ALESSANDRIA DI NARDO (Montréal – Canada, 1989) is a concert performer and piano teacher. Graduated in piano when she was eighteen with Luba Zuk, she enrolled in the Faculty of music at the University McGill. In 2012 she moved to Florence in order to study piano with Giuseppe Fricelli at the Conservatorio di Musica Statale “Luigi Cherubini” where in 2015 she finished her studies gaining the Diploma Accademico of II level. In Italy, Di Nardo has taken part in several national contests, collecting remarkable results and special prizes as solo player and chamber musician. She played as solo player, with orchestras and as a chamber musician in important concerts and festivals in Italy, England, France, Malta, Hungary, Denmark and Czech Republic. In addition to her activity as a player, she teaches at the Scuola di Musica of Scandicci run by the Accademia Musicale of Florence.

BLAUER HASE (Venice, 2007) is an artistic collective founded by Mario Ciaramitaro, Riccardo Giacconi, Giulia Marzin and Daniele Zoico with the aim to propose experimental art forms of production and fruition. Among its projects there are: Helicotrema. Recorded Audio Festival realized in collaboration with Giulia Morucchio and Paesaggio, a periodic publication focusing on the landscape that gathers different written contributions by international artists.

GIACOMO RAFFAELLI (Rovereto, 1988) is a visual artist. He studied at Camberwell College of Arts in London. Since 2013 he has exhibited works both in Italy and abroad in art spaces such as Camberwell Space (London), “untitled” BCN (Barcelona), Galleria Civica of Trento and Viafarini DOCVA (Milan). Moreover, he presented films and performances at Mart - Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea of Trento and Rovereto, South London Gallery (London), L.E.S. - Local Experimental Society, (Almaty, Kazakistan), Centrale Fies (Trento), Villa Romana (Florence) and Hotel Pro Forma (Copenhagen).

THOMAS KÖNER (Germany, 1965) is a multimedia artist whose work is mainly focussed on the realization of installations, music performances, video and photos. Winner of many prizes and international rewards such as the Golden Nica of Prix Ars Electronica (Linz), Transmediale Award (Berlin), Tiger Club Award at the international Film Festival of Rotterdam, Best Young Artist ARCO (Madrid); Thomas Köner produced commissioned sound works for the Auditorium du Musée du Louvre, for the Musée d’Orsay and for the Centre Pompidou. His works are included in the collections of some of the most important museum of the world like Centre Pompidou in Paris and Musée d’art contemporain in Montréal. In 2012 Thomas Köner has been nominated for the prestigious Nam June Paik Prix.