Sofian Audry holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Sciences and Mathematics and a master’s degree in Computer Science (Machine Learning) from the University of Montreal. Since 2004, he developed numerous installations and web projects, both individually and collectively. He joined the artist-run center Perte de Signal in 2005 and has recently completed a master’s degree in Communication (Interactive Media) (UQAM, 2010). He is currently a Ph. D. student in the Humanities program (Concordia University). Sofian Audry works in a niche that mixes computer and electronic technologies with social and cognitive mechanisms. His work has been presented in Canada, Europe and Asia in many festivals and exhibition centers.
Stephen Kelly is an artist, computer programmer, and musician living in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He has exhibited and participated in residency programs both nationally and internationally. His work incorporates sound, electronics, mechanics, and other media in the creation of thematically diverse, often complex systems of cultural exploration. Interested in the intersections between audio art and music, Stephen builds unique musical instruments and approaches sound recording as a creative process. His most recent musical project is The Just Barelys. Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Stephen has a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design and is currently studying computer science at Dalhousie University. He plans to continue crossing art and science within public installations and ongoing research projects in Machine Learning.
Samuel St-Aubin has a college degree in Electronics and Telecommunications. Since 2003, he has been involved in many electronic and sound art projects. He lives and works in Montreal. He has taken an active role within the Drone collective, creating rich electronic interfaces in the interactive installation produced by the group. Since then, he has worked with many different new technologies like Wireless sensors, micro processing and realtime data processing. Through the multiple art projects he has worked on, Samuel St- Aubin has developed a personal vision of electronic interactive art that he his continually nourrishing with new projects and ideas. He is active member of artist-run center Perte de signal.
Adam Kelly (Halifax, Canada) participated actively to the original concept and design of the first two prototypes.
The artists would like to thank the following organizations for their generous support: