Marco Berardi graduated in Italy with a BA Theatre and History of Art in 2004 and then relocated to London. Emerging from a theatrical lighting design background, he began to gravitate towards the medium of photography, and its relationship to performance/live art events.
He has worked for various companies and collaborated with numerous reputable artists, institutions and creative projects.
Currently he works both as a freelance photographer and associate photographer at ]performance s p a c e [ London. Marco Berardi & Alice Tatge have collaborated on a variety of projects based on the relationship between the photographic gaze, intimacy and the performative body.

Jonny Blamey, father of Balthazar Blamey, is an Englishman born in 1970. He is a Doctor of Philosophy specializing in knowledge probability and love. He developed his own style of piano and song writing and is the second best London pub Piano player in London. In 2009 he became an influential figure in the revolution of love and developed a magical methodology for making people extremely happy. He is currently writing about the greatest philosophy books for an Egyptian philanthropist.

Giulia Casalini is an independent curator, writer and co-director of the London-based platform CUNTemporary (Arts, Feminism, Queer) and founder of the Archivio Queer Italia project. She graduated from Goldsmiths (MA Contemporary Art Theory) in 2012 and she currently works at Richard Saltoun Gallery, London. Her curatorial interests focus on the modalities of the performative within the arts, by seeking to deliver the artistic through differing its spaces, modalities, and forms of public participation.

Lynn Farnsworth graduated from Beloit College in Wisconsin with a major in English literature, minor in philosophy and Masters of Art degree in teaching. After graduating she moved to Italy, where she currently lives with her husband, photographer George Tatge. A mother of two, for many years she has taught English as a foreign language starting her students off at a young age and following them through to late adolescence.

Christopher Hauke is a Jungian analyst, Senior Lecturer at Goldsmiths and a filmmaker. His books examine Jungian psychology, postmodern culture and film and include two edited volumes titled Jung and Film Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. His own films have been premiered in London, Barcelona and Montreal. His latest book Visible Mind. Movies, modernity and the unconscious was published by Routledge in 2013.

Alexandrina Hemsley & Jamila Johnson-Small are a collaborative duo of dance makers and thinkers under the name of Project O. Their choreographic concerns are not only about craftsmanship and technical composition but engaging with and questioning the aesthetic and socio-economic environment they are placed in. Their recent work O comments on the general fallout from being black, mixed and female. Other collaborative projects include BYBG (Be Your Black Girlfriend). Their book, A Contemporary Struggle has been recently published by Live Art Development Agency. Both Alexandrina and Jamila often work collectively. Groups they have either founded or worked closely with are BELLYFLOP Magazine, Hiru Dance Organisation, immigrants and animals and The Shrinking Violets.

Christopher Matthews lives and works in London. Currently, he is a CreativeWorks London Entrepeneur in Residence with Roehampton University. His video and performance works have been presented at LimaZulu Project Space, Arbeit Gallery, ]Performance Space[, Lingering Whispers exhibition and Off-Loop Barcelona. Christopher was an emerging dance artist in residence at the Southbank Centre in 2011 and that same year was awarded a Wild Card residency in Croatia by Jardin D’Europe.

Hamish MacPherson is a choreographer and performer who works with movement, words and pictures to make performances, interventions, workshops and other things.

Nina Power is a British philosopher, writer, journalist and academic. A Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Roehampton University, she is the co-editor of Alain Badiou's On Beckett (Clinamen), and the author of several articles on European philosophy, atomism, pedagogy, art and politics. Author of One-Dimensional Woman published in 2009 by Zero Books, Nina also writes for several magazines, including New Statesman, New Humanist, Cabinet, Radical Philosophy and The Philosophers' Magazine.

Eleanor Sikorski is a dance artist based in London whose solo work is performed in both theatrical and social contexts, spanning dance, cabaret and comedy. Current projects (2014) include Eleanor&Alberto with sound artist Alberto Ruiz Soler, a new performance collaboration with Flora Wellesley Wesley and her continued exploitation of GarageBand for the sake of love. Eleanor is also a member of BELLYFLOP Magazine and works as a dancer for choreographers Eva Recacha, Alexandre Achour and Seke Chimutengwende.

Eti Wade is a visual and performance artist whose practice is identified as ‘mother-art’. She has three boys and has been making work about motherhood since the birth of her second son in 2000. The main thrust propelling and informing her creative practice is the experience of motherhood, and her practice is an investigation of the limits of maternal subjectivity expressed through photography and video.  She regularly publishes and lectures about the maternal gaze in contemporary art. She is a Senior Lecturer in Photography at UWL.

Sophia Wallace is an American conceptual artist and photographer. Through the use of images, video and mixed media, she explores alterity. Wallace’s focus is how otherness is constructed visually on the gendered, sexualised, racialised body. Wallace has presented her work in major exhibitions in the U.S. and abroad, including Kunsthalle Wien Museum, Art Basel Miami, Scope NY, Taschen Gallery and Aperture Gallery among others. Recently, Wallace received critical acclaim and viral exposure for "CLITERACY", a project addressing citizenship and body sovereignty using the medium of text-based objects, unauthorised street installation and interactive sculptural forms.


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