Barbora Racevičiūtė grew up in Vilnius and Montréal. She lived in Toronto for a decade and has recently relocated back to Montréal. She earned a Bachelor's degree from the University of Toronto and an MFA from the Ontario College of Art and Design. She is an independent curator and cultural worker, and has worked as an arts administrator at the8fest, Images Festival, and Workman Arts. She co-runs the curatorial collective shell.
Marilyne is a cultural worker involved in the associative media arts and interdisciplinary arts communities. She completed a Bachelor's degree in Cultural Animation and Research at the Faculty of Communication at UQAM. She is also committed to the development of good practices and the creation of safer spaces through her involvement in night culture as an event and festival organizer. Composer/performer in electronic music, she had the chance to perform at the 2020 edition of the Festival de musique émergente en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (FME) with her collective Tekon Acid Crew.
Yuko Fedrau is a contemporary art historian and cultural worker interested in bridging gaps between academic and artistic discourse. Their research focuses on emerging trends of techno-utopianism and ethnofuturisms in contemporary art. They attended Emily Carr University of Art + Design and the University of British Columbia for their undergraduate, and are currently completing an MA in Art History at McGill University.
Benjamin J. Allard is an artist and teacher. Working between site-specific installations, interactive structures and curatorial projects, Allard investigates archival documents with an interest for historiography, institutional contexts and the political dimension of our personal life. He completed an MFA in Visual Arts at the University of British Columbia and a BA in Communication Studies at Concordia University.
Lindsey Wilson is a multidisciplinary artist. Her work engages with themes of embodiment, queerness, and interconnectivity at the intersection of craft, art, and science. Lindsey completed an MFA at the University of Ottawa and a BFA with a minor in Gender Studies at Queen's University.
Raz is a non-binary desi witch dedicated to undoing the harms of profit-driven hierarchies through love, play, and radical sadness. They are at their best when connecting people, technology, and nature to build resilient, self-directed communities of care.
Naimah is a visual artist and researcher. They completed their BFA at Concordia University and is an upcoming MFA candidate at Emily Carr University. Their most recent projects touch on topics such as fiction emerging from intergenerational storytelling and cultural identity examined through commonplace domestic objects. The anecdotal often serves as an impetus for examining wider social issues in their practice as both a visual artist and a researcher.