Claude Heiland-Allen 

Artist from London interested in the complex emergent behaviour of simple systems, unusual geometries, and mathematical aesthetics. From 2005 through 2011 Claude was a member of the GOTO10 collective, whose mission was to promote Free/Libre Open Source Software in Art. GOTO10 projects included the make art festival (Poitiers, France), the Puredyne GNU/Linux distribution, and the GOSUB10 netlabel. As part of GOTO10 Claude developed the backend for the make art and GOSUB10 websites, packaged software for Puredyne, and assisted workshops. He released two EPs on the GOSUB10 netlabel. As a software developer, Claude has developed several programs and libraries used by the wider free software community, including pdlua (extending the Puredata multimedia environment with the Lua programming language), buildtorrent (a program to create .torrent files), and hp2pretty (a program to graph Haskell heap profiling output). 


Laura Netz Curator, artist and researcher established in London since 2009. Has collaborated with various institutions such as Fonoteca Nacional de Mexico, Museum of Contemporary Art Barcelona, Museum of Transitory Art, or International Symposium on Electronic Arts. In 2015, she launched her independent record label EAM Elektronische-art-and-music. Laura Netz is an active participant in the hacker community. Although the artists creates her own DIY oscillators prototypes based on Hardware Hacking by Nick Collins, and also develops workshops on DIY circuitry for beginners, during Medial Dark Ages performance the artist is using prototypes from: Mutan Monkey Analog Instruments, DIY opto- oscillators; Martin Howse, Detektors; and Cyrille Henry, Noizoid, MMO-3.