Eunice Gonçalves Duarte
www.semaforo.cc

Studied contemporary theater at University College, Dublin and staged at the Abbey Theatre ( National Irish Theatre ) . Is currently developing the doctoral thesis: "For an aesthetics of digital technology in performance : performance, communication and digital media."
Since 2003, works as an independent creator, presenting her work in Europe, including Finland, Greece, Ireland, England, Switzerland, Czech Republic and Turkey. Her art work crosses performing arts with low tech technology. She created the digital performance "A História é Clandestina" (2010) and the low tech performance "Blessed machines that allow us to see" (2011-2013), presented in May 2013 in the Chiado Museum - National Museum of Contemporary Art. Recently participated in the performance of Robert Whitman, " Local Report" for 2012 ZERO1 Biennial in New York and worked in the art project "How do we collaborate online", created by Matt Ball for the National Theatre Wales.
Apart from this artistic work, Eunice teaches theater, performance and body expression at the Institute of Educational Sciences and Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies.

Mário Montez
mamitz.wordpress.com

Has a degree in Social Cultural Animation at the Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra and a Master of Development Studies at ISCTE-IUL. Began his work as a sociocultural animator in 1993. He worked as social-cultural animator at a national social inclusion programme (2002-04) and then as project coordinator of the same program (2004-07) and in Santa Casa da Misericordia de Lisboa (2008/09).
Worked as facilitator on decision-making and participatory processes for the Youth in Action Programme / EVS (2002) and the SCML / K- Cidade (2011). Collaborated with ACIDI and the Catholic University of Lisbon as a facilitator on b -learning course in Cultural Mediation (2009/10).
Since 2007, is a guest lecturer at the School of Education of the Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra in the areas of community intervention and project management, among others.

Miguel Gomes: computer programmer

Degree in Computer Engineering from the New University of Lisbon - Faculty of Science and Technology , Master in Bioinformatics at FCUL.
He is a computer programmer and researcher in Bioinformatics. Was a research fellow (2009-2011) under the project SEISOP for the European Space Agency at the Institute for the Development of New Technologies (UNINOVA). In 2007, he participated in the programming of the site anidb.net and more recently joined the team of renovation site gamerstek.com. In 2010 he was the technical manager and computer programmer project "A História é Clandestina".

paula roush: resident artist
www.msdm.org.uk

paula roush is an artist and educator whose interests intersect artistic practices and technology with a focus in the area of intervention and social mediation - both in the Web space and public space. She is a lecturer at London South Bank University, where she teaches on book arts and self-publishing.

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