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Arief Fauzy

Arief is a budding cultural researcher and semiotician, with a BA (Hons) in International Media & Communications from the University of Nottingham, focusing on cultural studies. Aiming to grow as a communications analyst by applying cultural insights toward consumer engagement and brand development strategies, his Third Culture Kid upbringing has led to particular interest in the negotiation of transnational identities, intercultural relations, and the nuances of cultural meaning. He is also fascinated by popular culture phenomena and emergent cultures.

Bucharest, Romania

Thomas Wendt

Thomas Wendt is currently a digital and user experience strategist in New York City. He has worked and consulted for agencies, startups. and individuals throughout the world. Thomas is interested in how semiotics and consumer culture affect brand strategy, digital anthropology, and customer insights. Find him on Twitter or visit his website to get in touch. twitter.com/#!/thomas_wendt www.surroundingsignifiers.com

New York City,

Gabriela Pedranti

Gabriela Pedranti is a communicator and cultural analyst. She holds a BA in Communications from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and a MA in Contemporary Film and Audiovisual Studies (UPF, Barcelona, Spain). Along with semiotician Ximena Tobi, they own Semiotica Studio. Gabriela was the general coordinator of Semiofest 2013 Barcelona, and currently coordinates the BA Fashion Marketing and Communication at IED Barcelona, validated by the University of Westminster (UK). Since 2016, she's also been a lecturer at UPF.

Barcelona, Spain