Skot Deeming (aka mrghosty) is an interdisciplinary artist, curator and scholar, whose work spans the spectrum of new media practice from broadcast media to computational art, videogames, and game art. Drawing on a wealth of practical experience and theoretical knowledge, Skot’s practice focuses on new media history, historiography, and Apocryphal and DIY technology cultures. He currently resides in Montreal, where he is a doctoral student in the Individualized Program at Concordia University, and a member of the TAG (Technoculture, Art and Games) Research Centre.
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Martin Zeilinger is a new media researcher, curator, and practitioner. He is interested in appropriation art, critical and creative computation, game and hacker culture, live coding, dystopian fiction, and theories of cultural ownership. Martin holds a doctorate in Comparative Literature from the University of Toronto, and is a Lecturer in Media at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge/UK.
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