Marisha Farnsworth is a artist / designer whose community driven, environmentally based art has been exhibited at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and the Venice Biennale and is in the collection of the Nevada Art Museum. She has lead numerous placemaking art projects and was the lead artist for the 2017 Temple at Burning Man.
Anastasia Victor is an artist / designer, based in San Francisco, whose work explores how immersive art can be used to promote public discourse around the social impacts of emerging technologies. She holds a Master of Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley and has been using 3D technologies and computation to generate art and architecture since 2009. Anastasia is currently a resident at the Gray Area Foundation & Mozilla XR Studio, where she is working on XR projects that blend physical space with digital overlays to create tangible mixed reality. She is also using AR to expose the ethical issues with commercial facial recognition, by allowing users to experience these technologies in real-time through highly interactive AR interfaces.
John Faichney is a software developer currently living in San Francisco. He was formerly a lecturer at UC Berkeley CED in computation in design and urban analysis and a workshop leader at the ACADIA conference in 2012 and SmartGeometry conference in 2014. He is interested in urban/geospatial data, computational geometry, technology enabled activism, and distributed systems. John has also worked to engineer automation tools for the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction industry. He is currently a Senior Software Engineer at Uber.