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Omar El-Khairy
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Matthew Hyland
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Anthony Iles
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Demetra Kotouza
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Hari Kunzru
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Mira Mattar
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Pauline van Mourik Broekman
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Benedict Seymour
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Stefan Szczelkun
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Simon Worthington
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Sally Jane Norman
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Andy Wilson
 

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Josephine Berry Slater Editor, Mute
Josephine Berry Slater is Editor of Mute. She also teaches courses in the Culture Industry and Biopolitics and Aesthetics at Goldsmiths University. She is co-author of No Room to Move: Radical Art and the Regenerate City and co-editor of Proud to Be Flesh: A Mute Magazine Anthology of Cultural Politics After the Net

Omar El-Khairy Contributing Editor, Mute
Omar is a contributing editor of Mute. He did his BA and MA in Economics and Politics from SOAS, and is currently completing his PhD in Political Sociology at LSE on American cultural diplomacy and the shifting question of race from the Cold War through to the 'war on terror'. He is also a a writer for stage and screen. He was part of the the Young Writers' Programmes at both the Royal Court and Soho Theatre. His first full-length play, Given the Times, was commissioned for a rehearsed reading at the Finborough Theatre as part of Vibrant - A Festival of Finborough Playwrights. He is also a member of the Old Vic New Voices Company and a fellow of the T.S. Eliot UK/US Exchange. He is a co-founder of a new international theatre and film collective, paper tiger, which aims to explore what it means to make art in the context of war and how the city remakes remnants of its past. Their first production, Burst, was a devised play inspired by Sudanese novelist Tayeb Salih's Season of Migration to the North, which debuted at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2010. Other collaborations include Theatre 503, the Arcola, the Lyric and the Unicorn. His short film, Tunnels, is currently in production with Idioms Film in the West Bank, Palestine and he has started work on his first feature length screenplay, Sheikh

Caroline Heron General Manager, Mute
Caroline is the General Manager of Mute and has been with the organisation since graduating from an MA in Interactive Media: Critical Theory & Practice at Goldsmiths, University of London in 2008. She is the Project Director for Art of Digital London (AoDL), a programme in operation since 2009 that runs an online peer learning resource, regular social events, training sessions and meetings about digital strategy in culture. Caroline is also the Project Director of the newly formed Common Practice Video Network. Alongside her work with Mute, she is the Events Co-ordinator for Minibar/Openbusiness.  

Projects: AoDL Digital Salon & Surgeries (2009/10), TheKnowledge (2010/11), AoDL Meetup (2012-ongoing), Common Practice Video Network (2012-ongoing), Tech Business MiniMBA (2010-ongoing), British Council Young Creative Entrepreneur (YCE) Programme (2012). 

Matthew Hyland Contributing Editor, Mute

Anthony Iles Deputy Editor, Mute
Anthony Iles is Deputy Editor of Mute, co-author, with Josephine Berry Slater, of No Room to Move: Radical Art and the Regenerate City, co-editor, with Mattin, of Noise & Capitalism, http://www.arteleku.net/audiolab/noise_capitalism.pdf, writes fiction and non-fiction, and screens films with Full Unemployment Cinema, http://unemployedcinema.blogspot.com

Demetra Kotouza Contributing Editor, Mute

Hari Kunzru Contributing Editor, Mute
Hari Kunzru is the author of the novels The Impressionist (2002), Transmission (2004), My Revolutions (2007) and Gods Without Men (2011), as well as a short story collection, Noise (2006). His work has been translated into twenty-one languages and won him prizes including the Somerset Maugham award, the Betty Trask prize of the Society of Authors, a Pushcart prize and a British Book Award. In 2003 Granta named him one of its twenty best young British novelists. Lire magazine named him one of its 50 'écrivains pour demain'. He is Deputy President of English PEN, a patron of the Refugee Council and a member of the editorial board of Mute magazine. His short stories and journalism have appeared in diverse publications including The New York Times, Guardian, New Yorker, Financial Times, Times of India, Wired and New Statesman. He lives in New York City

Mira Mattar Contributing Editor, Mute
Mira is a sometime governess, writer and contributing editor to Mute and 3:AM. She lives in South London where she is currently working on her first collection of short stories. She is also one third of Monster Emporium Press [http://www.monsteremporiumpress.co.uk]. She blogs at http://hermouth.blogspot.com

Pauline van Mourik Broekman Director, Publisher, Contributing Editor, Mute
Pauline van Mourik Broekman is the founding co-editor of Mute, for which she continues to work as contributing editor and publisher. She has written and spoken widely on culture and technology, the politics of institution-building and publishing magazines in the ‘digital era'. Pauline co-edited Proud to be Flesh: a Mute Magazine Anthology of Cultural Politics after the Net and co-authored its companion volume, Mute Magazine Graphic Design (Eight Books, 2008). She also co-edited This Will Not Happen Without You: From the Collective Archive of The Basement Group, Projects UK and Locus+ (1977-2007) (Locus+, 2007)

Benedict Seymour Contributing Editor, Mute
Benedict Seymour is a writer, musician and filmmaker, and a contributing editor of Mute. He has written and made films about urban regeneration and gentrification with The London Particular [http://www.thelondonparticular.org], and explored the links between financialisation and cultural-social contraction in a number of articles and essays, including 'Fear Death by Water: The Regeneration Siege in Central Hackney' (2003) and 'Drowning by Numbers: The Non-Reproduction of New Orleans' (2006). He was Deputy Editor of Mute magazine from 2003-08. He has made music with Antifamily [http://antifamily.org] and Petit Mal [http://difficultfun.org/items/df006.html] and created soundtracks for Melanie Gilligan's films Crisis in the Credit System [http://www.crisisinthecreditsystem.org.uk] and Popular Unrest [http://popularunrest.org]. He is currently working on a practice based Phd at the University of Wolverhampton’s School of Art & Design, 'The Time/Money Image: Fictitious Capital, Film, and Social Non-Reproduction'. He is Lecturer in Fine Art on the MFA at Goldsmiths College London

Howard Slater Subscriptions & Sales Manager, Mute
Howard Slater is a volunteer play therapist and one time author and editor of Break/Flow. He has been writing since the early 80s and has mainly been published in small press magazines as well as online with Mute. His first book, Anomie/Bonhomie and Other Writings, was published by Mute Books in January 2012

Stefan Szczelkun Contributing Editor, Mute
Stefan Szczelkun is an artist whose work took an academic turn in the early 1990s. His Phd at the Royal College of Art had the title 'Exploding Cinema 1991-1999, culture and democracy'. He has a long term interest in open artists collectives and the democratisation of culture. Recent projects include the online AgitDisco and an active archive DVD titled 'Creating a Movement: the struggle for inclusive education in the UK 1990-2006

Simon Worthington Director of Digital, Publisher, Contributing Editor, Mute
Simon Worthington is Director of Digital and Publisher for Mute Publishing. Simon studied art at the Slade School (London) and CalArts (Valencia, California), after which he co-founded the Slade student publication, Mute, as well as, in 1994, Mute magazine. As co-director of Mute Publishing, he has been involved in a number of software, networking and alternative distribution projects, including the University of Openness, Picopeer, XCom2002 (with NTK), the Cartographic Congress, DMZ, MagNet, UserLand, Re:Transmission, MoreisMore and MiniBar. For Mute, he directed OpenMute's first project, the 'omweb' platform, produced the global 'Metamap' of surveillance, and presently runs OpenMute Press, the Progressive Publishing System and TheKnowledge/AoDL.