Julia Vergazova is an artist and curator. She graduated from Cologne Academy of Media Arts and Moscow Rodchenko Art School. Area of her interest includes redefinition of distances between biology and technology, natural and synthetic intelligence. Julia is focused on research in the context of mutating, accelerating reality. She is curious about borderline bodies, cyber organisms and revisiting concepts of human and non-human, sensual and machine, and our relations with the environment.
Liliia Akivenson is a sound researcher, lecturer of SRI (Scientific Research Institute) of Noise and regular seminar «Sound in the Field», graduate of IEA RAS (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology of the Russian Academy of Sciences). Area of her scientific interests include: thanatological practices, sound studies, deep listening.
Evgenii Savenko works with sound since 1996. He is a curator and moderator of noise scenes on various festival venues since 2005. As an artist (aliases: Lunar Abyss Deus Organum/Mykoriza/Hattifnatter/Боевые Цикады) participates in festivals of varying scale, such as SKIF, Electromechanica, Space of Joy.
Alla Mitrofanova is a philosopher, one of the founders of the cyberfeminist movement, curator of the Philosophical Cafe, organizer of the translation seminar of Karen Barad's book "Meeting the Universe Halfway: Quantum Physics and the Entanglement of Matter and Meaning"