Creator, Live experience design and direction, Performer
Jan Lee is a dance artist, musician and improviser. She has devised and choreographed for ensembles, site-specific improvisation scores, spoken word and sound poetry performance, improvised music for theatre and dance productions, and designed and performed installation-based work. Lee has shown work at places including Tate Modern, The Place, and Victoria & Albert Museum.
Creator, Code, Visuals
Tim Murray-Browne is an artist working with code, sound and visuals to create interactive installations and performances. It includes bespoke musical ensembles exhibited for the audience to play, etherial visual landscapes created by the movements of a dancer. Presently, he is an associate artist at Music Hackspace based in Somerset House Studios, London.
Fabiola Santana (PT/UK) is a dance artist and workshop facilitator. Her ongoing practice combines classical and contemporary dance with actor’s training, voice work, immersive theatre, and Butoh, as well as collaborations including with photographic artist Diego Ferrari. Her performance credits include Lady Vendredi (MAS Productions), Triptych (Mara Vivas) and Hotel Medea (ZU-UK). She is currently developing her first solo work Houses of Decay.
Tadeo Sendon is an artist and independent arts producer involved in a wide range of cross disciplinary collaboration, interactive and group-working projects. Using different mediums and formats to realise conceptual ideas connected through common narratives, his work examines new technologies, sound and explores into the future and the non-empirical realities. He co-directs the London Music Hackspace.
Neus Gil Cortés is a dramaturg and choreographer. Previously a dancer in companies such as Hofesh Shechter and NDCWales, her work has been staged in Holland, Spain and UK. She works as a dramaturg with choreographers Eran Gisin, Feet Off the Ground, and Richard Chappell and is being mentored by Lou Cope through the program COLLABORATE (South East Dance & Jerwood Charitable Foundation).
Ciarán Grogan is an Australian architect, artist and designer. He studied both Fine Art and Architecture in Melbourne, Australian and gained his Architectural registration in 2005. He has worked with leading design practices in Melbourne, Singapore, Sri Lanka, London and Switzerland. He has a diverse artistic practice as well as a passion for furniture design and fabrication. He has worked with renowned Engineer Cecil Balmond OBE in London. Presently, he is an Architect at the Pritzer Prize winning Practice Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland.
Megan Sands is an industrial designer. She graduated in Industrial Design from the National College of Art and Design in Dublin with First Class honours. With a keen interest in space and interactive experiences, she moved to London in 2016 to immerse herself in the London design community. Currently, she work as a design technologist for a London based pharmaceutical firm.
Daniel Lopez is a programmer with a long time interest in music, games and the interplay between them. In 2013 as part of The Cave of Sounds, he created The Animal Kingdom, an instrument with an original computer vision algorithm that transformed hand shadows into music.