Posts in DCA2
David Dunn

David Dunn is a composer and artist who primarily engages in site-specific interactions or research-oriented activities. Much of his current work is focused upon the development of listening strategies and technologies for environmental sound monitoring in both aesthetic and scientific contexts. Dunn is internationally known for his articulation of frameworks that combine the arts and sciences towards practical environmental activism and problem solving.

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ti 1, PhD, MFA2, DCA2Transart Institute
Simon Faithfull

Simon Faithfull is a contemporary artist whose work has been exhibited extensively around the world. His practice has been described as an attempt to understand and explore the planet as a sculptural object – to test its limits and report back from its extremities. Within his work Faithfull often builds teams of scientists, technicians and transmission experts to help him bring back a personal vision from the ends of the world.

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ti 1, DCA2, MFA2Transart Institute
Anna Gibbs

Professor Anna Gibbs teaches in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts at Western Sydney University. A member of the Writing and Society Research Centre and the Digital Humanities Research Group, she writes across the fields of textual, media and cultural studies focussing on feminism, fictocriticism and affect theory.

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ti 2, DCA2, PhDTransart Institute
Carolyn Guertin

Carolyn Guertin is a scholar-practitioner of new media. She is a Senior Researcher in the Augmented Reality Lab at York University in Toronto and is a faculty member in the MFA and PhD programs at Transart Institute in Berlin, Germany.

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ti 2, PhD, DCA2, MFA2Transart Institute
Victoria Hindley

Victoria Hindley is an artist, writer, and independent curator. She works primarily with photography, language, the book form, and in collaboration with others. Her work challenges the construction of meaning(s) through applying strategies of decoding such as abstraction, humor, and decontextualization as a way of investigating stereotypes, cultural obsession, and institutional constructs.

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ti 2, MFA2, DCA2Transart Institute
Derek Holzer

Derek Holzer (1972) is an American instrument builder and sound artist based in Berlin DE, whose current interests include DIY analog electronics, the relationship between sound + space, media archaeology and the meeting points of electroacoustic, noise, improv and extreme music. He has created scores of unique and experimental instruments, installations, and performances since 2002, as well as taught sound art workshops, across Europe, North and South America, and New Zealand.

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ti 2, DCA2, MFA2Transart Institute
Estelle Hoy

Estelle Hoy is a writer and academic based across Berlin and Bruxelles.  She completed her Phd in Contemporary Feminist Experimental Literature (New Narrative).  She has lectured at The Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne, Freie Universität Berlin, Goldsmiths, Bard College, Parsons Paris, The New School, Université Paris-Sorbonne and Institut d'Etudes Politiques (Sciences Po) Paris.  Estelle has published in literary journals and has been the recipient of numerous awards, artist residencies and fellowships internationally.

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ti 2, PhD, DCA2Transart Institute
Fawz Kabra

Fawz Kabra is a curator and writer.  She was Assistant Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Abu Dhabi Project, New York (2014-2016). She earned her MA in curatorial studies at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College (2013) and her BFA in studio arts at Concordia University in Montreal (2004).

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ti 2, DCA2, MFA2Transart Institute
Caroline Koebel

Caroline Koebel is an Austin-based filmmaker and writer, with recent retrospectives at Festival Cine//B (Santiago, Chile) and Directors Lounge (Berlin, Germany). Current research focuses on the relationship individuals have to the greater reality of contemporary global experience and the means by which information is disseminated, gathered and assimilated in the Web 2.0 age. 

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ti 2, PhD, DCA2, MFA2Transart Institute
Steve Lambert

Steve Lambert explores advertising and the issues of public space and how it is connected to the commercialism and aggression of the military-industrial complex. He works in mediums that have included objects, performance, and video.

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ti 2, DCA2, MFA2Transart Institute
Yuen Fong Ling

Yuen Fong Ling (b.1972 Salford, England) is an independent artist and curator living in Manchester, United Kingdom. Graduated from Glasgow School of Art’s MFA programme in 2007 (including exchange programme with Hunter College New York, Autumn/Winter 2006). Now embarking on his Fine Art PhD by practice at University of Lincoln whilst a Senior Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University. Ling’s research entitled “A Body of Relations: Reconfiguring the Life Class” examines his art practice through the ‘curatorial’ and ‘educational’ turn of the artist adopting and adapting the traditions, conventions and roles of artist, model and tutor in the contemporary life class.

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PhD, ti 2, DCA2, MFA2Transart Institute
Dejan Lukic

Dejan Lukic (PhD) is a scholar and writer, and received his PhD in anthropology from Columbia University. His work revolves around the inescapable convergence of art and politics, while taking seriously stylistic forms of writing around and about this convergence.

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ti 2, PhD, DCA2, MFA2Transart Institute
Carole Frances Lung

Carole Frances Lung is an artist, activist, Scholar. Through her alter ego Frau Fiber, Carole utilizes a hybrid of playful activism, cultural criticism, research and spirited crafting of one of a kind garment production performances She investigates the human cost of mass production and consumption, addressing issues of value and time through the thoroughly hand-made construction and salvaging of garments.

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ti 2, DCA2, MFA2Transart Institute
Elena Marchevska

Elena Marcevska (PhD)is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher (BA, Theatre directing MFA, Performance The School of The Art Institute of Chicago; PhD, University of Northampton). Through exploring performances which brought together screen, somatic performance practice and auto ethnography, she has increasingly turned her attention to relationships between performance, female body and digital writing. She is currently working on research about radical self-organised performance practices in South East Europe and their urban manifestation.

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ti 2, PhD, DCA2, MFA2Transart Institute