Lučka Kajfež Bogataj is a Slovenian climatologist, specialist in agricultural meteorology. She was named a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in Geneva 2007. This group, together with Albert Arnold (Al) Gore Jr., was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 2007 for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change.
He is a renowned conceptual photographer, as well as a writer, editor, curator and professor, who has played an important role in the consecration of Spanish photography internationally.
Dutch artists Lonneke Gordijn (1980) and Ralph Nauta (1978) founded DRIFT in 2007.
DRIFT manifests the phenomena and hidden properties of nature with the use of technology in order to learn from the Earth’s underlying mechanisms and to re-establish our connection to it.
Blanca de la Torre curates, lectures and publishes extensively on the intersections of art, cultural studies, ecology and sustainable practices, and has also acted as a consultant to diverse sustainability and cultural organizations and institutions.
Muniz develops social projects that use artistic creation as a force for change. He participates in educational and social projects in Brazil and the United States.
Phd in humanities Universidad Pompeu i Fabra (Barcelona) and directs the Master in Literary Creation of the same institution. He has lived in Buenos Aires, Rosario and Chicago. He has published in various newspapers such as El País, La Vanguardia and Letras Libres.
She is a Phd, Artist and Professor at the UCLA Department of Design Media Arts and Director of the Art|Sci Center at the School of the Arts and California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI).
She focuses her research on the cultural, (bio) political and ecological realities of aquatic ecosystems, using this as a starting point to investigate and address philosophical questions about the intersection of art, science and technology.