Visual artist and author from Italy with over 30 years' experience in the fields of visual creativity, recreational mathematics and educational games. Much of his art blurs the line between cognitive sciences and communication. As Gianni puts it, his work is intended to “encourage people to look beyond what seems obvious and to open their mind to new emotions and dimensions."
Interview 23. – Joel Wilson
A writer, a dad, a rapper and a filmmaker. He’s also staged live music, dance and theatre performances. His current day job involves graphic design, photography, journalistic writing and meeting wonderful people in and around Birmingham, UK.
Interview 22. – Alastair Gordon
London based artist. Central to his practice is the notion of a painting as a cultural artefact. At first these are paintings about paintings: images that oscillate between artefact and artifice. Notions of authenticity lie at the heart of his artistic enquiry. Currently course leader for Critical and Professional Development at Leith School of Art, Edinburgh and graduate workshops at Wimbledon School of Art, London.
Peter Dahmen – paper engineer (#18)
Designer, paper artist, specialist for pop-up-cards and paper-engineering, developer of pop-up cards and foldable artworks made from paper and cardboard.
Hana Ayoob – science illustrator (#16)
Creative producer of science events, science communicator and illustrator. She’s particularly interested in the intersection between art and science, and is passionate about bringing people together to explore the world around them. A co-founder of Minorities in STEM, a UK network to support and showcase BAME individuals working and studying in STEM fields. Her illustration style brings together traditional Indian mandalas and other patterns, with a love of anatomy and the weirder animals we share our planet with.
Vincent Bal – shadowologist (#10)
Filmmaker and Shadowologist from Belgium.