Camilla Graff Junior is a Danish performance artist. Her projects are situated in the intersections between visual art, creative writing, narrative, feminist theory, archive and affect. Over the past twenty years she has conceived a number of solo and collaborative performances that have been performed in Europe, Africa, South America and the United States. She graduated in performance studies and holds a double Master's degree from Université la Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris and from the University of Copenhagen.
Born in 1957 in Leipzig, Christian has a skilled worker qualification as a wood turner and a M.A. graduation in Theatre Sciences and Sociology. But since 1988 he works as a freelance author of plays both for radio and stage. In the last few years he especially wrote radio dramas about themes of globalization, usually in the form of fictional stories with a real background. Christian also published some books with plays and radio dramas and with travel stories.
Michael Kjær (born 1975) Michael is educated as art historian. His research focuses on how to navigate as humans in our world today. A world where human agency is being redefined. On a micro-level artificial intelligence is overriding human descicion processes and on a macro-level, climate changes indicate most violently that we are part of an ecological whole. He is doing research on the impact of 1600th century cartography and visuality on todays still human-centered visuality.
“argh.” is a cooperation between the visual artists Alexandra Anagnostopoulou, Elektra Stampoulou and Mary Thivaiou. The group (originally formed in 2016) is based in Athens and is interested in researching matters regarding notions of space, procedure, experience and interaction, paying particular attention to the dynamics that develop between the urban public space and the individual and questions that stem from these matters. The work of the group draws both from contemporary social reality and theory. It includes a rather extensive part of research, while the materials and the practices used may include installations with texts, sculptural objects, visual notes, printed material, video projections, events, performances, etc.