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Ann Danilevich is completing her MA in Media Studies at Concordia University. Her research interests include contemporary art, digital technologies, interpretation and representation, audience research, museum development, and new media production. She is also a freelance writer with a focus on art and culture.

Monika Kin Gagnon is Associate Professor in Communication Studies at Concordia University in Montreal. She is author of Other Conundrums: Race, Culture and Canadian Art (2000) and with Toronto video artist, Richard Fung and eleven artists, 13 Conversations About Art and Cultural Race Politics (2002), translated in 2006 as Territoires et Trajectoires: 14 dialogues sur l’art et les constructions raciales, culturelles et identitaires. Her current research, “Archiving R-69” is exploring cultural memory, film and archives, in collaboration with her late artist father, a process that she has termed “Posthumous Cinema.”

Leila Sujir is an artist and a professor at Concordia University in the Intermedia Cyberarts (IMCA) program of the Studio Arts Department with a background in visual and media arts production and theory. In 2005 through 2006, she was a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the University of Calgary, a one year research position as an artist in the Interactions Lab in the Department of Computer Science.

Tamara Sawchyn is a graduate of Concordia University. While completing her BA in Communication Studies she focused on Intermedia and Film Production. Her work as a graphic and web designer is influenced by her belief that content is an essential part of the creative process. A sampling of some of her work can be seen on her online portfolio.

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