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The Networked Cultures project is carried out by a group of researchers based at Goldsmiths College, University of London. The project is lead by Peter Mörtenböck, who is Marie Curie Intra - European Fellow at Goldsmiths College and Professor at the School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Vienna University of Technology. Project coordinator is Irit Rogoff, Professor of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths College London.

Peter Mörtenböck - project director

Peter Mörtenböck is Marie Curie Intra-European Fellow (FP6) in the Department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London and Professor of Visual Culture at Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Art and Design. His recent work has focused on spatial conflict, urban informality, models of networking and relational theories. Peter Mörtenböck has been visiting professor at several universities, including Linz University of Art (2000) and University of Paderborn (2002). Peter Mörtenböck is author of numerous articles and books including Die virtuelle Dimension: Architektur, Subjektivitaet und Cyberspace (Boehlau, 2001), Visuelle Kultur: Körper-Räume-Medien (co-ed., Boehlau, 2003) and Networked Cultures: Parallel Architectures and the Politics of Space (co-ed., NAi Publishers, 2008).

Irit Rogoff - project coordinator

Irit Rogoff is Professor of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths College, University of London. She writes extensively on the conjunctions of contemporary art with critical theory with particular reference to issues of colonialism, cultural difference and performativity. She is author of Terra Infirma - Geography's Visual Culture (2000), editor of The Divided Heritage: Themes and Problems in German Modernism (1991) and co-editor, with Daniel Sherman, of Museum Culture: Histories, Theories, Spectacles (1994). Irit Rogoff is also director of the international AHRB research project 'Translating the Image: Cross-cultural Contemporary Arts' housed at Goldsmiths College. Her current research project investigates audience participation in contemporary art spaces, and questions whether audiences are perfomatively able to become part of the very nature of the exhibition.

Helge Mooshammer - research associate

Helge Mooshammer is director of the research project Relational Architecture at the Vienna University of Technology. He teaches at Goldsmiths, University of London and has been Research Fellow at the International Research Centre for Cultural Studies (IFK) Vienna in 2008. He is also one of the founder members of ThinkArchitecture. His research and writing have focused on relational architecture, sexuality and urban culture. He has authored Cruising: Architektur, Psychoanalyse und Queer Cultures (2005) and co-edited Visuelle Kultur: Körper-Räume-Medien (2003) and Networked Cultures: Parallel Architectures and the Politics of Space (2008).

Marian Ursu - database consultant

Marian Ursu is a Lecturer in Goldsmiths College's Department of Computing. He holds a PhD in Artificial Intelligence from Brunel University. His research expertise is in symbolic data/knowledge representation and reasoning. Currently, his main research area is Intelligent Media -- the junction between Artificial Intelligence and Media. He is leading the Goldsmiths participation in the EU FP6 project "NM2 -- New Media for a New Millennium", a collaboration between 13 European institutions, and is a co-investigator on the AHRC project "Creation of a flexibly searchable streaming media archive of contemporary and modern art theory and practice", in collaboration with the Tate.

Daniele Rugo - research assistant, 2006-07

Daniele Rugo has received his MA in Digital Art from London Metropolitan University. He is currently a PhD student at Goldsmiths, University of London.


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