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Feel invited to create a new, trans-territorial horizon of cultural imagination with us.

Alison Darby


Alison Darby is a British-Luxembourg artist who lives and works in  Berlin. Her installations explore surfaces, urban archaeologies and  territories that bear traces of human activity. Using forms and  materials, she questions what is fundamental and formative to this  society, and what patterns and mechanisms lie beneath the surface.

Anett Simon


Anett Simon lives and works in Groß Kiesow, near Greifswald. The theme of her work is the human being and its relationships within and to its environment. Her works are an attempt to enable a different way of seeing and recognizing this interconnectedness. To this end, she consistently explores the specific aesthetic properties of materials and techniques.

Camila Marambio


Camila Marambio is a transdisciplinary curator, storyteller, and private investigator. Her writing, research, and various projects traverse the fields of environmental humanities, decolonial nature conservation, contemporary art, and performance studies. In 2010, she founded Ensayos in partnership with the Wildlife Conservation Society of Chile. Ensayos is a collective research practice that brings together artists, scientists, and activists to conceptualize long-term, process-based projects focused on eco-cultural conservation work in Tierra del Fuego and other archipelagos. Since 2011, she has been experimenting with performance, creating solo and collaborative pieces dealing mostly with human and non-human health.

Carla Macchiavello

Art Historian

Carla Macchiavello is an art historian and educator, whose research centers on Latin American contemporary art with a decolonial approach; networks of solidarity and resistance; and art practices and experimental pedagogies aimed at social and environmental change. Since 2014, Carla is part of the editorial duo CM2 with Camila Marambio, co-editing the periodical Más allá del fin/Beyond the End for Ensayos.

Christy Gast


Christy Gast is an artist whose cross-media work is based on extensive research and visits to places she considers “contested landscapes”. Since 2010, she has been working with Ensayos, a collective research project that deals with questions of political ecology in Tierra del Fuego and other archipelagos.

Jasmina Al-Qaisi

Artist and poet

Jasmina Al-Qaisi is a poet who writes for voice and paper, articulates and performs language with sound, food or care practices towards uncontainable forms of literature. When writing with sound, Jasmina shape-shifts in inexistant institutional forms, invents jobs, engages in human and more than human relations and broadcasts temporarily or mobile on free and public radios.

Juliane Tübke


Juliane Tübke lives and works in Berlin. In her artistic practice,  she delves into how we perceive and value nature in urban settings. She is currently exploring the sensory interaction between water, weather, and both human and more-than-human beings through various media.

Karolin Tampere

Artist and curator

Karolin Tampere is an artist and curator based in Romsa/Tromsø, Sápmi.  She has a particular interest in collaborative and socially engaged  practices, sound and listening. Since 2004 she has regularly contributed  to Sørfinnset skole/the nord land and together with Åse Løvgren the  ongoing collaboration Rakett begun in 2003. Karolin is since 2011 part  of Ensayos and is currently a PhD Research fellow at Tromsø Art Academy,  UiT - The Arctic University of Norway and Faculty of Fine Art,  University of Bergen. Tampere is part of the research group Worlding  Northern Art (WONA) at the Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and  Education at UiT - The Arctic University of Norway.

Lene Schwarz


Lene Schwarz, freelance painter, lives and works in and around Greifswald. She studied at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen and the Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle (Saale) and translates nature, landscape, village and urban forms into watercolor – preferably en plein air. By the means of her paintings she investigates the sublime and non-visible within the ordinary. 

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Siljarosa Schletterer


Siljarosa Schletterer lives and works in Tyrol. She focuses on the interplay between society, nature and language, as well as the communication of (contemporary) poetry. In “azur ton nähe - flussdiktate” (published by Limbus Lyrik in 2022), she directs her attention to the socio-ecological weight of bodies of water.

Yolanda Morales


Yolanda Morales, born in Chiapas Mexico, is a choreographer, dancer and performer. She trained in dance in Mexico and completed a Master’s degree in Performance Studies in Hamburg. Her projects in Hamburg have been developed with K3, Lichthof Theater and MARKK - Museum am Rothenbaum, among others. In her choreographic works she deals with imaginative bodies in utopian and dystopian spaces that are interwoven with current political and social realities.

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