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Dave Carson is a new media artist based in Fremantle, Western Australia. He came from the UK in 1995 and has since collaborated on many art and science projects including filming the world’s first capture of the Aurora Borealis in 3D, in association with the Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory in Lapland, Finland with UK videographer Brian McClave. David is currently Artist in Residence at Horizon, the Planetarium, at Scitech in Perth, developing creative content for full dome projection This is supported by Scitech and a Connections Residency Program grant from the Inter-Arts Office of the Australia Council for the Arts. 

Carley Tillett is the Manager of Horizon - the Planetarium at Scitech.  Carley has been involved in planetarium and full dome production for 6 years.  She specialises in real time astronomy visualisation, but also branches into other scienific data visualisation. 

Colin Potter is a sound engineer and musician. He has been involved in the field of electronic and experimental music for over 30 years. Based at his own IC studio, he has recorded, produced and distributed a wide array of projects. He has gained a reputation for innovative mixing and sound processing, working with artists such as Current 93, Fovea Hex, Ora, Organum, Monos, Andrew Chalk and most notably, with Steven Stapleton on many albums by the renowned Nurse With Wound.  In the late Nineties, a desire to return to live performance has led to appearances at the Beyond Music festival in Los Angeles,  the Liverpool Biennial,  Brainwaves in Boston, All Tomorrow’s Parties, Ether festival at London South Bank, Villette Sonique in Paris and many others.

Phil Mouldycliff  is a visual and sound artist who has almost thirty years experience in creating large scale, multi-disciplinary projects for live performance, recording, exhibition, installation and radio. He produced the soundtrack, drawings and texts for the Trajectories project.
Janos Hennicke In 2004, Janos initiated the Christmas Island Seabird Project (www.seabirdproject.cx) in which he studies the ecology of and the threats to the seabird species on Christmas Island, Indian Ocean. In cooperation with the Christmas Island National Park Janos investigates two of the most endangered seabirds in the world,- the Abbott’s Booby and the Christmas Island Frigatebird, Dr. Hennicke is a research fellow at the renowned institute CEBC-CNRS, Chizé, France, part of the Institut Ecologie et Environnement (INEE), department of the CNRS (the French National Centre for Scientific Research).



                           
                     
        Colin Potter performing Sunrise from the album: Nightfall Sunshine








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