VanTa is a parametric designer. He works with artists and designers to materialize creative visions into astounding real-time visuals and physical installations. Originally from Cordoba, he studied Environmental Sciences in Granada, then moved to Berlin, where he is currently based.
Jemma Woolmore’s art practice explores the spatial and emotional possibilities of light, sound and image in immersive and performative environments.
She crafts abstract worlds that fluctuate ambiguously in scale between the micro and macro, responding intuitively with sound and environment and blurring the boundaries between real and virtual. Her practice explores the possibilities for storytelling and world-building using audio-visual performance and immersive installation. She is a New Zealand artist who is based in Berlin.
Nayeli Vega is a designer and artist. Her work is a hybrid practice in physical and digital space that focuses on re-examining the role and function of technology in discussing ecological and social issues of the past, present, and future. She holds a master's degree in textile and surface design from weißensee school of art and design berlin. Vega is co-founder and member of Lacuna Lab e.V., an international artist* collective in Berlin-Kreuzberg that brings together a wide range of projects at the intersection of art and technology. In 2021, she is supported by the Elsa Neumann Scholarship of the State of Berlin.
Mickey van Olst is a Dutch artist based in Berlin operating with a variety of media often involving experimentation through technology. His work is driven by a somewhat naive curiosity for electronics, programming, and design paired with the need for communication through unlikely and unwieldy formats.
By placing a strong focus on conceptual thinking forged with a dynamic understanding of design and hands-on technical knowledge, Mickey works on interactive art installations, prototyping, and computer-generated visuals.
Maxime Le Calvé is an anthropologist and a curator. He is currently employed as a Research Associate at the Cluster of Excellence »Matters of Activities«. In his latest projects, he is exploring haptic creativities in image-guided neurosurgery and virtual reality experience design. He holds a PhD in social anthropology and theater studies from EHESS Paris and FU Berlin. He is currently teaching multimodal ethnographic methods at HU Berlin and investigative writing at the Open Design Master (HU Berlin & Uni. Buenos Aires). Maxime is a member of Object Space Agency and project leader of Cutting.
Yoonha Kim is an anthropologist interested in how people imagine the future and take action. She studied Fashion Design at Central Saint Martins in London and Visual and Media Anthropology at the Freie Universität Berlin. At MoA, within the project Object Space Agency, she is looking into traditional Korean clothing – the ›Hanbok‹ – as an active matter and how the East Asian ontology embedded in the garment can trigger divergent ways of how digital objects exist.