Jeremy Hutchison (b.1979) is a British artist based in London. Working across performance, sculpture, text and video he intervenes in systems of production and consumption, perverting norms to produce crisis and absurdity. His institutional shows include the ICA, Modern Art Oxford, V&A, Z33, Prada Foundation, EVA Biennale, Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, SPACE, Raw Material Company, Southbank Centre and Jerwood Space. He has completed residencies with Delfina Foundation, Arts Catalyst, Raw Material Company and Hospitalfield. He received a distinction from the Slade School of Fine Art and was a member of the Whitney Museum Studio program. He is the founder of Kunsthallo - a project space in London.

Evelyn Simons (b.1989) is a Belgian curator and writer based between Brussels, Belgium and Castelbuono, Sicily. Her activities centre around social practice, in-situ art production and the mediation of contemporary art in public space. She runs the visual arts and performance programming at Horst Arts & Music - an initiative blending art and electronic music on an abandoned military site in Brussels. She programs the artists-in-residence for the Fondation CAB Bruxelles and Saint-Paul-de-Vence, and acts as curator for the Collective Ballon Rouge. As a freelance curator, she is laureate of the Curate Award by Fondazione Prada & Qatar Museums (2014), for which she curated Driftwood, or how we surfaced through currents (2017) in Athens. As a second chapter with Fondazione Prada, she commissioned Jeremy Hutchison for a participatory solo project in Greece, resulting in The Never Never.

Nova Melancholia has been active in theatrical and visual arts performance since 2007. The collective follows non-linear narratives and open dramaturgies, using poetry, essays and other non-theatre literature as material for its work. The aesthetic strategies often include camp and/or gender identities as means of queering the viewers’ experience of the work. Performances have been presented in Athens Festival, Onassis Stegi, Greek Opera House, the Athens Biennial, Santarcangelo Festival, BIOS, Panta Théâtre, UM Gallery, Lofft, Societaetstheater, Fivizzano 27, Teatro Rasi, Festival Primavera dei Teatri. The feature film The Lair co-produced with the Greek Film Centre premiered at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival 2019.

Dani Pujalte (b.1985) is a Spanish photographer based in Barcelona. Having trained in law and photography in Barcelona and Paris, his practice collapses the political with the personal, exploring socio-cultural issues through the study of ambiguous landscapes. His personal work has garnered international attention, leading to collaborations with fashion brands such as Stella McCartney, Adidas, Converse and Levi’s, among others. In 2016 he won the Fotopres la Caixa prize, which led to the publication of his first book, Good Luck with the Future, a collaboration with Rita Puig-Serra. He recently launched his second book entitled Prai$e the Lord, published by Witty Books (Turin).