Bit Signal Fabric was a collaborative effort between:

MarkDavid Hosale: MarkDavid Hosale is a Media Artist and Composer with a Ph.D. in Media arts and Technology from UCSB. He currently holds a position as Assistant Professor in Hyperbody, Faculty of Architecture, Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands.

Haru Ji: Haru Ji is a 3-D sculptor, trans-artist and researcher exploring the subject of life in art through a realization of Artificial Life world-making as computational sculpture. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate of Media Arts and Technology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Haru attained an Master of Fine Arts and a Bachelors in Sculpture from Seoul National University and studied Image Engineering, computer graphics and 3D animation at Chung-Ang University, both in Seoul, Korea.

Dan Overholt

Lance Putnam:
Lance Putnam is a composer and researcher with interests in symmetries of form and process in digital media, design patterns for media signal processing, and visualization and sonification of complex systems for artistic and scientific purposes. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Media Arts and Technology Program at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Ben Ritter:

Wesley Smith: Wesley Smith is a MA candidate in Visual Arts at the Media Arts and Technology program at UC Santa Barbara. He works mostly with digital video for installation and performance and has had works shown in New York, Paris, and Baltimore.

John Thompson: John Thompson is a composer and media artist.

Graham Wakefield: Graham Wakefield is currently exploring the creation of digital music and art through the computational embodiment of emergent complexity, systems biology and bio-inspired philosophy. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Media Arts and Technology at UCSB, and employed as a graduate researcher for the CNSI Allosphere and as a software developer by Cycling ’74 (Max/MSP.) Graham has a number of publications in fields of digital art and music, and has exhibited, performed or presented at numerous international galleries, events and venues.