Contributors

Anne holds a degree in political science from the Free University of Berlin. She cofounded one of the first interactive media activist websites, Indymedia, in Germany in 2001 and has been involved with media activism and various forms of activist online media ever since. She has worked as a web editor and translator in the past. Since 2007 she has written a blog that covers privacy, surveillance, media, net politics and feminist issues.

Nach unbeschwerter Kindheit in Rauris im Pinzgau, dem Besuch der HTL für EDV in Villach und dem Zivildienst beim Roten Kreuz ging es in die Hauptstadt. Drei Jahre lang wurden die Semmeln als Softwareentwickler bei CSC Austria verdient. Danach das Studium der Elektronischen Informationsdienste am Technikum Wien absolviert. Nach dem Diplom folgte der Weg in die Selbständigkeit. Als Freelancer wurdein Wien unter anderem für System One und Knallgrau gearbeitet. Es wurde die Online Event Plattform shniztl.org gegründet an der zur Zeit hauptsächlich gearbeitet wird.

Antonio Roberts is an artist and curator based in Birmingham, UK. His practices explore what ownership and authorship mean in an age impacted by digital technology.

Antti Pussinen (1984, Finland) is a visual and a sound artist working on multiple mediums. His artistic work currently uses analog and digital electronics to recreate impressions of phenomena found in nature and the universe. His works have been shown for example in Kiasma Contemporary Art museum of Helsinki and in Center for Architecture in New York. He Lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

Anuradha Reddy is a PhD candidate in Interaction Design at Malmö University, Sweden. Her research tackles matters of ethics and responsibility in IoT at the most intimate level, where we are currently experiencing a clash between data-driven logics, the messiness and material needs of everyday life, and societal values at large. Grounded in feminist ethics, her work attempts to show how a feminist approach can pave the way for a total re-orientation of how IoT should be developed and used.

Arjan Scherpenisse is a part-time student at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, graduating coming July with an installation consisting of 72 centrally-controlled VGA monitors, using self-built electronics. While his current passion lies in combining the virtual with the physical using electronics, his background is in software engineering and Open Source software. Currently he is employed by Mediamatic Lab, Amsterdam. Together with Eelco Wagenaar he has been part of Transmediale'09 in Berlin and ISEA2008 in Singapore, with the virtual/physical interactive game “PING”.

Autor, Künstler und Kurator. Arbeitet im Bereich Medienkunst und Netzkultur. Untersucht Beziehungen zwischen Kunst und Freier Software an den Digital Studios der Goldsmiths University of London. Gründungsredakteur des Online-Magazins Telepolis; Autor der Bücher „Netzpiraten“ und „Freie Netze“.

Artemis Gryllaki (GR) is an Experimental Publishing MA student at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam. Her current research focuses on the urgencies and potentials of autonomous networks and feminist hacker communities.

Arturo Castro studied computer engineering and has been working for some time now in different creative projects. Currently he colaborates with Zachary Lieberman and Theodore Watson in the tool for creative programing openFrameworks