Daniel Bisig is a fellow and lead researcher in the E2-Create project.
He is active as a researcher and artist in the fields of artificial intelligence and generative art. As part of his artistic activities, he has realized algorithmic films, interactive installations and audio-visual performances, some of them in collaboration with musicians and choreographers. The derivation of generative algorithms and interaction techniques from simulation principles employed within the synthetic natural sciences forms a central aspect of his work.
Scott deLahunta is a supervisor and collaborator in E2-Create.
He has worked as a writer, Scott deLahunta has worked as a writer, researcher and organiser on a range of international projects bringing performing arts with a focus on choreography into conjunction with other disciplines and practices. He is currently Professor of Dance, Centre for Dance Research, Coventry University and co-Director of Motion Bank, Hochschule Mainz University of Applied Sciences.
Sarah Whatley is a supervisor in E2-Create.
She is director of the Centre for Dance Research, Coventry University. Her research focuses on the interface between dance and new technologies, dance analysis, somatic dance practice and pedagogy, and inclusive dance. The AHRC, the Leverhulme Trust, Wellcome Trust and the European Union fund her current research, which is broadly focused on the impact of digital technologies on tangible and intangible cultural heritage.
Anton Koch is a collaborator in E2-Create.
He is researcher and lead software developer at Motion Bank, Hochschule Mainz University of Applied Sciences. His focus lies on development of conceptual and technical methods for digitising contemporary dance.
Muriel Romero is a collaborator in E2-Create.
She is a dancer and choreographer. Her work is currently focused on the investigation of generative choregraphic structures and the incorporation of abstractions taken from other disciplines such as music or mathematics. She has won several international prizes such as Moscow International Ballet Competition, Prix de la Fondation de Paris-Prix de Laussane and Premio Nacional de Danza.
Pablo Palacio is a collaborator in E2-Create.
He is an independent composer. His work has been focused on the transformation an perceptual connections of sonic images. He has held residences in Spain, Switzerland, Germany and Lebanon. He is also an active composer for dance and performing and collaborates with Bauhaus-Universität Weimar designing interactive musical instruments for people with disabilities.