‘Violence, Transgression, and Modernity’ is part of the publication ‘Baudelaire in Cyberspace’. This book was published by Academic. ‘flâneur’, Baudelaire’s symbol of modernity, the anonymous Introduction. Everyone loves the flâneur, Baudelaire’s cyber-arcades, and along with them the. In Baudelaire in Cyberspace (), Antoon van den Braembussche and Angelo Vermeulen explore the relationship between art, science and.
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Jeryl Estopace is a third year Accountacy major in Laguna University. He likes reading, surfing the net and playing video baudelaier and chess.
Julius Cebreros is a frustrated game developer and technology junkie. He is a graduate of computer science from University of the Philippines Visayas Tacloban.
Alex Ezequiel is a communication arts student at the University of the Philippines Los Banos, major in writing. She loves art, music and lomo photography.
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She likes to sing and surf the net. She plans to pursue medical school someday. Eisa Jocson is a visual artist and pole dancer. She is a graduate of visual communications in University of the Philippines Diliman, and teaches art.
She is the associate director of Pole Academy Philippines. Currently she is working in Manila on a new project in which she brings together pole dancing, performance art and painting. During the course of the project, over cyberspwce hundred people were on the Biomodd [LBA 2 ] team email list. These were some of the members of the team.
Ding Navasero is a stage director and actor, a documentary film director, and owner of the venerable and popular Paparazzi line of clothing, which supplies campaign vests for the opposition party. Ding lives in Los Banos at cyberspwce foothills of Mount Makiling. Loves to bum in the beach and visit old stone churches from far-flung places. He lives with his cat Tori named after his idol Tori Amosand his guitar named Girlfriend, the only heterosexual relationship he can ever be in.
Tomas Leonor is a visual artist who loves mountain climbing and exploring the outdoors. He graduated from the University of the Philippines, Diliman with a major in painting. One of his long-time dreams is to travel the entire archipelago from north i south for four months straight, and is looking forward to that day when he will leave everything behind and start walking.
Kent Saga works as a consultant for a call center.
He likes traveling, technology and is an avid film and sports fan. These were some of the members of the team Angelo Vermeulen Project Co- Lead Angelo Vermeulen is a visual artist, filmmaker, author, activist, biologist, DJ and avid gamer. His research in ecology, environmental pollution and teratology informs his art, which includes bio instalnottions, experimental setups incorporating living organisms and sci-fi references.
Biomoddhis worldwide series of cross-cultural, symbiotic installations fusing game culture, ecology and social interaction was nominated for the Ars Electronica Hybrid Art Prix in Next to developing the new Biomodd iteration in the Philippines, he currently also works on Translucent Futuresan artistic research project which deals with ubiquitous technology and the attrition of civil rights and privacy.
Vermeulen has lectured internationally, and during the past few years has given over 60 talks throughout Europe, the US and Asia. He recently co-authored Baudelaire in Cyberspacea compilation of dialogues on art, science and digital culture, with philosopher Antoon Van den Braembussche. A film school graduate from the University of the Philippines and a consistent honor student, she later became a copywriter and creative team head in an advertising agency.
After realizing that she enjoyed examining how exhibitions are put together in galleries and museums, she applied for a masters degree on Museum Studies in the University of the Philippines, which she is currently finishing. On the side, she is also an entrepreneur, designer, writer, and photographer. Right now, she is focused on managing art exhibitions, one of which was the Julie Lluch retrospective exhibit, a major show held in the Cultural Center of the Philippines that wrapped up in December Vargas Museum and Galleria Duemila.
She plans to write her thesis on the sustainability of art shows or museums in the Philippines. However, his realm of knowledge extends beyond the field of information technology, having earned degrees from different fields. Being a follower of interdisciplinarity came naturally. King is also experienced in building online communities, having been a part of forums and sites of PC enthusiasts, musicians, activists, gamers and many others for the past decade in different capacities, from a regular member to a content writer, moderator and site administrator.
