Sarvenaz Mostofey

is an Iranian sound artist based in Berlin. Her projects incorporate space as an active attribute in the process of creating art, exploring interconnections between modes of sonic attention and concepts of space. She was a fellow at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in 2020. Currently she is a year-long resident of Slavs and Tatars.

Daniella Domingues

is a Brazilian artist and graphic designer working with a wide range of media. Through video, sculpture, drawing, writing, photography and publications Daniella investigates human relation with time and its materiality, often linked to the territory and its flows. Her works have been shown in exhibitions in Brazil and abroad. In 2014, she was an artist in residence at Paradise AiR, Matsudo-shi, Japan. In 2017, Daniella was awarded the Illy Caffè Grant for the UNIDEE Program at Cittadellarte / Fondazione Pistoletto, Biella, Italy.

Guilherme Lessa

is a writer, editor, playwright, screenwriter, and translator from Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Born in 1978, his works include plays, films and a series about youth, sexuality, and social frailty in Brazilian suburbs. Creative and content consultant for museums such as the Inhotim Institute in Brumadinho, the Museum of the Inconfidence in Ouro Preto, and the Liturgy Museum in Tiradentes, Lessa also works with interactive storytelling, 3D/video mapping, and video scenography.

Krzysztof Gutfrański

is curator, editor, and researcher. His contextual research practice pivots on issues of social engagement, alternative education, theory of value, and non-functional thinking in the era of systemic and technological transformations. Between 2016-2020 he was editor-in-chief of Obieg magazine published by CCA Ujazdowski from Warsaw. Currently he is a resident of Slavs & Tatars within the Fellowship Program “Weltoffenes Berlin” offered by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.