Kristoffer Gansing has been the artistic director of the transmediale festival since 2012. As a curator and researcher he is interested in the intersections of media, art, and activism. He is co-founder of the festival The Art of the Overhead (2005) and from 2007-2010 was an editorial board member of the artist-run channel tv-tv in Copenhagen.
Born in Montreal, Lambert is an experimental vocalist, electronic music composer, and interactive art creator. His recordings have been published on Alien8 Recordings, Robosapien Records and Los Discos Enfantasmes. He has co-created three award-winning interactive works for the National Film Board of Canada: BLA BLA (2011), A Journal of Insomnia (2013) and Way to Go (2015).
Victoria & Albert Museum
Marie Foulston is a playful curator and producer with a love of the mischievous and the unexpected. She currently works as Curator of Videogames at the V&A and is co-founder of the UK-based independent videogame collective Wild Rumpus where she has worked alongside partners including MoPOP, the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Game Developers Conference.
Artist and designer of digital spaces, he made his mark in the history of computer games with a project that connects the landscape of eastern Europe with futuristic elements of City 17 from Half-Life 2 (2004). In 2012, Antonov created another space that has won a place in the memory of gamers: the city Dunwall from the game Dishonored, suspended between 19th century realism, alternative visions of technological development and disturbing magic.
The Kissinger Twins
Katarzyna Kifert and Dawid Marcinkowski create an award winning duo focused on digital, visuals and storytelling. The Kissinger Twins create award-winning projects by mixing the latest in digital technologies with classic film and photography. These projects have been widely recognised by prestigious festivals and awards shows, including the Webby Awards, SXSW, Luerzer's Archive.