Martine Neddam is an artist who uses language as raw material. Since she began as an artist, her favourite subjects always were "speech acts," modes of address, words in the public space.

Gay Hawkes creates sculpture, furniture, textile art, costumes and unique events and is known as a creator of sculptural/functional works expressed in the vernacular.

Anne Elizabeth Moore is an artist and cultural critic who works internationally around issues of globalization. Elizabeth White is an artist whose work includes photography, video, installation, and social practices.


Through her work Marjolijn Dijkman often considers the foundations of how we perceive and experience our surroundings. Maarten Vanden Eynde has devoted his life to exploring the mysteries of our future past by investigating the concept of Genetology, a self-invented ‘Science of First Things’.

Catherine Hemelryk is an independent curator with projects across the UK and Europe as well as Curator at the Fishmarket Gallery in Northampton. From 2005-2008 she was a curator at CAC Vilnius where she curated exhibitions including Tales From the Travel Journal vol. I and Extreme Crafts. 
Banu Cennetoglu works with photography, installation and printed matter. Philippine Hoegen works with photography, video, installations, text and printed matter. 
Angela Harutyunyan is an art historian and curator. Since 2006 she is the co-organizer of the Summer Seminars for Art Curators in Yerevan and the bi-annual Program of Critical and Curatorial Studies within AICA-Armenia.

From 2004, curator Anna Smolak was working for the Contemporary Art Gallery Bunkier Sztuki in Krakow. She is the co-curator of the “Follow the White Rabbit” exhibition exploring the bounds of children’s perception of contemporary art (2010). 


Pelin Tan is a sociologist and an art historian interested in urban localities and social conflict, alternative education formats, institutional criticism, social surplus value and dissemination.