Currently, he runs the unofficial community site of UPOU on the side for students and colleagues. For fun, Al is very much into computers, sports, guitar-driven music and photography. He does his best not to let work get in the way of any of those. With some experience in project and events management, entrepreneurship, and marketing, Nex is currently taking up a master’s degree in Political Science in the same university and is currently a research assistant in an international research project on the political economy and development experience of the Philippines based at the Third World Studies Center of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, UP Diliman.
She has a bachelor’s degree in elementary education, a master’s degree in community development and is currently pursuing her PhD in curriculum studies, all from the University of the Philippines. She has a wealth of experience in education and community development. Aleta is also a loving mother to Mauro and Miranda. She dreams big for the development of her hometown. She is also into photography, gaming and gadgets.
Her exposure to the arts is in the scope of interior design and architecture which was further honed as she designed wrought iron furniture and assisted interior designers during the 90s. She also writes for blogs during her spare time.
She has three sons ages who are working professionals. Melanie currently resides in Cebu City. Tina Mantaring is partly a geek, partly a jock, sometimes a ditz, and on very rare occasions, a bum. A summa cum laude graduate of the University of the Philippines in Diliman, she majored in Computer Engineering, focusing most of her undergraduate work on microelectronics and microprocessors.
As a student, she also held numerous leadership positions with various student organizations. When she isn’t in front of the computer, she enjoys a myriad of other activities, from swimming, to scuba diving, to dancing, to capoeira. Tina is working on the robot arm and the sensor system for Biomodd.
His interests include technical writing, watch collecting and playing video games. He is currently working on a book about computer hardware assembly.
Diego Maranan Project Co- Lead DIego Maranan is an educator, activist, and artist working in the fields of dance and digital technology. Past work includes research in translating dance notation into computer animation with Tom Calvert and Ilene Fox at the Dance Notation Bureau ; working with Judith Marcuse Projects on art and advocacy projects, particularly the Earth Project; investigating qualities of human movement in SecondLife.
He has worked professionally with artists and in the field of information technology on both sides of the Pacific — most recently with Dancing Wounded and with Donna Miranda — and has conducted workshops in Canada, Japan, and the Philippines. As an independent artist, she has recently ventured into new media and improv collaborations.
She currently divides her time between development work for a child-focused organization and pursuing her passion for the arts. As part of her arts advocacy, she facilitates improv and creativity workshops for children and adults.
He is most famous for his lively, entertaining and educational walking tours of Intramuros, the Cultural Center of the Philippines, and Quiapo and Binondo. His tours put special emphasis on issues surrounding Philippine arts, culture, and international geo-politics in order to place Philippine history within a global context. He is a man trying to change the way you look at Manila, one step at a time. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of the Philippines, Diliman with a degree in molecular biology and biotechnology.
She was a youth correspondent for the Philippine Daily Inquirer, publishing over articles on lifestyle and culture. After college, Cathy spent two years doing graduate research in cancer in New York City.
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She is currently the communications director of an international youth organization that promotes human dignity in policy and culture, and is an independent designer and writer. She has a brown belt in taekwondo, is a member of a juggling group, and speaks five languages. He lives in Makati City. Roberto “Habs” Cervantes, Jr. He is currently working as a webmaster and graphics designer at Wave He also does freelance work in audio and video production, web and graphic design.
He likes to play games in his PSP when he’s stressed out. Tabangay is an Associate in Arts and Theology graduate and now a sophomore multimedia studies student at the University of the Philippines Open University.
He has been a Sunday school teacher and choir director before becoming a missionary and pastor in San Antonio, Quezon. An aspiring artist interested to learn more knowledge in photography and Filipino culture. Currently Working as a technical support representative. He lives in Quezon City.
She does freelance writing for Fudge Magazine, and plans to be a novelist in the future. Ayeen Karunungan is a communication arts student at the University of the Philippines Los Banos, major in speech, minor in writing. Her interests include literature, arts and crafts, media, and design.