Olga Skvorzova

Choreographer, director, actress, performer. Founder of the performative theater Skvo’s Dance Company. Participant of numerous international theater and dance festivals.

Mila Klinzova

Documentary filmmaker. Studied journalism for television and radio at the Belarusia State University in Minsk. In 2008 she received the 1st prize for documentary film of the 9th International Film Festival “Together” in Yalta and in 2009 the National Television Prize of Belarus.


Anna Karpenko

Coordinator of the program face art – face future in Minsk. Philosophy and Sociology studies (Master). Researches in the field of contemporary Belarusian art. Works as an independent curator.

Sofia Sadovskaja

Art historian and curator. She studied at the Lomonosov Moscow State University. For many years she has led creative workshops for children and young adults and has published a book: The Art of the 20th Century in Belarus. The school of Vitebsk. For children.

Lena Hil

Designer and artist. She studied visual design at the European Humanities University in Vilnius and led numerous art workshops for children and adults


Uli Golub

Vvideo artist. Uli graduated from the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia. Took part in numerous international exhibitions: Versus, Pinchuk Art Center, Kiev; 5th Moscow International Biennial for Young Art, Moscow; Trans-people. State of insecurity, Yermilov Center, Kharkiv. Was nominated for Pinchuk Art Centre Prize 2018. Through her art, exploring the daily and updating the space through narration.


Yuriy Kruchak, Künstler

Aartist, co-founder of the group “Open Place”. Works at the interface of art and sociological studies. Participated in numerous international exhibitions: Gotong Royong, The Things we do together (Ujazdowski Castle Center for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Poland, 2017), Between Revolution and War (Skövde Art Museum, Sweden, 2016), Degree of dependence (Awangarda BWA Wrocław Gallery, Wroclaw, Poland, 2016), Integrative Mobilization (III Ural Industrial Biennials of Contemporary Art, Ekaterinburg, Urals, 2015), International Fair of Art Initiatives (SuperMarket 2015, Stockholm, Sweden, 2015). Finalist at Henkel Art.Award. 2011 (Vienna, Austria).


Ianina Prudenko

PhD in Philosophy. Coordinator of the program face art-face future in Kiev. She directs the master program “Curating (Contemporary Art)” at the National Pedagogical University M. P. Drahomanov (Kiev) and works as a freelance curator. Directs “DzigaMediaLab”. Founder and curator of the Open Archives of Ukrainian Media Art:


Olga Balashova

PhD in Philosophy. Representative of the Director of Business Development of the National Art Museum of Ukraine. Art historian, lecturer, she researches art of the XX century and holds public lectures. Co-editor of the book “Ukrainian Art in the 60s”.

St. Petersburg

Mascha Danzis

was born in 1972 in Leningrad, today St. Petersburg. She studied dramaturgy, film and animation at the Culture Academy St. Petersburg and from 2001 “Visual Communication” at the Kunsthochschule Kassel. She works as a video artist and conceptual photographer. In her art, she explores the impact of mass media culture on everyday life, feelings and interpersonal relationships. In her work, she often uses herself as a research object – many of her works are autobiographical.

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Asja Kopitschnikova

was born in 1981 in Germany. She graduated in 1998 from the Faculty of Psychology of the State Dschawing University in Tambov, in 2006 the Galperine Faculty of Photojournalism and in 2013 the Russian State University of Cinematography. As a photographer and cinematographer she worked for the photo agency “Interpress”, the cinema studio “Lenfilm” and the web news channel “nevex.tv”. Since 2011 she realizes different media projects in her own film production u. a .: “Upsala Circus”; Film project “Staja”, which has been invited to five international film festivals; “Ich-Pakitan”, international film inclusion project; “Selfie”, a youth art project for inclusion in the Museum of the History of Photography in St. Petersburg.


Ksenia Schafronenko

M.A. in Sociology at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow, has been working since 2015 at the Russian Centre of the Museum Pedagogy and Children’s Creativity (focus: Russian avant-garde and 20th century art). She completed the program “Open Studios” in the Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art. Participated in the Moscow International Biennale of Young Art «Стой! Кто идет?» (“Wait! Who’s coming?”). Studied at the art school in Lille, France.

Irina Sokolova

Ph.D., studied history and culture at the Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia. She works as a freelance curator, art mediator and coach in the field of dance therapy. She curated several times the “Biennial Celebration of Contemporary Art” in Saint-Petersburg. Heads the program “Visual Strategies in Museum” at the St. Petersburg State University.


Ariane Bethusy-Huc

b. 1977 in Hanover, studied ethnology and media theory and has worked since 2001 as a filmmaker and videographer. She draws her inspiration of representation from the study of ethnology, primarily visual anthropology.


Arne Lösekann

b. 1977 in Hamburg, is a freelance conceptual artist and curator of the Xpon-Art gallery in Hamburg. He presents his video works and installations in numerous exhibitions home and abroad.


Melina Castillo Morales

Born and raised in Mexico City. She studied social and cultural anthropology in Berlin. Since 2014 she has been working in the area (of development of polical education), in particular for FairBindung e.V. Berlin.


Maria Rojas Hernández

Is a freelance trainer in political education. Her topics are: Transformation in international context, awareness development for power structures and ideas for sustainable living. Since 2011 she works at FairBindung eV Berlin and conducts workshops, further education, project weeks and transition tours.