Alexandre Achour works in the field of contemporary arts and disability arts. It has been an on-going practice to re-evaluate his personal experiences of racism, and cultural assimilation. In his artistic practice, he addresses eurocentrism and ableism in dance by implementing de-centered models of work based on principles of solidarity.
Angela Alves is a performer, artist, activist, researcher and mother. After some years of struggle, she found comfort in the mode and art of unavailability and unpredictability. The question of how to handle an unavailable and unpredictable body she transfers back to the dance itself by using its conditionality as a choreographic tool box.
Diana Anselmo is an artist and activist for anti-ableism and intersectional trans-queer feminism. They study theatre and performing arts at IUAV University in Venice. Diana Anselmo is also a vice president and co-founder of Al.Di.Qua Artists.
Saša Asentić is a choreographer and cultural worker. He was born in former Yugoslavia. After being a victim of homophobic and xenophobic violence and fundamentally disagreeing with the corruption in public sector in Serbia, as well as right-wing renaissance, he moved to Germany. His artistic practice is based on the principles of solidarity and resistance against cultural oppression and indoctrination.
Marko Bašica is a singer and performer with interest in traditional and popular music of different origins. He is a member of Per.Art group of disabled and non-disabled artists.
Rita Mazza is a deaf queer freelance artist working as an artistic director and performer on visual sign performances. Rita Mazza is also the artistic director of Festival del Silenzio, an international performing arts event focused on sign language and deaf arts. Rita Mazza speaks Italian Sign Language fluently as well as German, French and International Sign.
Auro Orso is an artist of Austrian-Mexican descent whose experience of being racialized and trans are part ofhis artistic research on decolonizing practices within spirituality and gender-riots. His performances include a spectrum of topics ranging from food and spirituality to genderless worlds.
Perel is an interdisciplinary artist whose work is centered on disability and queerness as they relate to care, consent, sexuality, and personal and historic trauma. Their work includes performance, installation, criticism and curatorial projects. They often use collaboration as a platform for the exchange of disciplines, working methods and discourses with other choreographers, composers and visual artists.
Dalibor Šandor is a performer and member of Per.Art group of disabled and non-disabled artists. He is interested in video games, fantasy and horror genres, self-advocacy and in reflecting on the social reality of disabled people. He actively speaks in public events, television, radio, as well as on internet about his artistic work and Per.Art.