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An inter­na­tional jury of out­stand­ing design­ers, archi­tects and thinkers from the Devel­op­ing World will be judg­ing the proposals.

Ale­jan­dro Tamayo

Ale­jan­dro is an engi­neer, pro­fes­sor and inter­dis­ci­pli­nary artist inter­ested in the rela­tion between art, design, sci­ence and tech­nol­ogy and spe­cially, in explor­ing alter­na­tive and poetic ways that ques­tion the func­tion­ing and effi­ciency of rul­ing tech­nolo­gies. He was head­mas­ter of the v*i*d*a lab pro­gram (2005−2008) at the Depart­ment of Aes­thet­ics of the Jave­ri­ana Pon­tif­i­cal Uni­ver­sity in Bogotá.

Arvind Lodaya

Arvind trained in Indus­trial Design, but his work spans all the design dis­ci­plines. Cur­rently Dean of Research & Projects at the Srishti School of Art, Design & Tech­nol­ogy in Ban­ga­lore, he has con­sulted and col­lab­o­rated with busi­ness, acad­e­mia and the social sec­tor in equal mea­sure, often with inno­v­a­tive star­tups. He has been pub­lished and pre­sented in India and inter­na­tion­ally, and has writ­ten on a vari­ety of top­ics. He has been invited as Vis­it­ing Scholar by the regional gov­ern­ment of Västra-Götaland in Swe­den, and will co-chair a series of EU sem­i­nars explor­ing the inter­face between cul­tural insti­tu­tions and pop­u­lar cul­ture. His lat­est research was on co-creation and proac­tive con­sumerism. His cur­rent inter­ests lie in devel­op­ing new tools and archi­tec­tures to enable a healthy dynamic between mate­ri­al­ity, spir­i­tu­al­ity and sus­tain­abil­ity. He recently co-curated a con­tem­po­rary art show and is involved in his next cura­to­r­ial adven­ture. He is also a co-founder and Design Research & Con­cept­ing Lead at Srishti Inno­va­tion Labs in Ban­ga­lore, and sits on the board of two non-governmental devel­op­ment organisations.

Fer­nanda Romano

Fer­nanda is the Global Direc­tor of Dig­i­tal and Expe­ri­en­tial at Euro RSCG in Lon­don. She started her career as Direc­tor of Other Medias and Spe­cial Projects at DM9DDB where her team won three Cannes Cyber­Lions in 2004 with work for TAM, Tele­fon­ica and Itaú  Seguros, seven Cannes Cyber­Lions in 2005, and the Cannes Cyber­Lions Grand Prix in 2005.  That same year at Cannes, DM9DDB won Inter­ac­tive Agency of the Year. She then moved on to become Exec­u­tive Cre­ative Direc­tor of Lowe New York, where she was respon­si­ble for build­ing an inte­grated cre­ative team, get­ting short­lists in Cannes 2006, 2007 and 2008 for Cyber and Design, medals in the NY Fes­ti­vals, as well as an award for Inno­va­tion in Media. After New York she went on to join JWT London.

In addi­tion to hon­ours already men­tioned, Fernanda’s awards include the NY Fes­ti­vals GP, Andys, medals in the CCSP-Brazil, Mer­its in the One Show Inter­ac­tive 2005, and two pen­cils in the One Show Interactive.

Geral­dine Juárez

Geral­dine lives in Mex­ico City and works in the street and the inter­net, cre­at­ing sim­ple mech­a­nisms that deface the pos­si­bil­i­ties of cri­sis and fail­ure, via low-tech, waste and piracy.

Lately, her focus has been in under­stand­ing the con­fig­u­ra­tions and effects cre­ated when soci­ety, infor­ma­tion, pop cul­ture, intel­lec­tual prop­erty and power col­lide in Méx­ico. She has been col­lab­o­rat­ing with net activist projects like Ope­n­Acta and the Phys­i­cal Agents of the Inter­net (A.F.I.) ‚ and writ­ting about infor­ma­tion and pol­i­tics in the cit­i­zen blog Crit­ica Pura.

Geral­dine is a pupil of the inter­net, her friends, and Eye­beam, where she was Senior Fel­low at the Pro­duc­tion Lab (2003, 2006–2008). She has also been res­i­dent at inCU­BATE in Chicago (2008) and cur­rently holds an infi­nite research fel­low­ship at the F.A.T Lab. Her work has been shown inter­na­tion­ally at col­lec­tive exhi­bi­tions such as Inter­fer­ence, Feed­back and Other Options in Eye­beam, State of the Art: New York (URBIS, UK), Actions: What you can do with the city (Cen­tre for Cana­dian Archi­tec­ture), G.R.L.| F.A.T. World Sum­mit (CREAM, Japan) Los Impolíti­cos (Pan Pal­lazo delle Arti Napoli) — and in fes­ti­vals such as Trans­me­di­ale, Pik­sel, Pix­elache, Con­flux and Futuresonic.

Nii Com­mey Botchway

Nii is a Graphic designer and edu­ca­tor, hold­ing a B.tech in Graphic Design degree from the Nel­son Man­dela Met­ro­pol­i­tan Uni­ver­sity (for­mally the Port Eliz­a­beth Tech­nikon), South Africa. He has a broad back­ground in the adver­tis­ing indus­try as an art direc­tor and also as a design edu­ca­tor. His most recent lec­tur­ing post was at Vega the Brand Com­mu­ni­ca­tion School — Johan­nes­burg, head­ing up the 2nd year B.A. pro­gramme. Nii is cur­rently lec­tur­ing part time at the National Elec­tronic Media Insti­tute of South Africa (NEMISA). He par­tic­i­pated in ICSID Inter­de­sign City­move Gel­li­vare Swe­den, as part of a mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary inter­na­tional team of design­ers tasked with com­ing up with sus­tain­able solu­tions for relo­cat­ing a city adversely affected by min­ing. He is based and work­ing in Accra, Ghana at MMRS Ogilvy and help­ing to set up a graphic design fac­ulty for a local school… He is pas­sion­ate about teach­ing, social issues, the youth and design in all its forms and spe­cially on how it can be used as a pos­i­tive change agent to uplift peo­ple and communities.

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