Andrea Sodomka, born in Vienna, studies at the Academy of Applied Arts, studies at the Academy of Music, Vienna (institute for electroacoustics). She works in the fields of intermedia, installation, electronic music, net.art, radio art, video and artistic photography.
Martin Breindl, born in Vienna, Austria, is media artist, theoretician and curator. He studied at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna (MA 2001) and at the University of Vienna. He works in the fields of media performance, installation, net.art, radio art, sound art, video art and visual arts, as an artist as well as a theoretician.
Norbert Math, he studied at the University of Music, Vienna (Electroacoustics). technical and artistic staff at the IEM, University of Music, Graz. Since 2007 assistant professor at the Nuova Academia di Belle Arti, Milan. Lives in Vienna.
Martin Kaltenbrunner is Professor at the Interface Culture Lab at the University of Art and Design in Linz, Austria. His research concentrates on tangible user interfaces and the development of novel human computer interaction concepts within open tools for creative production. As co-founder of Reactable Systems he had been mainly working on the interaction design of the Reactable - an electronic musical instrument with a tangible user interface. He is author of the open source tangible interaction framework reacTIVision and the related TUIO protocol, which have been widely adopted for the realization of tangible tabletop applications.
Reinhard Gupfinger is a research team member and PhD student of the Interface Cultures Department at University for Art and Design Linz. His work connects the fields of art, science and technology, whereby Animal Musical Instrument Research (AMIR) is his thematic research priority.
Daniel Gilfillan is Associate Professor of German Studies, and affiliate faculty in Film and Media Studies, Jewish Studies, and English at Arizona State University. His research focuses on 20th-century literature, sound and media studies in the German-speaking sphere. He is currently working on a book titled Sound in the Anthropocene: Sustainability and the Art of Sound, which explores the role of sound as a perceptive mode within sustainable systems, and how sound-based art, radio art, and cinema provide interventions into these systems. His first book, Pieces of Sound: German Experimental Radio (2009) is available through the University of Minnesota Press.