Fairuz Sulaiman is a multimedia artist. With his background in Film & Animation, he is an active proponent of the indie music scene with his analogue and performative visuals. He has been involved in several international artist-in-residency and recently a part of Project Glocal in Taipei, supported by the Digital Art Foundation (DAF). He is also the co-director for DAM Interactive and co-creator for DAC Festival, a festival that showcases heritage and technology.
Rickey Cheng is a graduate from the National Taiwan University in 1991-1995. He is the Taiwan-based author for ARTCO and ARTitude both of which are renowned contemporary art magazines in Taiwan. He is also the Chinese translator of Peter Galison/William Kentridge’s ‘The Refusal of Time’, “100 Notes - 100 Thoughts”, dCUMENTA(13). Rickey currently works as the Editor-in-Chief of No Man’s Land at DAF, Taipei.
She is a visual artist who has participated in significant exhibitions in the Philippines and abroad. Currently, aside from her individual art practice, she is busy co-directing the programs and activities of 98B COLLABoratory. Marika has a background in architecture, fine arts majoring in Art History from University of Philipinnes
He is a force in the local independent music scene as he is instrumental to releasing genre-defying musicians such as by Liyana Fizi, NAO, Citizens of Ice Cream and Dirgahayu through his own record label, Soundscape Records. He is also one of the founding members for Live Fact, a space that showcases independent or alternative acts in Kuala Lumpur.
A founding member of Rumah Air Panas Art Society [RAP] that aims to explore and coalesce visual arts and other cultural practices through collaboration in exhibition and project; documentation and exchange of ideas in discussion .Yap’s MappingKLArtSpace,an on-going project in 2005 mapping the art spaces in the city from the past to present has been featured in the 52nd Venice (2006) and Hong Kong Bi-city Biennale (2007).
Suzy is an artist, designer and curator works at an intersection of art, architecture and media technology and translates this interest through community-building art projects. She is co-producer for Digital Art + Culture festival, a contributing writer to This Scene and a Japan Foundation Asia Center fellow in 2015 for her research in alternative art spaces in Japan and southeast Asia.
Fariz Hanapiah is a motion designer based in Cyberjaya, Malaysia. He has worked on numerous commercial projects range from music videos to tv commercials. Currently he’s concentrating on experimental works involving the technique visual mapping for installations, displays and visual performances. Fariz co-founded Motiofixo, a motion graphics studio, in 2007- A creative studio that does graphics design : motion, prints and image brandings.