Maurice Owen is Professor of Fine Art and Director of the Centre for Research and Enterprise in Art, Design and Media, in the Faculty of Ceative Industries and Society, Southampton Solent University. His two main research interests are Cultural Memory <http://creadm.solent.ac.uk/custom/rwpainting/cover/index.html> and VisuoSonics. He is also a saxophonist and has conducted sonic research in collaboration with the improvising music groups Eye and Ear Control and more recently T.I.M.E: The Improvising Musical Ensemble.
Russell Richards is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Ceative Industries and Society, Southampton Solent University. He has written numerous publications on digital aesthetics and interactivity. Richards’ digital artwork includes virtual installations, a cosmic gas cloud generator and generative music installations, in addition to his work on KikiT applications.
Sarah Hand is Course Leader in Fashion Photography at Southampton Solent University. Her main area of research is Convergent Photography, which employs VisuoSonic concepts and techniques to create photographic mise-en-scene and interactive staging for application in the fashion industry.
Owen/Richards/Hand: Since November 2005 Owen, Richards and Hand have experimented with sonic and visual interactivity using computational interfaces. These experiments have evolved into the concept of KikiT VisuoSonic convergent performance.