Remco Schuurbiers is an independent curator and multidisciplinary artist (photography, video, installations, A / V production). He studied photography at the Royal Academy of Art and Art Science at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, the Netherlands. He is co-director of the CTM, the Berlin festival of music and visual arts since 1999, and director of the program of theTodaysArt Festival in The Hague, the Netherlands, since 2007.
Luís Fernandes is a musician, sound artist and curator based in Braga, Portugal. He has collaborated with a wide range of artists, including international key figures in experimentation such as Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Rhys Chatham and Toshimaru Nakamura. He is also the artistic director of the electronic music and digital art festival Semibreve since 2011 and of the gnration art space since 2014.
Francesco Dobrovich is a professor at the European Institute of Design (IED), specializing in urban culture, art and music. Francesco Dobrovich is art director at Videocittà, an open and innovative platform capable of discovering and making known the transformative reality of moving images and promoting excellence in the audiovisual productive and occupational sector. With only two editions in Rome, Videocittà offers a visionary look that attracts a wide and heterogeneous audience to the various disciplines and expressions of the moving image through projections, performances, educational and informative talks, virtual reality, video mapping and video art.