AMA//MIZU is a feeling, a moment of uncertainty. Inspired by the escapist rhythm of electronic music and the vivid narratives of folk, between the loud flicker of a light and the overarching silence.
Bison Rouge takes listeners onto distant journeys of electronic, pulsating, multi-layered orchestral pieces and then deconstructs them down into ambient, classical, and familiar nostalgic songs. Her style embraces spacious ambience, AI-generated beats, and lush strings scored around her captivating voice and expressive cello playing. Read more...
Christian Augusts work consists in capturing urban changes on canvas. What surrounds him, what he discovers in cityscapes, merges into his paintings. The grey of the house facades is his ground on which the compositions develop processually. Read more...
Eloïse was born in Toulouse, France. She trained locally before moving to Munich to train with the Ballett-Akademie Hochschule für Musik und Theater München.Read more...
Eoin Robinson began his dance training in Massachusetts at The Gold School. At the age of 14, Eoin entered Interlochen Arts Academy where he graduated in 2013, a year early, with academic and artistic honors.
Junokill loves the wild and untamed. Crisp vocal melodies and radiant synth layers meet edgy beats and mischievous bass lines. Read more...
Filipa born in Faro, and from an early age her passion for dance and art gave signs. It was at the school of the ‘Companhia de Dança de Algarve’, at the age of 4, that she started. Later, she frequented the two last years of the dance course at the National Conservatory in Lisbon.
Lena Brasch (*1993 in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg) ist eine deutsche Autorin und Regisseurin. Sie arbeitete von 2009 bis 2019 als Regieassistentin, Dramaturgieassistentin und Regisseurin unter anderem an der Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, dem Berliner Ensemble und dem Deutschen Theater Berlin.
Olaf Kollmannsperger comes from Spain,
started dancing at the age of 8 and completed the Royal Professional Conservatory of Dance in Madrid 10 years after. Read more...
Sinta Werner's art plays with the relationship between two- and three-dimensionality, reality and image, physical presence and projection, and the intermeshing of virtual and real space.