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Norie Neumark

is a sound/radio and media artist. Her radiophonic works have been commissioned and broadcast in Australia and internationally. She collaborates with media artist Maria Miranda as Out-of-Sync. Their media art works have been exhibited in Australia and internationally. She has given papers about sound and new media at numerous international conferences and symposia. Neumark coedited and wrote the introduction to At a Distance: Precursors to Art and Activism on the Internet (The MIT Press, 2005). Her published works include articles in Convergence, Scan, Essays in Sound, Leonardo and books, such as Writing Aloud: The Sonics of Language. Her co-edited volume (Norie Neumark, Ross Gibson, and Theo Van Leeuwen) Voice: Vocal Aesthetics in Digital Arts and Media is due out from MIT Press early in 2010. http://www.out-of-sync.com

Ian Andrews

born 1961 (Australia) is a Sydney based independent film, video and sound artist who has been practicing since 1981. Beginning with experimental audio collage, Andrews gradually moved into the production of film and video, and film and video soundtracks, and then to electronic music, digital animation and interactive net art. Much of Andrews? work consists of video/sound collage, ?cut-up,? and agit-prop culture jamming utilising a diverse range of visual styles ? from animation to ?found? footage. In the early 80s he produced a number of 16mm ?cut-up? films which were shown in conjunction with live audio performances, In the early nineties he formed a video (VJ ?visuals) group with long term colleges John Jacobs and Marco Fante. The group, Subvertigo, performed using a diverse collection of video equipment including cameras, video mixers, VCRs, effects devices, computers, oscilloscopes and specialised home built equipment. Subvertigo performed from 1992 till 1997 during which they did over fifty performances at techno dance parties and other events. Andrews has also produced electronic dance music of which much can be heard on CDs and records released in Australia