Wed 26 Apr 2017 10:19AM

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Alexia Mellor Wed 26 Apr 2017 10:46AM

Hello! My name is Alexia, and I am a participatory artist and PhD researcher at Newcastle University (UK). I am looking forward to meeting everyone!


Tamar Shafrir Wed 26 Apr 2017 11:46AM

Hi everyone! I am Tamar, born in Israel, raised in the U.S., now based in Rotterdam working at Het Nieuwe Instituut as a design researcher, teaching at the Design Academy Eindhoven, and writing about design from a critical perspective for a variety of magazines/books/online platforms! Super excited to join this diverse group for the conference!


Rose Marie Barrientos Wed 26 Apr 2017 4:05PM

Hello! I'm Rose Marie Barrientos, born in Bolivia, raised around the world. I’m an independent art historian and researcher on "art & economy", co-founder of Art & Flux at Sorbonne University, Paris. This platform, dedicated to my research subject at first, has grown to include other trans-disciplinary artistic practices. I moved to Barcelona five years ago, where I pursue my research, advise, write and lecture. Over the years I've put together a (still growing!) book collection on the historical and ongoing relationship between the arts and economic phenomena.


Camilla Boemio Wed 26 Apr 2017 9:02PM

Hi everyone, I'm Camilla Boemio. I'm a writer, curator and theorist whose practice deals with investigating the politics of participation in curatorial practices, art and economic phenomena and contemporary aesthetics. I co-founded, and directed the thematic AAC platform in Roma, I'm university consultant at UNIPVM and I'm member of AICA International Association of Arts Critics. I was curator of Diminished Capacity the first Nigerian Pavilion at 15th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale of Venice. I taken part to 'The Social', at 4th International Association for Visual Culture Biennial Conference to be held at Boston University, 2016.
I was co-Curator of Maldives Pavilion at 55thInternational Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, and in summer 2014 I curated of Apprehension Global Society and Contemporary Art on the Twitter Generation Symposium, a Parallel Event at 6th Bucharest Biennial. My website www.camillaboemio.com


Helena Sederholm Thu 27 Apr 2017 8:18AM

Hi, I am Helena Sederholm, a professor from Aalto University, Finland. My interests are in art education and contemporary art, especially its history in avant-garde. Being a co-founder of Biofilia - a lab for biological arts in Aalto Uni I am involved in interdisciplinary practices and very much interested in how art & science tangle and intermingle with economy.


Olga Kisseleva Fri 28 Apr 2017 8:28AM

Hi Helena! Would be happy to meet you. We just started a bio-art project in Finland, will be happy to discuss it with you, and to know more about your projects! My contacts: [email protected], +33609434493


stephanie rothenberg Thu 27 Apr 2017 5:20PM

Hello, I'm Stephanie Rothenberg. I am an artist and professor at SUNY Buffalo in New York. Most of my work focuses on themes of digital labor, specifically crowdfunding and crowdsourcing. Most recently I created a series of robotic gardens that examine the intersection of social media, philanthropy and finance. I'll be speaking about how these artworks and research have led to thinking about resilience within the context of finance and governance.


Olga Kisseleva Fri 28 Apr 2017 8:21AM

My name is Olga Kisseleva, I'm artist, founding director of the Art&Science Lab of Sorbonne and director of the Art&Medium Program for the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris. Our research focuses on 3 major themes : bio-art and bio-interfaces, datas, internet of (art)things. Looking for partners for new European and international projects in these fields.


Nick Mcguigan Fri 28 Apr 2017 1:01PM

Hi Everyone, I'm Nick Mcguigan. associate Professor of Accounting @ Monash Business School in Melbourne, Australia and Co-Instigator of The Accountability Institute (https://www.facebook.com/theaccountabilityinstitute/). My work looks at redesigning the language of business - accounting - transforming such a language from one that focuses on ac'count'ing to one of accountability. We work with business schools, educators, artists, activists, permaculturalists, Accountants and business professionals to influence human behaviour.


Meredith Degyansky Fri 28 Apr 2017 7:16PM

Hey ya'll!

Nice to meet most of you today.

Here is the mopey teenage angst video I mentioned in my talk that I listened to while doing chores. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_GkjymuQ9U

And many folks who talked today should read David Graeber's book, The Utopia of Rules (particularly you gamers).


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