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Artist: Jiri David (Czech)
Title: ANAN
Title: Blair
Title: Bush
Title: Chirac
"I don´t know what I am; I don´t know what I mean; I don´t know what and for whom I create; I know neither the sense nor the reason of the origin of my previous works´ meaning, although the meaning is often recycled. It matters to me (suspiciously) less and less, who will understand and what will the one understand of my works; this is also applied to myself, I am a stranger to myself. After fifteen-years of intense, professional work in the field of art, somewhere in Central Europe, I have lost any sort of coherent identity. I´m slowly and dubiously coming to a conclusion that this is not a negative fact, however, I don´t know what to do about it."

Artist: John Vucic Wulfpup (Australia)
Title: Desire is suffering
The Digital medium is just another tool by which an artist can communicate meaning, concepts or simply just aesthetics. If lucky perhaps a little of all of these.
Digital 2002 (Art & Science Collaborations Inc.) thematic competition
Technology Gallery New York Hall of Science Sept 28th - Dec 1st
Taranto Gallery Chelsea New York Dec 8th '02 - Jan 31st 2003

Artist: Karin Schminke (USA)
Title: Meditation
Karin Schminke, a Seattle based artist, received her MFA from the University of Iowa in 1979 where she began working in the field of computer graphics, programming images in Basic. Since then she has developed and taught computer art and computer design classes at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, California State University Northridge, The Art Institute of Southern California, and Shoreline Community College.
Schminke has worked on Mindset, IBM, Macintosh and Amiga systems, and has given numerous regional and national presentations on her work. She is a member of Unique Editions, a collective of artists who incorporate digital technology into their art. Her current work integrates traditional media such as acrylic paint and graphite with digital media including digital collages of her original photography and ink jet prints. Her art is exhibited frequently in national, international and regional exhibitions and has been published in numerous books and publications.
Schminke has just completed co-authoring a book on  mixed media digital techniques with Karin Schminke and Dorothy Simpson Krause. The book "Digital Art Studio: Techniques for combining inkjet printing with traditional art materials" will be released by Watson-Guptill in August 2004.

Artist: Kilfish (Budapest)
Title: everyday_life
I cannot say about my pictures too much, they just occure to me, and i create them. most of them doesn't symbolize anything, the point is only the atmosphere, the feelings. my greatest idols are dave mckean, floria sigismondi, chris cunningham, hieronymus bosch, bradley grosh (http://www.gmunk.com), marc stricklin (http://www.brittle-bones.com) and trent reznor ( nine inch nails ). i want to do in design, what reznor does in music, but with a little bit more humour in it, something like marilyn manson.

Artist: Kristy Kae Eaves (Australia)
Title: Untitled 3
Currently undertaking a Fine Arts degree at the University of Tasmania, Hobart
Major – Graphic Design.
This work is centred around the ‘construction of images’ based on architectural/urban forms. Working with ‘structures’ my intentions were to create a false, like effect – a confliction between what’s real/unreal. 
I have experimented with combining textural surfaces and flat planes, producing elements in each image to effectively work as one, yet at the same time - contradict.

Artist: Leah King-Smith (Australia)
Leah King-Smith was born in Gympie, Queensland in 1957. She completed a Bachelor of Fine Art (Photography) at Victoria College, Melbourne in 1986. King-Smith participated in The Thousand Mile Stare: A Photographic Exhibition at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne in 1988.
In 1992 she completed the series Patterns of Connection which was shown in a solo exhibition of the same name at the Victorian Centre for Photography, Melbourne and the Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney, before travelling extensively to venues including Camerawork Gallery, London; Stills Gallery, Edinburgh; the Southeast Museum of Photography, Florida, USA, and the New Zealand International Festival of the Arts, Wellington.
King-Smith held the solo exhibition Time on Earth: Symbols of Becoming at Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne in 1994. That same year her photographs were included in a number of exhibitions such as Sweet Damper and Gossip at Monash University Gallery, Melbourne; The Full Spectrum: Colour and Photography 1860-1990s at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; the touring exhibition White Apron, Black Hands, and Urban Focus: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art from the Urban Areas of Australia at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. In 1995 King-Smith held the solo exhibition Over the Garden Wall at Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne. In 1996 her work was included in the exhibition Colonial Post Colonial at the Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Melbourne.

Artist: Leslie Nober Farber (USA)
Title: Joni 4
BFA University of Michigan, MA New York Institute of Technology, MFA City University of New York - Hunter College.  Art Professor at William Paterson University (NJ), digital/mixed media artist. Exhibits internationally including Visual Arts Museum (Digital Salon 7, 8...) and Nexus Gallery (New York City) Fine Arts Museum of Long Island NY, Franklin Institute Museum and Silicon Gallery (Philadelphia), New Jersey State Museum, Noyes Museum, Morris Museum (NJ), Parsons School of Design (NY), Minneapolis College of Art & Design, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art – Missouri, SIGGRAPH Art Gallery of Orlando and Los Angeles, SIGGRAPH Traveling Art Show (from South Africa to Paris), Eurographics of Montreaux and Barcelona, Nanjing Art Institute (China). Published/reviewed in New York Times, New Jersey Star-Ledger, Surface Design Journal, MIT’s Leonardo Fall ’99 and 2000, Fiber Arts International Book Five and Six, SIGGRAPH ’95, ’98, & 2001 International Computer Art Catalog and CD, The Review/Midwest US, etc. Received electronic media awards/grants Eurographics, Designer Software, regional Arts Councils/Centers, and Noyes Museum of Art, among others. Also curator and lecturer at universities, public exhibition spaces and conferences including SIGGRAPH.

Artist: Linda Sim (Germany/AU)
Title: sita
swedish-austrian
bachelor of art (media arts) at rmit, melbourne, australia
solo exhibitions:
september 2002 - ‘blues’, slip 180 artspace, melbourne, australia
february 2003 - ‘light flow’, 330 red rest. & gallery, melbourne, australia
july 2003 - ‘the glasshouse and its views’, zaB gallery, melbourne, australia
december 2003 - ‘open breaths’, laholms bibliotheket, laholm, sweden

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