Yesenia Thibault-Picazo is a French-born multidisciplinary designer and musician – she currently lives and works in London. Defining herself as a ‘Material Teller’, Yesenia explores the narrative potential of materials. Her work is situated at the junction between craft practices and environmental concerns is informed by interdisciplinary collaborations.
Katarzyna Przezwańska is born in 1984. In her work she often makes reference to nature and architecture. She combines both of these fields in the need of improving the quality of human life, trying to make her art entirely utilitarian.
Tiphanie Kim Mall (born in 1987, in Basel) currently based in Paris. She works primarily with video and photography. Mall develops a fragile editorial language that articulates her observations and perceptions of everyday life.
Valentina Karga, born in Chalkidiki, Greece, is an artist and architect based in Berlin. After she got her masters in architecture from the University of Thessaly, she has been a fellow at the Graduate school, University of the Arts Berlin (UdK). Valentina’s projects encourage engagement and participation, facilitate practices of commoning and are concerned with sustainability.
Etienne Chambaud was born in 1980 and lives and works in Paris. The main focus of his work is an ongoing morphology of Separation. He has worked on exhibitions, objects and situations: from a geolocalized raft called Idealism that was set adrift in the Atlantic Ocean 7 years ago to reconfigured world atlases, the staging of the encounter of geometrical figures and monkeys in a zoo to feverish objects, from mobiles constrained by architectures to reversed animal hides.
Inge Ceustermans studied languages and literature at the universities of Louvain and Antwerp. After working almost 10 years with the Brussels based artists’ company Needcompany under the artistic direction of Jan Lauwers, she managed ‘Atelier for Young Festival Managers’, an initiative by the European Festivals Association (EFA). In 2012 she sets up a new non-profit organisation ‘The Festival Academy’ as an initiative of the European Festivals Association.