The founder of greyworld, a world renowned artists’ collective who create art in public spaces.
Writer, ethnographer, and a consultant at the Near Future Laboratory.
Collective of architects from Croatia engaged collaboratively and independently in the critical rethinking and debate of urban planning and public space.
Urban media curator and producer based in Berlin. In 2003 she founded Public Art Lab (PAL) as a network of experts from the fields of urban planning, new media arts and IT.
Architect who operates in the spaces between design, fiction and futures. He is founder of the think tank Tomorrows Thoughts Today.
Venezuelan media architect working at the intersection of physical and digital design. His projects blend technology and built environments, creating experiences that shape social interactions as well as our perceptions of spaces.
Interaction designer with over 20 years experience as an educator. He specialises in teaching workshops and hack-labs, particularly introducing “just enough technology” to creative people of all disciplines so they can incorporate it into their practice.
Artist, designer and educator from London. As an artist, he exhibits worldwide, most recently at Milan Design Salon, Z33 in Belgium and, in July, at Ars Electronica.
Researcher and Critical Engineer. The main research areas explored through his projects include game cultures, digital and urban interventions, architecture, pervasive computing as well as open source technologies.
CEO and founder of the Institute for Transmedia Design, based in Slovenia. She is a ‘hybrid’ – a designer, strategist, educator and thinker.
Teaching assistant at School of Design in Zagreb. Works as a graphic designer and deals mostly with typography and type design, mostly on projects related to culture. He holds an MA in visual communications from School of Design, Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb and an MA in type design from The Royal Academy of Art, Den Haag.
Designer and artist, born in Split. Areas of work and exploration include visual communication design, exhibition design, speculative design and technology.
Freelance architect and teacher from Split engaged in critical thinking and debate of urban planning and public space. Currently teaching design at Architectural and Geodetic Technical School in Split.
He has worked in the fields of Human Computer Interaction and Interaction Design since 1987 and during that period has published over 50 academic papers in refereed journals, books and conferences.
Since 2001 he has been working on promoting and introducing the Interaction Design in Croatia and region. The activities concerning the promotion of the interaction design include a series of workshops and they resulted in the organization of the International Symposium at the Arts Academy in Split in 2009.
Her research interests focus on investigating interactions with installations in public and urban spaces, and her current teaching covers technology design and innovation.
Working with municipalities, journalists, artists and industrial partners, he investigates the consequences of digitization and explores new forms of mediation within a variety of domains with special focus on the role of social interaction, materials and interfaces.
Telecommunications expert and strategy advisor at Telecom Italia, working with the Future Centre Trends group of the company Strategy department. He explores how innovation in technology and services will impact the company business and he contributes to the strategic steering.
Associate at the University of Split (UrbanIxD FP7 project), and a freelance visual communications and interaction designer. He holds a BA in visual communications design and an MA in new media design.