Emery C. Martin
Emery C. Martin is a post-disciplinary artist who operates across borders, contexts, and mediums with recent emphasis on abstraction, light, computational forms, and programming. He is one half of the creative duo Electronic Countermeasures. Martin holds an MPS from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and a BFA in Experimental Animation from California Institute of the Arts. His has shown work and performed at 18th Street Arts Center, Anthology Film Archive, Automata, E-11 Olvera Street, Electrofringe Festival, Le Cinématographe Nantes, Milano Film Festival, Taiwanese International Animation Festival, Printed Matter: New York Art Book Fair, Shelia C. Johnson Design Center, The Contemporary Austin, and the Roy O. Disney Concert Hall. He was a contributor to NYC’s Taxi of Tomorrow initiative, Samsung’s Television of Tomorrow and continues to consult on transit and technology. He has also served as adjunct faculty at CalArts' Experimental Animation program and Woodbury University's Media Technology program.
Kerstin L. Hovland
Kerstin Larissa Hovland is an transdisciplinary artist specializing in pixels, programming, and light for music and performance. She is one half of the creative duo of Electronic Countermeasures. She holds an MFA in Experimental Animation and Integrated Media from California Institute of the Arts and a BFA in Visual Communication with a minor in Computer Science from Iowa State University. She has shown work and performed at The Contemporary Austin Museum, The Ruhrtriennale, The Center for Living Arts, The Musser Art Center, and Automata. She has also served as adjunct faculty in both the Video for Performance and Art & Technology programs at California Institute of the Arts.
Daniel Jackson is a video, projection and interaction designer working primarily in live performance and installation contexts. He is the resident "Cool Guy" at Electronic Countermeasures who has a "very particular set of skills." Daniel holds an MFA in Video for Performance and Integrated Media from the California Institute of the Arts, and a BA in Drama from Stanford University. In addition to design work, Daniel is committed to education at the intersection of media literacy, technology and the arts. He has taught computer programming, filmmaking, and performance to children and adults at The Museum of the Moving image in New York, SAY Sí in San Antonio, Texas, and the California Institute of the Arts.