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HorizonZero 02: Mimic: imitators of life: robots, automata and cyborgs
September 2002
Produced by the Banff New Media Institute in collaboration with Canadian Heritage

Original concept
Daniel Canty

Editor-in-Chief
Sara Diamond

Executive Producer
Susan Kennard

Producers
Justine Bizzocchi
Daniel Canty

Line Producer
Cindy Schatkoski

Created by
Director
Daniel Canty

Art Director
Richard Eii

Interactive Designer
Steven Holinaty

Assistant Editor
Angus Leech

Research Assistant
Ailidh Carpendale

Print Version Designer
Alexandre Saint-Jalm

Composer
Scott Morgan

Technical Integration and Testing

Technical Director
Kory Fawcett

Programmer
Lisa Betterton

Programming Intern
Michael Pelletier

Contributors
Jim Bizzocchi
Jean-François Chassay
Daniel Canty
Sara Diamond
C. Ronald Kube
Angus Leech
Karon MacLean
Spiruline Mendel
Kenneth Rinaldo
Reva Stone
Bill Vorn
Norman T. White

Illustrations for American Automata
Ken Irving

Photographs for Sentient Circuitry
Don Lee

Photographs for Hysterical Robot animation
Jim Bizzocchi

Voices for the Bodyless Robot performed by
Camille Gingras (English) and Véronique Emond (French)

Horizontal
On the Rails (Painting), by John Scott
Spiruline Mendel (Poem), adapted to French by the author

Research
Justine Bizzocchi

Translators
English
Daniel Canty
Claude Lalumière

French
Sébastien Adhikari
Nicolas Billon
Daniel Canty
Camille Crédeville
Chantale van Dieren

Localization
Martine Audibert

Copyeditors
English
Angus Leech

French
Émery Brunet

Proofreaders
English
David Dalgleish

French
Dominiq Vincent

Permissions
All work by Ken Irving, Kenneth Rinaldo, Reva Stone, Bill Vorn and Norman White is used by permission of the artists.
American Automata is inspired by the essay Êtres artificiels (Montréal: Liber, 1997) and appears courtesy of Éditions Liber.
On the Rails is reproduced with permission from the artist.
Photographs from The Uncanny: Experiments in Cyborg Culture appear courtesy of the Vancouver Art Gallery.

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