Janine El Khawand is a cultural organizer, illustrator, educator & activist based in Beirut, Lebanon. She is the co-founder of Space27- a feminist artist-run space & collaborative work studio that aims to challenge who gets to have a voice in the art world, working towards a more diverse and inclusive art scene.
Amia Megumi Yokoyama is a multi-media artist who works with experimental animation, video, sculpture, performance, and installation.
Catalina Jordan Alvarez work has screened at over forty festivals, including: Slamdance Film Festival; the Los Angeles Film Festival; the New Orleans Film Festival; Rooftop Films Summer Series: Fantastic Fest (winner Best Picture); Oxford Film Festival (winner Best New Media); and Edinburgh Short Film Festival (winner Best Film) and etc.
Kalon Hayward regularly collaborates with renowned theatre artist in the New York City area. As an actor, singer, performance artist he has performed throughout the United States, Africa, and Europe.
Ryan Clayton is an interdisciplinary visual artist based in Tiohtià:ke/Montreal. Clayton fashions technology which continuously reshapes and morphs both hisself and the worlds in which he finds himself.
Wieteke Heldens is based in The Hague and New York. She makes obsessive drawings and paintings that employ mathematical formulas as the starting point but channel feelings, thoughts and emotions. She is represented by Borzo Gallery in Amsterdam, Hans & Fritz contemporary in Barcelona and O-68 gallery in Velp.
Pallavi Sen works with installation, printmaking, textiles, Instagram, and intuitive movement. Current interests include inner lives of birds and animals, South Asian costumes, cooking deliberately and . . .
Amir Badawi works primarily in sculpture, drawing, and painting. His artwork centers on themes of tension, play, and the spaces of uncertainty that pervade the personal, social, and metaphysical realms.
Poyen Wang's practice primarily takes the form of video and installation, exploring the themes of migration, subjectivity and time.
llesha Khandelwal lives and works in both Brooklyn, USA and Mumbai, India. Her work suggests a kind of psychology of geography – in the way the absence of a place becomes a presence, and suggesting what this may look like in the multiverse.