Roberto Abuín
Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Roberto is a philosopher, writer and editor. He is interested in the relationship between thought, art and life, in the pursuit of mutual entanglements, and the development of artistic practices involving knowledge practices. Has lived in México, where he worked in indigenous communities, researching ways of thinking that open parallel determinations beyond logocentric rationalities. He is also founder of Editorial Almadía (Oaxaca, México) and Axóuxere Editora (Galiza, Spain), where he participates as co­editor.
E. robertoabuin@gmail.com

Nadine Hattom
Berlin, Germany

Nadine is an Iraqi Australian visual artist currently living and working in Berlin, Germany. Her body of work deals with several main themes. The first is an investigation of photography as sculpture, and of the dialogue that can be created between image and object. She also explores creating a vocabulary that addresses the cultural shift from written to visual representation, that an image can be read like a word, and its meaning redefined. Finally, her use of landscape to investigate her identity and examine the power structures that have governed the discourse surrounding that landscape. With her focus often being a Middle Eastern landscape.
W. nadinehattom.com

Joe Hornby
London, United Kingdom

Joe is an acoustician, musician and visual artist living and working in London. He works across a broad creative spectrum, exploring music composition, sound design, spatial audio, photography and graphic arts. Many of his works involve an interactive component, translating the viewer into a participant for a transient experience.

Marco Pando
Amsterdam, Netherlands

In his work, Marco is telling stories in a poetic language, which follow geographical and historical boundaries. Living between Europe and South America, he adapted to the cultural differences, wherein he can experience himself as a bridge between the European culture and his origins. He regards himself an explorer discovering his own peripheries in Europe. From one place to another he collects information about culture identities, showing their parallels in different contexts.
W. marcopando.com

Lisa Premke
Berlin, Germany

Lisa studied architecture and fine arts at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. During her Bachelor studies, she already started to correlate architecture and sound. She furthered that interest through the Masters of Sound degree she undertook at the Glasgow School of Art. Her large architectonic sound installations often link to the site visually as well as audibly. Over the last years she has taken part in a number of residencies, developing site-specific projects that seem eternal but are mainly temporary. For a few years Lisa has been working for film and audio plays as a sound designer as well as organising exhibitions and artist residencies.
W. lisapremke.com

Rawan Serhan
London / Amsterdam

Rawan is an architect, acoustician and artist currently living and working in London. Her passion for sound and space design led her to combine visuals and sounds in her work in order to create a contradictory atmosphere of tension and harmony. She is now experimenting with dance compositions to allow the body to take over and narrate the story.
E. rawan@languitecture.com

Eduardo Suarez
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Eduardo is a software developer with a background in classical music. He is passionate about other music styles and did incursions in Flamenco and South American music. In the last few years he has been exploring free improvisation, which has become his main discipline.