Phil Taylor

Design Engineer & Fabricator (Robotic Geese, Fishface, Bats)

Phil Taylor is an independent technologist from Chicago. He implements new-media and emergent-process technology in collaboration with architects, musicians and entrepreneurs. After many years serving as a manufacturing plant supervisor, Taylor received a BA/AB in Architecture from Princeton University. He holds numerous professional certifications in electrical engineering and specializes in a variety of disciplines including: discrete and high level electronics design, linear MOS design, injection and investment processes, mold making, motion control, professional audio design, high power electronics, electronic music instrumentation and electronic controls. Taylor has worked in a professional capacity in fields as diverse as RF engineering, solar systems, wind power, lighting control and process engineering. His recent collaborations have included work with Sean Dockray, Keyclub Recording, Lars Fischer, The Institute for Advanced Architecture, Arto Lindsay, Diller+Scofidio, Brian Tolle, the rock bands Voltage and Ui, and Natalie Jeremijenko. His individual and collaborative work has been shown at the Basekamp Gallery (Philadelphia), Oni Gallery (Boston), Telic Gallery (Los Angeles), Parsons School, Deitch Projects (New York), the Storefront for Art and Architecture (New York), Camp Gay (Chicago), and Mass MOCA (North Adams).

Vestal Design Group

Prototyping, Graphic & Web Design

Vestal design is a group of young designers specializing in rapid and affordable product, graphic and multimedia design and research.

Mariano Belinky

Database adviser (Goosespeak)

Mariano Belinky is currently conducting research toward a doctoral degree at the Complex Networks group at the Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya, and is a research assistant at both IESE (Barcelona) and INSEAD (Paris) business schools. He received his masters in 2003 from New York University in computer science and philosophy. He collaborated with Dr. Jeremijenko from 1999 ? 2003 on several projects including Bang Bang, Anti-Terror line, and the cogblog database, a beta form of which is currently operational, will be used for the public OOZ interface.