The IIAC is comprised of international experts from the fields of art, science and technology. Their role is to advise ISEA International Foundation Board and ISEA Headquarters Executive Director.
Wim van der Plas, The Netherlands. Sociologist. Co-founder ISEA, organiser ISEA1988, ISEA1990 and ISEA1996.
Current position: Archivist Online ISEA Symposium Archives. Chair & Honorary Chair of the (IIAC) ISEA International Advisory Committee
Annet Dekker, The Netherlands. Curator/researcher
Current position: Assistant Professor Media Studies, Archival and Information Studies at the University of Amsterdam and Visiting Professor at the Centre for the Study of the Networked Image, London South Bank University.
Bonnie Mitchell, United States. Professor of Digital Arts at Bowling Green State University. Former ISEA International board member.
Current Member of the ISEA Archive team
Kerstin Mey, Germany/Ireland. Academic, Researcher and Senior Manager in Higher Education. Organiser ISEA2009.
Current position: Professor of Visual Culture and Vice President Academic Affairs and Student Engagement, University of Limerick, Ireland
Ross Rudesch Harley, Australia. Artist, educator, writer. Organiser of ISEA1992 and ISEA2013
Current position: Dean, UNSW Art & Design
Janet Bellotto, Canadian / Italian; Current Country of residence: UAE / Canada. Professor, College of Arts and Creative Enterprises, Zayed University, Dubai, U.A.E
Tanya Toft Ag. Nationality: Danish. Current country of residence: Hong Kong
Profession: Curator and scholar. Current position: Visiting Fellow at School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong.
Peter Beyls is a Belgian born artist/scientist working on the intersection of computer science and the arts. He develops generative systems in music, the visual arts and hybrid formats. eyls was a researcher at the VUB Artificial Intelligence Lab, Brussels and CITAR (Centre for Research in Science and Technology for the Arts), UC Porto, Portugal and is currently a researcher at the Bio Lab, University College Ghent.