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Keith Brown is the Founder and President of Fast-uk.
He has made regular presentations at an international level as a contributor
to, and organiser of, symposia and exhibitions in electronic and digital
art. For the past twenty years he has used computers to direct his research
and practice. His work embraces a wide range of media, including, 2D,
3D, 4D, time-based installations and animations which explore the transphysical
aspect of the digital environment providing new modes of experience that
transcend those defined by gravity, scale, and other material limitations.
Keith has recently exhibited in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey,
USA, Africa, France, Czech Republic and the UK.
John Marshall is currently a PhD Researcher
at Robert Gordon University where he is investigating the convergence between art, design and architecture through the use of 3D computer technologies.
He co-founded the company 'rootoftwo' in 1998 (with Cézanne Charles) to explore technology as a driver of disciplinary convergence. In 2003 he co-curated the exhibition Intersculpt:UK 03 at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. Marshall and Charles co-founded the non-profit organisation 'artcore' in 2001 to present the exhibition Intersculpt:Ohio 01 at Archetype Gallery in Dayton, Ohio, USA. Marshall works as an artist and a freelance 3D Designer and has worked as an Associate Lecturer at Leeds College of Art & Design and as a Designer/Model Maker for Evenflo Company, Inc. His qualifications are an MA, Art as Environment - Manchester Metropolitan University; MFA, Sculpture - Ohio State University; BA(Hons), Fine Art - Glasgow School of Art.
Charles is an artist, curator, and arts manager. She is currently the
Executive Director of New Media Scotland. She has worked as an artist
and curator in art and technology since 1998 when she formed rootoftwo
with partner John Marshall. In 2003 she co-curated and project managed
Intersculpt:uk 03 presented by Fast-uk at the Museum of Science and
Industry in Manchester. She co-founded artcore - an art organisation
dedicated to the exhibition, production, education and exploration of
art, technology and electronic culture. In 2001 she co-curated Intersculpt:Ohio
01 presented by artcore at Archetype Gallery in Dayton, Ohio. She has served
as a consultant to arts organisations and artists in the areas of technology
planning, professional and organisational development, and strategic
planning. In addition she holds a BA, in Theatre Studies from Ohio
State University in Columbus, Ohio.