced rankings. He is also co-founder and principal of Convergeo (www.convergeo.com), an international, strategic design firm, Eversitas (www.eversitas.com), a software development company, and Thinkstudio (www.thinkstudio.com), a Geneva-based think tank of the many. Before establishing the Media x Design Lab at EPFL, Huang was a Professor of Architecture at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, Visiting Faculty at Stanford University’s d.school, and a Researcher at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. A native of Rome and a Swiss citizen of Chinese origin, Huang received his DiplArch from the ETHZ, and his Masters and Doctoral Degrees from Harvard University, where he was awarded the Gerald McCue medal.




Soh-Yeong Roh

Soh-Yeong Roh is the founder and Director of Art Center Nabi, South Korea. She founded Art Center Nabi in 2000, transforming a contemporary art museum into a new media art center. Nabi brings together art, technology, humanities, and industry, to create new art and cultural artifacts. As the main venue for new media art production in Korea, Nabi promotes cross-disciplinary collaboration. Apart from directing Nabi, she gives lectures around the world and is a visiting professor at Graduate School of Convergence, Science and Technology at Seoul National University. She is also a well-known columnist in one of the major newspapers of Korea.

Soh-Yeong Roh

Soh-Yeong Roh是韩国纳比艺术中心的创立人兼主任,她在2000年创建了纳比艺术中心,将现代艺术博物馆转变为一所新媒体艺术中心。她将艺术、技术、人文和工业结合在一起,形成新艺术和文化产品。作为新媒体艺术生产基地,纳比艺术中心促进跨学科之间的合作。除了管理纳比艺术中心外,Soh-Yeong Roh女士在世界各地进行讲学,是首尔国立大学艺术科技研究生院的访问教授。她也是韩国一家著名报纸的专栏作家。

Joel Slayton

Joel took the helm of ZER01 in June of 2008 after serving as a both a board member for the organization and chairperson of ISEA2006, which was held in conjunction with the inaugural 01SJ Biennial. An artist, writer and researcher, Joel is a full tenured professor at San Jose State University where he is Director of the CADRE Laboratory for New Media, an interdisciplinary academic program in the School of Art and Design dedicated to the development of experimental applications involving information technology and art. Established in 1984 CADRE is one of the oldest and most prestigious media art centers in the United States. To fulfill his role with ZER01, Joel has taken professional leave from SJSU.

Joel also serves on the Board of Directors of Leonardo/ISAST (International Society for Art, Science and Technology), and was Editor and Chief of the Leonardo-MIT Press Book Series from 1999-2005.

From 1998-2007 Joel was president and founder of C5 Corporation. C5 is a hybrid form of authorship intersecting research, corporate culture and artistic enterprise. C5 research explores issues of visualization involving large data sets and social networks. Begun in 1996, C5 projects have been featured at SF Camerawork, Museo de BelleArtes, II International Bienale Buenos-Aires, Walker Art Center, the Cantor Center for the Arts, Transmediale, Ars Electronica, The New Museum, San Jose Museum of Art, ASU Center for Creative Inquiry and at AUT in New Zealand.



Sven Travis

Associate Professor, Dean, School of Art, Media and Technology, Parsons the New School for Design. Sven Travis founded the BFA and MFA programs in Design and Technology, within which he currently (very happily) teaches. Travis is spearheading several current AMT research projects, including ENGINE (a social technology platform), SALTED/UNSALTED (a virtual fabrication laboratory built on game consoles), the Tsinghua University connection in Beijing, China, YACHT CLUB (a new media collaboration), FASHIONABLE TECHNOLOGY (athletic, wearable and textile digital interfaces), and SpyLab, a research collective focused on international data collection (recently presented in Beijing and Rotterdam; see a.parsons.edu/~spylab). In addition, Travis is the mastermind behind the annual CDT Ski Trip.



Joachim Sauter

  After graduating from the academy of fine arts in Berlin, Joachim Sauter studied at the ‘German Academy for Film and Television’, Berlin. Since the early 1980s, he has been working as a media artist and designer. From the beginning, Joachim Sauter has focussed on digital technologies and is experimenting how they can be used to express content, form, and narration. Fuelled by this interest, he founded ART+COM in 1988 together with other artists, designers, scientists and technologists.Their goal was to practically research this new up-and-coming medium in the realm of art and design. Until now, he is leading this interdisciplinary group.
In the course of his work he was invited to participate on many exhibitions. Beside others he showed his work at ‘Centre Pompidou’ Paris, ‘Stejdilik Museum’ Amsterdam, ‘Museum for Contemporary Art’ Sidney, ‘Deichtorhallen Hamburg’ , Kunsthalle Wien, ‘Venice Biennial’,'ICC’ Tokyo, ‘Getty Center’ Los Angeles, MAXXI Rom.
He received several awards like the ‘Golden Lion, Cannes’, the ‘D&AD Black Pencil’, the ‘Ars Electronica Interactive Award’, the ‘British Academy for Film and Television Interactive Award’, ADC New York and ADC Germany Gold, the ‘Grand Clio’, the ‘Red Dot Grand Prix’, the “Designaward of the Federal Republic of Gemany” and many other national and international awards’.
Since 1991 he is full professor for “New Media Art and Design” at the ‘University of the Arts’ Berlin and since 2001 adjunct professor at UCLA, Los Angeles.

Honorary Board Memeber

Peter Weibel

Chairman and CEO, ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe

Peter Weibel studied literature, medicine, logic, philosophy and film in Paris and Vienna. He became a central figure in European media art on account of his various activities as artist, media theorist and curator. Since 1984 he is professor at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, from 1984 to 1989 he was head of the digital arts laboratory at the Media Department of New York University in Buffalo, and in 1989 he founded the Institute of New Media at the Städelschule in Frankfurt-on-Main, which he directed until 1995. Between 1986 and 1995, he was in charge of the Ars Electronica in Linz, he commissioned the Austrian pavilions at the Venice Biennale from 1993 to 1999. From 1993 to 1998 he was chief curator at the Neue Galerie Graz, Austria, and since 1999 he is Chairman and CEO of the ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe. In 2007 he was awarded the Honorary Doctorate by the University of Art and Design Helsinki and in 2008 he was awarded with the French Order “Officier dans l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres” (Order of Arts and Literature). Also in 2008 he was the Artistic Director of the Biennial of Sevilla (Biacs3). In 2009 he was awarded with the “Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge-Preis fuer unkonventionelle Kunstvermittlung” of Stiftung Preußische Seehandlung and with the “Verdienstmedaille des Landes Baden-Wuerttemberg”. Also in 2009 he has been appointed as full member of the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts Munich and from 2009 to 2012 he is Visiting Professor at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.




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