Dr Steve Millington, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at Manchester Metropolitan University
Dr Erica Wright, Research Associate, Associate Lecturer and Artist at Manchester Metropolitan University
China Mills, Manchester Metropolitan University
Richard Ramchurn, albinomosquito
Mike Ryan, CEO – Idaho
Mike is a highly successful entrepreneur who has built his company Idaho in 10 years to one of the regions’ leading new media players. He eats lives and breathes technology and has helped many large organisations on their future IT strategy. More
Mark Gasson, School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading
Dr. Mark Gasson is a senior research fellow at the School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading, UK. His current research predominantly focuses on user-centric applications of emerging technologies, with specific focus on pushing the envelope of Human-Machine interaction. In 2009 he demonstrated the privacy issues of creating detailed behavioural profiles using GPS in mobile phones, and also became the first human to be infected by a computer virus using an RFID device implanted in his hand. More
Conway Mothobi FRAS, School of Computing and Mathematics, MMU, Manchester
Is a Mathematician and Space Scientist by education and training – therefore cosmology and space exploration are very close to his heart. One of his roles at the university is providing education and public outreach through a variety of public engagement activities. He is the founder and
Knowledge Anchor of the “Let’s get Astrophysical on Oxford Road” (Manchester) public lecture series now entering its fourth season.. More
Richard Ramchurn, Albino Mosquito
Richard Ramchurn, born of mixed Mauritian Scottish heritage grew up in central Scotland in the 1980s-90s. He trained in illustration and animation at Manchester Met. Cutting his teeth in the Manchester art scene of the early 00s; he produced live art performances and painting exhibitions always with an eye to evolve to film making. Since 2002 he has been making moving AV work of many verities, with screenings at the ICA, Contact Theatre, Bluecoats, Greenroom to name a few.
Mauro Camal is a portuguese artist born in Mozambique, he arrived Manchester in 2006 and since then has been developing work in performance, film and live art.
He’s inspirations translate into different art forms all focussed on relationships, human interaction and social/political context.