This Year's Peer Reviewers
Leonardo recognizes a tremendous amount of gratitude to the following peer reviewers who make up the 2023 Graduate Abstract Reviewers.
Antonio Irre Catalano is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher, interweaving life sciences and art into performances, visual works, poems, short stories and theater.
Yiannis Colakides is the Co-Director of NeMe (New Media), Limassol, Cyprus, where he organizes exhibitions, lectures and symposia of cutting-edge international artists and scholars.
Mat Dalgleish is a researcher/educator working at the intersection of music and Human-Computer Interaction. He is currently a Senior Lecturer at the University of Wolverhampton (UK).
Johannes DeYoung is a multidisciplinary artist who works at the intersection of computational and material processes. DeYoung is Assistant Professor of Electronic and Time-Based Media at Carnegie Mellon University.
Eugenia Fratzeskou is a visual artist, writer, editor, lecturer and critic. She is a visiting lecturer and critic at University of Westminster and AA School of Architecture.
Tracy Harwood is Professor of Digital Culture at the Institute of Creative Technologies at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK. She is director of the award-winning Art AI Festival and of the University's Usability Lab.
Antoinette LaFarge is a new media artist and writer. Her book Sting in the Tale: Art, Hoax, and Provocation came out in 2021. She is a Professor of Art at UC Irvine.
Tom Leeser is the Program Director of the Art and Technology Program in the School of Art and the Director of the Center for Integrated Media at the California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California.
Felipe Cesar Londono is an architect and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Design. University Colombia and founding Director of International Image Festival.
Marian Mazzone Art & Architectural History Department, College of Charleston, teaches courses on modern, contemporary, and new media art. Her research interests are in computer science applications in art and art history and computational creativity.
Eryk Salvaggio is an artist, writer and independent researcher exploring tensions between analog and digital systems and their ideologies. He holds an MSc in Media & Communication from the London School of Economics and an MSc in Applied Cybernetics from the Australian National University's 3A Institute.
Martin Skrodzki is a postdoctoral researcher at the Computer Graphics and Visualization group at TU Delft in the Netherlands focusing on high-dimensional data visualization, geometry processing as well as interdisciplinary connections between mathematics and arts.
elin o’Hara slavick is an artist-in-residence at the University of California, Irvine and professor emerita at UNC, Chapel Hill. She is an interdisciplinary artist, poet, activist, curator and photographer and author of “Bomb After Bomb: A Violent Cartography, After Hiroshima, and Cameramouth.”
Mary Anne Staniszewski is an art and cultural historian and is an associate professor in the Department of the Arts at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York.
Carloalberto Treccani is a Research Assistant Professor at the Department of Humanities and Creative Writing of Hong Kong Baptist University. His work explores the development of visually 'intelligent' machines and their implications on what we know and think on the ways we see the world.