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As a poet and sculptor, Kristie McCallum uses critical theory and art to position human culture within the complexity of the natural world.
Eric Stotts is a Creative Architect interested in collaborating with artists on the design and construction of arts spaces, studios, performance spaces and media artworks. Special interest in music performance, low power FM broadcasting, visual art, large-scale projections, art in the Suburban sphere, and tactical urbanism.
Linda Campbell is a professor who holds a Senior Research Fellow at Saint Mary's University in Halifax. Linda is particularly interested in aquatic ecosystems and water resources.
Jenny Goldstick is a Brooklyn-based artist, designer, and educator. She is the creator of the acclaimed interactive graphic memoir, This is My Memory of First Heartbreak, Which I Can’t Quite Piece Back Together.
Melanie Wilmink is a PhD candidate in Art History and Visual Culture at York University (On, Canada), with honours such as the 2014 York University Elia Scholars Award, and a 2015 SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship.
Emily Reed is an emerging curator, art historian and writer from the United States but currently based in Scotland. Her primary interest is investigating how art institutions are displaying and contextualizing videogame-based works.
Simon Biggs is a media artist, writer and curator working in digital poetics, interactive environments and interdisciplinary research.
Julie Hollenbach is an artist, writer, curator, and educator based out of Halifax, Nova Scotia (Canada). Her cultural work employs a queer feminist methodology. Hollembach's research and artistic production explores domesticity and feminine creative cultures, as well as the impact of neoliberalism on popular rhetorics of wellness.