Olga Subirós. Architect, strategic communicator, creative director in conceptualisation projects and design of exhibitions, installations, scenic art, museums and cultural institutions. Her projects always seek input from the public which is placed at the centre of her work, introducing new and unexpected experiences in transmedia environments. In 2006 she founded Program Collective with Mona Kim (Paris), Todd Palmer (Chicago), and Simon Taylor (London), a multi-disciplinary studio which operates throughout the world in the fields of architecture, art, design, conferences and cultural analysis. Highlights of its latest output include: designing the exhibition “Ferran Adrià & el Bulli” (Barcelona-London-Boston, 2012-2014); “Global Screen” (CCCB (Centre de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona) and San Telmo Museo in San Sebastian-Donostia, 2012; design of the “Are you Ready for TV?” exhibition (MACBA, 2011); the installation design for Dora Garcia (Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Art Biennale, 2011) and the set design for the television programme “Die Klau Mich Show” with the artist Dora García (Documenta (13), Kassel 2012). She participates in the Masters in New Exhibition Formats at Elisava (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) and the Masters in Design and Creation of Spaces (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya).
José Luis de Vicente. Journalist, curator specialising in digital culture, art and technology. He is currently developing various research programmes such as “Visualizar” (Medialab Prado, Madrid). He is the curator of FutureEverything Festival (Manchester). He is a founding member of Zzzinc, a specialised consultancy for innovation in cultural institutions. He has curated numerous symposia and exhibitions in the fields of art and technology. “Machines and Souls” (2008, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia), “Arcadia” and “Habitar” (2009, 2010 Laboral Centro de Arte), “Invisible Fields” (2011, Arts Santa Mònica) and “Playtime: Game Mythologies” (2012, Maison d’Ailleurs).
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