Ania Ejsmont lives and workes in Poland. She is an independent journalist and movie editor interested in cinema and contemporary art.
As she manages to temporally escape from her basic and not so basic science world jobs, Anna finds the ways to combine her intense visual awareness, cultural voyeurism and passion of travelling by digitally capturing her impressions. Her long-term ambition is to produce video stories from her destination #1 – Buenos Aires, where she used to head to indulge in another hobby – dancing tango.
Dr. Bettina Krogemann studied history of arts, urbanism and German literature in Bonn, Vienna and Berlin. Doctoral thesis on “Berliner Kronprinzensilber – ein preußisches Prunkservice zwischen Historismus und Werkbund” (“Berlinian crown-prince-silver – a Prussian representational service between Historism and Werkbund”). Post-doctoral term in Venice, university teacher at the Dept. of History of Arts of Freiburg-University (applied arts/design). Seven years in auctioneering, since 2004 freelance author for artnet, Die Welt, The Art Newspaper, Sammler Journal, Vernissage.tv etc. in both the fields of art and market and architecture. Advisory board member in the field of contemporary art.
Christophe Ecoffet (born in 1968) is a freelance TV reporter based in Paris. He is specialised in Culture and the Arts. He currently works for Canal+. His reports and documentaries being broadcast on Arte, France Télévisions, Ciné Cinéma, and TV Festival (The official TV of the International Cannes Film Festival). On Internet he is currently working for Paris Musées and Vernissage TV covering Art exhibitions. Before working as a freelance, he worked for 8 years for Canal+ on a movie program.
Daniel Barney is an independent photographer and video journalist currently based in Paris, France. Receiving his MA in Visual Arts in 2011, he has since worked on various projects from a creative exchange Internet platform for artists and theorists to a series of short documentaries focussing on landmarks of creativity and tradition surviving in tough urban landscapes. He is currently working on a guerilla sound project that engages “community” and aims at reintegrating the “public” into public space. For more information please visit www.dnlbarney.com.
Daniel Rubim & Igor Vidor
Daniel Rubim lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil. As a researcher, he took part in the Máquina de Responder workshops sponsored by the 29th São Paulo Biennial and produced by Capacete Entretenimentos. As a visual artist, he’s participated in the video project City One Minutes, exhibited at the 53rd Venice Biennial and directed the creation of the installation UnFreeze at the 15th Cultura Inglesa Festival.
Daniela Libertad and Rodrigo Hernandez C
Diana Coca (Palma de Mallorca, 1977) is a multimedia artist currently living and working between Beijing and Madrid. She graduated in Fine Arts, speciallity Photography, in England & graduated in Philosophy in Spain. She completed her training at the International Center of Photography in New York. She exhibits internationally in China, Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatelmala, El Salvador, USA, England, Italy, Germany, Spain & Morocco. Her works are in public and private collections around the world.
Diego García Sotomoro
Diego Garía Sotomoro is a visual artist currently living and working in Mexico City as an independent filmaker and photographer.
Francisco Cordero-Oceguera (Mexico City, 1989) is an artist living in Chicago. He received a BFA in Painting & New Media from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is currently the director of LODOS Contemporáneo an offsite contemporary art project. Francisco has exhibited work at galleries and film festivals in the U.S and Mexico.
Jacinto Astiazarán is an artist living in Mexico City. He received a B.A. in Film Production from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and currently works as a freelance video producer. He has exhibited work at galleries and film festivals in the U.S., Mexico and Europe.
Together with Roberto Rey, Milos Deretich, and Angel Sánchez.
Sergio Roger is a visual artist born in Barcelona in 1982 and currently lives and works in Berlin. He has received a MA and the Meisterschüler Postgrade Degree in Fine Arts from the Universität der Künste in Berlin. Recently his work has been exhibited in exhibitions and video festivals such as Destino: Berlin – Zielort: Berlin at Bethanien Haus in Berlin (2011) and the Transeuropa Festival at Arsenal in Berlin (2011). He works as Berlin correspondent for Vernissage TV since July 2011.
Sabine Trieloff works as a freelance communication advisor and professional speaker for Swiss Television (“Tagesschau”, “10 vor 10” and “Einstein” among others).
In addition, she reads audiobooks and newspapers for the Swiss Library for the Blind and Partially Sighted.
Darren Trenchard, Theodore Bouloukos, Thomas Bock, Lilli Kuschel, Mikko Gaestel, Slim K, Gerold Wunstel, Parichard Holm, Liza Foreman, Lizza May David, Peta Jenkin, Pau Waelder.