|−|Born 1976. Artist and co-founder of [[goto10]], an organization dedicated to set up, produce, and support FLOSS+ART. He has taken part in many artistic experiments based on the Internet and the emergence of networks. Any form of data is a new clay that can be used to develop autonomous artistic processes. Currently part of the Digital Research Unit of the University of Huddersfield, his most recent projects include the mysterious packets toolkit (with [[ Tom Schouten]] and [[Marloes de Valk]]), the 0xA band (with [[Chun Lee]]), the alife art Metabiosis project (with [[ Marloes de Valk]] ), the pure:dyne GNU/Linux LiveCD (with [[ Chun Lee]] and [[ Antonios Galanopoulos]] ) and an ongoing theoretical research on the role of authorship in digital autonomous processes. |+|
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Aymeric Mansoux (FR) is an artist, musician and media researcher.
In 2003, he founded goto10 with Thomas Vriet, a non profit organization and artist collective, with the goal to promote the use and support of free software in electronic music and media art creation. Aymeric has been active in the collective until 2010 and initiated several projects such as: make art, a yearly international festival for software artists and musicians using and writing free software; Puredyne, a popular live GNU/Linux distribution for media art and design (with Chun Lee and Antonios Galanopoulos) and the FLOSS+Art publication, the first collection of essays on FLOSS and digital art production.
Since 2009, he is a core tutor and co-supervisor of study for the networked media branch of the Media Design and Communication Master of the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam. Aymeric is also a PhD student at the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London, researching the creative misunderstandings between art and politics within copyleft practices.
His latest collaboration, Naked on Pluto, is a Facebook interactive fiction that investigates and highlights privacy, ownership and identity issues surrounding centralized proprietary commercial social networks.