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Mez Breeze

Not since the work of James Joyce has any one person so creatively explored layers upon layers of dimensional linguistic meaning as the writer/artist Mez Breeze.”’(Séamas Cain at ICIS 2012) Mez Breeze is the Creative Director of Mez Breeze Design (mezbreezedesign.com), an agency which provides boutique digital product and design services (including illustration, text, games, transmedia, and digital interactive media). Mez is also currently an Advisor to The Mixed Augmented Reality Art Research Organisation and is currently Senior Research Affiliate with The Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab. Mez has shown her ground-breaking creative works widely, and her awards include the 2001 VIF Prize (Germany), the JavaMuseum Artist Of The Year 2001 (Germany), 2002 Newcastle New Media Poetry Prize (Australia), co-winner of the 2006 Site Specific Index Page Competition (Italy) and the Burton Wonderland Gallery Winner 2010 (judged by Hollywood Director Tim Burton). Her works reside in Collections as diverse as The World Bank and the PANDORA Electronic Collection at the National Library of Australia. Duke University have recently extended to Mez an invitation to develop a comprehensive career archive to be housed there at the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

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Andy Campbell

Andy Campbell is the Director of Digital Media for One to One Development Trust, a UK arts/media charity whose pioneering digital fiction project Dreaming Methods has been online for 15 years. Dreaming Methods houses over 30 works of collaborative electronic literature and experimental narrative games, including new episodes of the award-winning series Inanimate Alice in association with The Bradfield Company, and #PRISOM with Australian digital artist Mez Breeze which made the shortlist for the Western Australia Premier Book Awards 2014 for Best Digital Narrative.

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