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Yuji Sone

is a lecturer in Performance and Digital Culture at Macquarie University. His research focuses on the cross-disciplinary conditions of media/technology-based performance, and the terms that may be appropriate for analysing such work, especially from cross-cultural perspectives. Yuji initiated and coordinated the e-Performance and Plug-ins: A Mediatised Performance Conference held at the University of New South Wales in late 2005.

Hazel Smith

is currently a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Creative Communication, University of Canberra, and a member of the Sonic Communications Research Group. In May 2007 she will become a research professor in the Writing and Society Research Group at the University of Western Sydney. She is author of The Writing Experiment: strategies for innovative creative writing, Allen and Unwin, 2005 and Hyperscapes in the Poetry of Frank O'Hara: difference, homosexuality, topography, Liverpool University Press, 2000. She is also co-author, with Roger Dean, of Improvisation, Hypermedia And The Arts Since 1945, Harwood Academic, 1997. She is a creative writer and has published two volumes of poetry. She has also made three CDs of her performance work and is author of numerous mixed media and multi-media works. She is a founding member of austraLYSIS, the international sound and intermedia arts group.

Maria Miranda and Norie Neumark

are cross-media artists who collaborate as Out-of-Sync. Working with performative relational encounters, they explore the actual and imaginary, actual searches for imaginary locations, imaginary solultions for actual problems. Maria holds an MVA from Sydney College of the Arts and is currently completing a PhD at Macquarie University; Norie is Associate Professor of Media Arts at University of Technology, Sydney.

Garth Paine

is an Academic, Composer, Installation Artist, Sound Designer. He is currently Senior Lecturer, Music Technology, and a member of the MARCS Auditory Research Labs at the University of Western Sydney. He has an ensemble for live electronic and ancient instruments with Michael Atherton which has performed internationally and released a new CD in the last 12 months. His work can be found at:, &

Rosemary Klich

is a Lecturer in Drama at the University of Kent in England. She has published in Australasian Drama Studies Journal and Performance Paradigm Journal, and has contributed to a book on the post dramatic text in performance to be published by Cambridge Scholar Press in 2007. Her research interests include contemporary multimedia theatre practice and non-traditional narrative studies

Meredith Morse

is a PhD candidate in the Department of Art History and Theory at the University of Sydney.