is an independent journalist and a member of a collective of six women freelancers, the “Journalopes” (a play on a French insult re- gularly tossed at women journalists). She covered the French presidential campaign for Europe 1, freelanced for Les Inrocks, has published two articles in The Guardian and had hundreds of pieces in the “Society” and “International” sections of the Figaro. But what she’s most interested in is modern love. Love in the Time of Algorithm (Édi- tions Goutte d’Or), earned her the cover of The Times’s lifestyle section, under the title: “The French woman who took on Tinder“. Not bad.
Quentin Noirfalisse is a transmedia creator and a co-founder of Médor, a new Belgian print quarterly. In 2013, his interactive documentary about hackers, Geek Politics, went live on Le Soir and FranceTélévisions. He has worked as a freelancer for various newspapers in Belgium and RD Congo and is currently developing an online project about public databases and privacy.
Karl van den broeck
is a journalist. He spent 19 years at De Morgen, reporting for about every possible area of the breaking news, culture and books sections, before leaving to become editor-in-chief of the weekly magazine, Knack. Since 2014 he has been director of Bozar’s Agora department, while also serving as editor-in-chief of Apache.be.He is the author of De echte vader van de pil, about the contraceptive pill’s true inventor – not the American, Pincus, but rather a Belgian, Peeters – and also of Waarom ik de Indianen wil redden, about Sitting Bull, the Sioux resistance figure.