Alan Singer is a visual artist, professor and writer who engages in experiments in visualizing certain forms of geometry using computer programs such as Cinderella, and 3D Xplormath. Alan’s work has been included in the BRIDGES shows that feature crossover disciplines of art, science and mathematics. Alan is currently Professor of Art, College of Art & Design, Rochester Institute of Technology, in Rochester, New York.
Ben Bogart is an adisciplinary artist working with generative computational processes with an interest in quantum physics and cognitive neuroscience. Ben has produced processes, artifacts, texts, images, and performances that have been presented at galleries, art festivals, and academic conferences in Canada, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Australia, Turkey, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Brazil, Hong Kong, Norway, and Spain. Notable exhibitions include solo shows at the Canadian Embassy at Transmediale in 2017 and the TechLab at the Surrey Art Gallery in 2018. His research and practice have been funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the British Columbia Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts.
Matthew Attard is a visual artist based in Malta. In 2011 he was awarded an art residency at Forte Marghera by Eventi Arte Venezia, where he started developing his ongoing artistic research based on drawing and perception. He has since exhibited in Venice, London, Valletta, Beijing and Los Angeles among other cities. In 2018 he was awarded the Under 30 prize at ArteFiera, Bologna. He earned his Master of Arts degree from the University of Malta. His research deals with using devices such as the eye-tracker for eye drawing attempts.
Maria Cuevas is an artist, researcher, and professor of Fine Arts at Complutense University, Madrid. She has directed and participated in competitive research projects including BIG DATA: Organizational aspects and the development of new creative capabilities," "Image and space as new creative forms in contemporary art: towards a new theory of image," and "Exploring new territories: towards the expansion of creative spaces." She has conducted research in Argentina, Mexico, Estonia, Belgium and Sweden. As a professor, she has taught “Wearable Computing Art (ifacts)” and “Algorithmic compositions. Self-similar structures and complex color connections” in universities in Denmark, Finland, Italy, Croatia, Portugal, Poland, Germany, Hungary, Romania, Turkey, Belgium, Greece, Israel, Serbia, and Norway.
Laurel Lueders is an interdisciplinary visual artist, who has shown her work in over 30 solo exhibitions and 150 group exhibitions internationally. She is the recipient of numerous grants, fellowships, awards, and artist residencies. She is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Visual Studies Department at LIM College (New York, NY). Lueders holds a MFA in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York, NY, a MS in Design Studies (Installation Art & Textiles) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a BA in Art History and Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Recent solo exhibitions include: Endless, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin, Spring Green, WI; Square Foot|Non-Places, NX2 Gallery, Berlin, Germany; The Rebellion of Systems, Museum of Wisconsin Art, West Bend, WI; On White, Opus Projects, New York, NY; and Within Without, Schloss Museum, Quedlinburg, Germany.
Richard Hoagland has a varied background including academic fine art, independent game development, computer science research, and entrepreneurial endeavors. His diverse experience from which he draws inspiration includes attending a startup incubator in silicon valley for virtual reality, curating interactive art shows of game developers, and running a video game studio. His work has been exhibited at experimental game festivals such as Indie Cade, ALT.CTRL.GDC, Indie Arcade at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C, and FILE Festival.