Artist – Aurélie Crisetig
Vevey, Switzerland. She is a Swiss photographer and visual artist. She uses photography as a tool to explore the alteration of human memory in a world overwhelmed by digital entities. Working both with film and digital photography, her works reflect on the constant use of mechanical recordings, especially in public and cultural places.
Artist – Robert Cheung
San Francisco, USA. Robert creates art with computers. Robert found a kind of spiritual salvation through math, science, and process thinking. He is among the last generation of humans to grow up in a world without PCs and the internet, and part of the first to feel that significant aspects of his livelihood are digitally moderated. Robert’s work is often conceptual, and explores relationships between generative processes, complexity, randomness, and intelligence through computation.
Artist – Alva Shen.
Alva was born in China. She obtained a Bachelor Degree in Photography in Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing.
To gain broader research and critical thinking as well as the experimental learning environment, Alva continues studying in Royal College of Art for MA degree in London.