Contributors 2011 is a multicultural, multidisciplinary and multitasking collective based in Barcelona since 2008. Its activities move around experimental live streaming, art, critical research and workshops.

Laura Malinverni

Nicolas Malevé is an artist, software programmer and data activist developing multimedia projects and web applications for and with cultural organisations. His current research work is focused on cartography, information structures, metadata and the means to visually represent them. He lives and works in Barcelona and Brussels. Since 1998 Nicolas collaborates with Constant, a non-profit association, based and active in Brussels since 1997 in the fields of feminism, copyright alternatives and working through networks.

Malte Steiner

freelance software developer (C++, Java, Objective-C, Linux, Mac OSX, Windows, IPhone, Android, J2ME), media artist, sound designer, musician

Owen Mundy is a researcher and technologist who investigates public space, information privacy, and big data. His work has been covered in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Time Magazine, NPR, and Wired Magazine and exhibited in multiple museums and festivals in New York, Berlin, Los Angeles, Rotterdam, and Mexico City. He has received numerous creative fellowships, a DAAD (Berlin 2010–11), and a Fulbright Fellowship (Austria 2016).

presenter „Peter Bubestinger“: Studied computer science & multimedia at the TU Vienna. More than 10 years experience with GNU/Linux and free software. Since 3 years, part of the core-team of the Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE).

artist(s)/band „XBloome“: Exists since 2005. It's electronically-focused, featuring different musical styles from ambient to trip hop. We're offering all songs under a Creative-Commons licence, and using open hardware, free software and GNU/Linux for promotion and production of our music.

Pippa Buchanan is community manager for the School of Webcraft, a partnership between the Mozilla Foundation and Peer 2 Peer University (P2PU). Recently moved to Linz, she worked in educational software, video games development and as a design educator before becoming involved in non-formal and open educational projects.

Rob Canning is a composer and sound artist. His work focuses on finding a dialogue between algorithmic system based composition strategies and intuitive/improvised approaches. He has worked with ensembles such as the London Sinfonietta, The Concorde Ensemble, The National Chamber Choir of Ireland and the Con Tempo String Quartet amongst others. His composed works have been performed and broadcast internationally along side his multichannel electronic and installation works which have been appeared in a number of contexts including exhibitions, dance performances and theater.

Roger 10-4 (Berlin, D / Rotterdam, NL)

Roger 10-4 is Sabrina Basten and Audrey Samson, two artists working in different artistic fields. Sabrina is mainly working on spatial installations which deal with the behavior of specific materials. Audrey is interested in the stories of objects and how they can be told. Together they think of how material can tell a story and how it can interact with its surroundings.

Working in Film/Video Postproduction and as Graphics- & Webdesigner. Doing more and more software development now using a completely free work environment since I switched to Linux.