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MC Coble is a non binary trans artist, activist and educator working with live art and multimedia installations. They aim to manifest problems of bodily, societal and symbolic navigation particularly focusing on issues of social injustice and normative boundaries. Recurrent themes in Coble’s practice revolve around queer feminists politics, play, failure and intersectional activism. Often working site-specifically, research-based and collectively, engagement with artistic practices and interventions within and outside of established institutions and the use of activist strategies are integral to Coble’s ways of working.

Kjell Caminha is an artist from Brazil, based in Sweden. He works with specific focus on the development of curatorial strategies as means for furthering decolonial dialogue - an orientation informing both his artistic practice and pedagogical work. Recently he's started to investigate how decolonial practice may find potential social impact in curating and organizational modes.

Andreas Engman is an artist and educator working and living in Gothenburg, Sweden. Engman’s artistic practice is, through a conceptual approach, invested in different modes of institutional critique and alternative pedagogical frameworks, which often takes the shape of installations, performances and discursive events. Turning towards the performative and the corporeal he’s recently interested in the politics of emotions and how expanded notions of institutional critique can be formed by explicitly using affective strategies.

With a background in feminist theology, music and radio, Jeuno JE Kim’s artistic practice and research has focused on the realm of sound, performance, video, and text. Her peripatetic interest has an inter-disciplinary framework, by mixing disparate methods and cultural
cannons, by problematizing the narratives between fiction and reality, and by blending historical "facts" with speculation about current movements. Her work is influenced by the ongoing modernization and westernization in Korea and the Pacific East region, and the urgency of the political, sociological, and cultural issues that permeate this reality such as nationalism, identity construction, and historical narration. Kim’s projects are continuous inquiries into artistic responsibility and the use of art as a space for research and a public arena for a communal and meaningful exchange.



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