Jojo Abot is a Ghanaian multimedia artist exploring sound, visual art, fashion, and literature using technology as a tool for enhancing experience and performance. A nomad and a citizen of the world, Abot is touring America, Europe, and Africa while preparing to officially release her first EP, entitled FYFYA WOTO.
Founded by Teddy Goitom and Senay Berhe, Afripedia is a platform and a visual guide to art, film, photography, fashion, design, music, and contemporary culture from African creatives worldwide.
Anand Agarawala is an interface designer, software developer, inventor, and nerdcore hip-hopper. He is the founder of BumpTop, a 3-D desktop user interface inspired by real desks that uses multi-touch gestures to drive towards a more expressive, human vision for computing.
Rich in content, storytelling, and myth, the Argus Project addresses citizen videography, counter-surveillance, and police accountability, creating a space that brings together many points of view for a much-needed conversation on racial and economic inequality within our fractured democracy.
Artiphon is a creative technologies company designing adaptive instruments for everyday music-making. Their first product, the INSTRUMENT 1, launched on Kickstarter, where it became the #1 highest-crowdfunded musical instrument. The INSTRUMENT 1 was named one of TIME’s 25 best inventions of the year, and is available at artiphon.com and MoMA Design Stores.