Wiebke Groesch and Frank Metzger are artists who live in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and work collaboratively. Originally focused on sculpture, their work has expanded into installations for both public spaces and galleries and which include site-specific performances, objects, photography, and text. Their work focuses on socio-cultural and urban issues, examining the traces left by events, utopian ideas, and power relations, and how these change their dynamics and meanings over time. Groesch and Metzger regularly participate in international exhibitions and teach at architecture and art colleges.
Alexander Heim-Riether is a Milan-based scientist working as a medicinal chemist in drug discovery. He received his Ph.D. from the Technical University in Berlin, conducted research as a postdoctoral fellow in the chemistry department of Columbia University, and joined the pharmaceutical industry, first a biotech company in Princeton and later a global company with research departments in the US and Europe.
Oliver Husain is a filmmaker and artist based in Toronto. His work has been shown internationally including MOCA Cleveland, and ICA Philadelphia, USA; Susan Hobbs Gallery, Nuit Blanche, and Onsite OCADU, Toronto. His films won awards at Lichter Festival Frankfurt and Short Film Festival Oberhausen. A retrospective of his films and videos was screened at Experimenta Festival, Bangalore.
Sebastian Loewe recently finished a PhD program at the Department of German Literature / Working Group Mass Phenomena at the Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg. He’s an art critic and activist from Berlin, Germany. He occasionally serves as a visiting lecturer at the University of Art and Design Halle.