Alison Clifford is a new media artist based in Glasgow, Scotland. Her artistic practice is concerned with the process of interpretation and translation between different forms of artistic media into a digital context, exploring what is lost or gained through such interpretation. Her works include: net-art, installations, interactive audio-visual works and experimental film. She has exhibited widely in a number of new media art festivals and exhibitions including: FILE – Electronic Language International Festival (Brazil), VAD International Video and Digital Arts Festival (Spain), GA2010 – Generative Art Conference (Italy), and Zebra Poetry Film Award (Germany).
She was nominated for a BAFTA Award in interactive media (2006) and was the recipient of an Alt-W Production Award in 2005.
Graeme Truslove (PhD) is a composer and performer based in Glasgow, Scotland. His output includes: electroacoustic and instrumental compositions, theatre sound design, audio-visual installations and improvisation (performing on guitar and laptop). His work is largely concerned with conflicts between intuitive performance and the fixed-medium, often exploring how fixed-medium expressive and structural possibilities can be integrated into improvised performance and vice versa.
Truslove's work has been performed internationally and has won awards from: METAMORPHOSES 2010, Belgium (First Prize), The British Council, The Dewar Arts Awards, Creative Scotland, The Phonos Foundation (Spain), Sociedad General de Autores y Editores SGAE (Spain), and others.
His performance profile includes: L'ESPACE DU SON 2010 (Belgium), Electronic Music Midwest Festival EMM 2010 (USA), FILE 2010 (Brazil), ICMC 2010 (USA), “Music Under The Influence of Computers” UCSD 2010 (USA), N.one-8, Leeds College of Music 2010 (UK), GLEAM 2010 (UK), Zeppelin 2009 (Spain), ICMC 2009 (Canada), and Transformations III - RSAMD 2009 (UK).