Simon Biggs

Simon Biggs is a media artist, writer and curator working in digital poetics, interactive environments and interdisciplinary research. His work has been widely presented, including Tate, National Film Theatre, ICA London, FACT Liverpool, Ikon Birmingham, Pompidou, Academy de Kunste Berlin, Maxxi Rome, Macau Arts Museum, Walker Art Center, San Francisco Cameraworks, Total Seoul, Art Gallery of New South Wales and Adelaide and Edinburgh Festivals. He has spoken at numerous conferences and universities, including ISEA, ePoetry, SLSA, ELO, and Cambridge, Brown, Cornell, UC Davis, UC Santa Barbara, Paris-8, Sorbonne and Bergen Universities. Publications include Remediating the Social (ed, 2012), Autopoeisis (with James Leach, 2004), Great Wall of China (1999), Halo (1998), Magnet (1997), Book of Shadows (1996). Biggs is Professor of Art, University of South Australia and Honorary Professor, University of Edinburgh.

Website (optional): http://www.littlepig.org.uk

Organization: University of South Australia

Biggs is an established arts professional based in Australia

Generally looking to collaborate with professionals from disciplines: Computer science, engineering, music, dance, literature, science and technology studies, cultural studies, and neuroscience.

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Norman Adams

Norman Adams is a cellist and improviser exploring music, sound creation and multidisciplinary performance. He has performed across Canada, the US, the UK and France, collaborating with many leading artists including Joelle Leandre, Eddie Prévost, Pauline Oliveros, Gerry Hemingway, and Jean Derome. Adams has released two recordings with the C/A/P Trio and currently has a solo recording in production. He was awarded an Established Artist Award by the Nova Scotia Arts and Culture Partnership Council, and he serves on several arts boards, including the Canadian New Music Network.

Adams is an established artist based in Canada.

Generally looking to collaborate with professionals from disciplines: dance, computer music, and video/film

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