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Andrew Kötting is an artist and filmmaker, the director of the numerous shorts and the acclaimed first feature Gallivant (1996). His second feature, This Filthy Earth, was premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in August 2001 and was released in the UK on November 2nd 2001 at the Curzon Soho cinema, London. The film won the Best Use of Digital FX prize at Hamburg International Film Festival. Andrew's short films include: Donkey Head, Hoi Polloi, Hubbub in the Boababs, Smart Alek, Klipperty Klopp, Anvil Head the Hun, Acumen, Self-Heal, La Bas and Kingdom Protista.

Eden Kötting was the star of Gallivant and the inspiration for MAPPING PERCEPTION. Eden suffers from a rare neurological condition known as Joubert's Syndrome in which a small part of the lower portion of the brain (the cerebellum) is underdeveloped. This causes Eden to have a variety of symptoms including trouble with her speech, motor co-ordination, eye movements and breathing.

Giles Lane is the Co-director of Proboscis. Giles commissioned both Andrew and Mark to create projects for COIL journal of the moving image and later brought them together to work on MAPPING PERCEPTION. In addition to his work for Proboscis, Giles is Visiting Research Associate to MEDIA@LSE at the London School of Economics and was a Research Fellow at the Royal College of Art between 1998 and 2002.

Dr Mark Lythgoe, is a Neurophysiologist based at the Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Hospital where he uses Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) techniques for investigating brain function and developing possible therapies for children suffering from stroke. Interested in the public understanding of science, Mark has contributed to the new Birmingham Discovery Centre with Brain Tuner, an interactive installation in which one can investigate the brain areas that control our senses.
Over the past 8 years, Mark has collaborated with a wide variety of artists – one of his first projects, working with Helen Sear in 1995, investigated the place of medical imagery in art and culminated as a publication in COIL journal of the moving image. In 1999 the joint exhibition Chimera with visual artist Jayne
Gouge utilised the technology of MRI to create an unusual bridge between what we see and the way we see it. More recently Mark has worked with Annie Cattrell, producing sculptures of our thoughts from functional MRI brain scans, which were exhibited in Spring 2001 at the Anne Faggionato Gallery London. In 2002 Mark was awarded the prestigious Dorothy Hodgkin Award Lecture by the BA (British Association for the Advancement of Science).


Alice Angus is Co-director of Proboscis and a curator and writer. Alice assisted with the project management of MAPPING PERCEPTION from 2000 and edited the CD-ROM for the book and installation.

Nima Falatoori runs the design studio, NMoDesign, which designed and programmed the MAPPING PERCEPTION CD-ROM.

Katrina Jungnickel is a freelance cultural researcher for arts and business projetcs. She co-edited the MAPPING PERCEPTION book with Giles Lane.

Allyson Waller is a freelance graphic designer who recently graduated from the Royal College of Art. Allyson designed the MAPPING PERCEPTION book.

Catherine Williams is a freelance curator, editor and publicist in the arts sector. Catherine manages the MAPPING PERCEPTION press and marketing strategy.


Billie Macleod Kötting is Eden's cousin.

Leila McMillan is Eden's mother and partner of Andrew. She appears throughout the MAPPING PERCEPTION film and installation, as well as creating digital animations and costumes for the film.

Toby McMillan is the sound designer for both the film and the installation parts of MAPPING PERCEPTION. Toby has been a professional musician since 1982 as well as studying film and time-based media and working in the film industry. Co-incidentally Toby is Andrew's brother-in-law, being married to Andrew's sister, Leesa, at the same time as being brother of Andrew's partner Leila.

Benji Ming is an ex-punk, 'performance' artist, mountaineer and historian who has worked with Andrew on various projects. Benji has some french and a little german but is perhaps best remembered for 'his men in pants routine'.

Dudley Sutton is a well-known actor who has appeared in many films and on television since the 1960s. He recently appeared in Andrew's feature film, This Filthy Earth. Other credits include Ken Russell's The Devils, and Derek Jarman's Edward II.


Craig Bennett, Melissa Parisi, Phillip Chance & Ian Glass work in the Division of Genetics and Development, Children's Hospotal and Regional Medical Center and Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington.

Kling Chong is Consultant Neuroradiologist in the Department of Radiology at the Great Ormond Street Hospital, University College London.

David G Gadian is Professor of Biophysics and Head of Radiology and Physics at the Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Hospital, University of London.

Richard Gregory is Professor Emeritus of Experimental Psychology and Editor-in-Chief of the journal Perception at the University of Bristol.

Chloe Hutton is Research Fellow in MR Image Processing in the Wellcome Department of Imaging Neuroscience, Institute of Child Health, University of London.

Janna Levin is a Cosmologist at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge.

David Thomas is an MRI Physicist in the Wellcome Trust High Field MR Research Laboratory, Deprtment of Medical Physics, University College London.

Bryony Whiting is a Cognitive Neuropsychologist in the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Unit at the Institute of Child Health, University College London.

Last updated January 6, 2003
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