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Noise Aquarium collective

Victoria Vesna

Lead artist: Victoria Vesna, Ph.D., is an 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). With her installations she investigates how communication technologies affect collective behaviour and perceptions of identity shift in relation to scientific innovation. Her work involves long-term collaborations with composers, nano-scientists, neuroscientists and evolutionary biologists.

Martina R. Fröschl

Computer animation: Martina R. Fröschl, MSc is a digital designer focusing on computer animation and scientific visualizations. She studied Media Technique in St. Pölten and Media Design in Hagenberg, Austria and graduated in 2009. Currently, she is a doctoral researcher in scientific visualization projects at the Science Visualization Lab at the Digital Arts department at the University of Applied Arts Vienna.

Glenn Bristol

Programming: Glenn Bristol is a computer programmer, photographer and digital artist based in Vienna. He is one of the founding members of United Motion Labs, established in 2005. UML is an experimental lab dedicated to creating immersive audio-visual installations and Glenn is involved in every step of production -- from filming, content creation, pre/post production, VJing, DJing, creating software tools, IT administration and handling photo, video and time-lapse documentation.

Dr. Alfred Vendl

Director of Science Visualization lab: Dr. Alfred Vendl is director and writer with a background in chemistry. He is currently head of the Science Visualization Lab at the Digital Arts department at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Around 80 scientific publications in Material Science, Archaeometry and Art Technology. Writer, director and/or producer of more than 200 prime-time documentaries for ORF, ARD, ZDF, WDR, BR, ARTE, BBC, Discovery, Smithsonian, WNET, etc.

Paul Geluso

Audio mixing: Paul Geluso focuses on the theoretical, practical, and artistic aspects of sound recording and reproduction. He is currently researching new ways to capture, mix, and process immersive audio for playback on multi-channel sound systems, recently co-editing "Immersive Sound: The Art And Science of Binaural and Multi-channel Audio" published by Focal Press-Routledge.

Scientific 3D scanning and imaging:
Thomas Schwaha | Department of Integrative Zoology, University of Vienna
Stephan Handschuh | VetCore-Facility for Research, University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna

Sponsors: Gerald Bast Rektor,  Ruth Schnell, Digital Arts, University of Applied Arts Vienna; UCLA Faculty Research; Harvestwork; David Bermant foundation; Gerald Bast, University of Applied Arts Vienna.