The work of Lynda Aït Amer Meziane was shaped through the experimentation of different mediums. She eventually found a vocabulary in live actions and performances during the course of her studies and investigations.
She is currently preparing her graduation at the Weissensee school of Art. She was born in London in 1982, after studying in France, she moved to Berlin where she lives and works.


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Daniele Ansidei was born in 1979 and studies Photography at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig (with Heidi Specker). He participated among others in exhibitions at Museum Bozen, Ducal Palace Genua and Manifesta 7 in Bozen (2008). Daniele Ansidei lives and works in Berlin and Vienna.

Jeroen Arians was born in Nijmegen, the Netherlands in 1979. He studied Communication and Design at Sint Lucas (NL), Graphic Design at the University of Lincoln (UK) and became a Master of Fine Arts – Photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Antwerp (BE). He lives and works in the Netherlands.

Born in in Sundsvall, Sweden in 1980, Erik Berglin now lives and works in Gothenburg. He studied at the University of Photography in Gothenburg. His work was presented in a large variety of solo and group shows.

Lady Gaby aka Gaby Bila-Günther, originally from Romania, arrived in Berlin via Melbourne, where she would regularly perform in public. Widely published, her spoken-word, poetry, short stories and non-fiction articles have appeared in journals, websites, CD compilations, magazines and literature anthologies in Australia, Europe and the USA. She has performed, curated and shown text based work, photos and video art in Australia and Europe.
In Berlin she has participated in many international festivals, such as Based in Berlin, Literatur Festival and Transmediale 09.

Kalinka Gieseler was born in 1982 in Marburg (GER). She studies photography at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig.

Katrin Agnes Klar was born in 1985 in Kempten (GER). Since 2006 she studies media arts at University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe and, since 2009, as well at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich (Peter Kogler).

Signe Koefoed is a dancer (Copenhagen/Berlin) pursuing her own work as Koperforms. Her focus is experimental involving works in performance, improvisation, film and installation. It keys on individual circumstances and perception of everyday occurrences and can be fun, poetic, absurd or even uncomfortable conditioned to the images of the mind.

Božena Končić Badurina was born in Zagreb (Croatia) in 1967. In 1996, she got a degree from the print department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb. Her work has been figured at many solo and group exhibitions in The Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb; Art in General, New York; Art Pavilion, Zagreb etc. She has won several awards with her performances and artistic interventions.

Kilian Kretschmer was born in 1983 and studied Media Arts at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design. His work was shown in several exhibitions throughout Europe.

Katarzyna Perlak is a multi-media artist; initially trained in Philosophy in Poland, her country of origin, she moved on to study Photography at Camberwell College of Art in London, where she currently lives and works. Through a variety of media she reflects on socio-political relations that have an impact on how society and identity are being shaped; with particular focus on tourism and migration.

Klaus Pinter was born in Austria in 1968 and studied at the University of Fine Arts in Linz. He lives and works in Vienna.

Marta Pohlmann-Kryszkiewicz was born in Pszczółki (Poland) in 1977. In 1996, she took a degree in history of arts, roman and slavic philology at Georg-August-University in Göttingen (Germany). Since 2009 she studies photograhy at the Academy of Visual Arts (Peter Piller) in Leipzig.


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Ulrich Schäfer has been living and working in Berlin since 2010. He studied at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig, Villa Arson in Nice and, as a fulbright scholarship holder, at the San Francisco Art Institute. Schäfer's work has been shown at many group and solo exhibitions in Leipzig, San Francisco, Chicago, Berlin and others.

Martin Schnabl is a London-based musician and performance artist. Since finishing his double Master-studies in Performance Design and Practice (Central Saint Martins) he has often worked together with stage designer and producer Lena Ramoglou, with whom he founded the collective MOP. His work was shown -among others at Shunt, ACT ART and Arcola Theatre in London, as well as on the Dublin Fringe Festival.

„The dancer calls him dramatic adviser. The director actor, the actor director, the dancer poet, the author event manager...
The chair on which he was sitting was always another, and the next one will be another one than it is now.“