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Dan Angelero, Author

Dan Angeloro is one half of Soda_Jerk, a collaboration working together since 2002. In their video installations and performance lectures, Soda_Jerk work with audiovisual samples to create speculative narratives that interrogate historical events and cultural trajectories. 

Judy Annear, Curator

Judy Annear is Senior Curator Photography at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney. She was co-curator (with Emmanuelle de l’Ecotais) of the exhibition ‘Man Ray’ which toured Australia in 2004, and curator of the 2005 exhibition ‘Bill Henson’ which surveyed thirty years of this major Australian artist’s work....

Glenn Barkley, Curator

Glenn joined the Museum of Contemporary Art as Curator in 2008 where he has led major curatorial projects including Almanac: The Gift of Ann Lewis AO (2009-10), Making it New: Focus on Contemporary Australian Art (2009) and avoiding myth & message: Australian artists and the literary world (2009).

Geoffery Batchen, Writer

Geoffrey Batchen's work as a teacher, writer and curator focuses on the history of photography. He is particularly interested in the way that photography mediates every other aspect of modern life, whether we're talking about sex or war, atoms or planets, commerce or art. This makes photography a particularly challenging...

Magriet Bonnin, Curator

Former Director of Griffith Artworks, Griffith University, Brisbane and curator. Developed the Griffith University Art Collection including the unique media collection, which is one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Australian video art and experimental film.

Erin Brannigan, Curator

Erin Brannigan works in dance and film as a journalist, academic and curator. She completed a Bachelor of Arts, Honours (Class 1) at the Sydney University in 1996, and a PhD at the University of New South Wales in 2005.

Brad Buckley, Artist

Brad Buckley spent his childhood years in Sydney. His father, Jim Buckley, owned the Newcastle Hotel in Lower George Street. The Newcastle was one of the Push pubs and Buckley Senior presided over this place which was frequented by artists, poets, underworld figures and philosophers for almost twenty years.

Brogan Bunt, Artist

Associate Professor Bunt is the Head of Postgraduate Studies and the Convenor of the Bachelor of Digital Media program, Faculty of Creative Arts, University of Wollongong. He is an experienced media arts producer and academic with two decades experience in the field of new media production and teaching.

Peter Callas, Artist

Peter Callas is one of the key artists working with new media in Australia. His work in video, installation and digital media examines themes of national identity, history and memory. His work, particularly in video in the 1980s, was notable for its high end production values and innovative installation techniques...

Alessio Cavallaro, Director

Alessio Cavallaro is widely acknowledged as a leading figure in the development of contemporary electronic arts in Australia, primarily as an artistic director, curator, producer, and publisher of innovative film, video, media, and sound arts. He is a member of the Curatorial Committee for ISEA 2013 Sydney, and is also developing...

Susan Charlton, Curator

Susan Charlton is a curator, writer, publisher and entrepreneur. She currently works as Creative Producer at State Records, the NSW government archives.

Chris Chesher, Writer

Chris Chesher is Senior Lecturer in Digital Cultures in the School of English, Art History, Film and Media.His research investigates how various information and communication technologies become historically woven through social structures and cultural practices.

Kathy Cleland, Writer

Dr Kathy Cleland is a graduate of the University of Auckland, UNSW and UTS. She has worked at the Digital Cultures Program since 2003, specialising in new media art and digital culture. She is also a freelance curator whose exhibitions have been presented in Australia, New Zealand and Asia, including...

Marni Cordell, Writer

Marni Cordell is the editor of New Matilda. She has worked as a journalist and editor in independent media for the past ten years. She was founding co-editor of Spinach7 Magazine, assistant commissioning editor of The Next Big Thing edition of the Griffith REVIEW and has been a freelancer for...

Sally Couacaud, Curator

Sally Couacaud is a curator, project manager, and former director of Artspace in Sydney. She was the inaugural Director of the Australian International Video Festival, and was one of the first curators in Australia to focus her critical attention on video and other forms of electronic media art.

David Cranswick, Author

David Cranswick was appointed Director of dLux media arts in March 2003. Prior to this appointment worked both as a Curator and artist in Western Sydney for over ten years. He was Curator of the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre in Liverpool (NSW) from 1998 - 2003. In this time he was...

Brenda L Croft, Curator

Gurindji photographer and curator, Brenda L Croft was born in 1964 in Perth, Western Australia. In 1985 she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Photography) from the Sydney College of Arts, University of Sydney, and in 1995 she was awarded her Masters of Art Administration, from the College of Fine...

Sean Cubitt, Author

Sean Cubitt was born in Lincolnshire of Irish parents. He studied at Queens’ College Cambridge and McGill University, Montreal. In the 1980s he worked freelance in art schools, video workshops, journalism and at the Society for Education in Film and television. He spent the 1990s in Liverpool, where he was involved...

Ann Finnegan, Author

Ann Finnegan is a Sydney-based writer who has written extensively on contemporary art, film, video and other media forms. She publishes regularly in RealTime.

Blair French, Curator

Blair French completed a Bachelor of Arts in English and Art History at the University of Canterbury (Christchurch, NZ) in 1988, a Masters in the Department of Fine Arts at the University of Sydney in 1995 and a PhD in the Department of Art History & Theory at the University...