Heehyun Choi is a moving image artist in Los Angeles, California and Seoul, South Korea. Choi’s works are grounded on the interest in discussing cinema from a structuralist viewpoint and exploring the materiality and virtuality of image.
Emily Pelstring is faculty and Undergraduate Chair in the Department of Film and Media, Queen’s University. She creates experimental animations for screen, installation, and performance contexts, often bringing vintage technologies of representation into dialogue with contemporary imagery. Recent collaborative research projects include the Sistership TV live-streamed series and The Witch Institute symposium.
Serena Lee's practice stems from a fascination with polyphony as a way of mapping how things come together and apart. She plays with movement, language, cinema, textures, space, and voice, tracing embodied knowledge through aesthetic, martial, and sonic practices. Ongoing collective study includes collaborating with Christina Battle as SHATTERED MOON ALLIANCE, a DIY framework for sci-fi world-building; and with Read-in, collectively researching political, embodied, and situated practices of reading. Born and raised in Tkáron:to/Toronto, Serena is currently based in Vienna where she is doing a PhD at the Akademie der bildenden künste Wien (AT); she practices close to home and internationally.
Syd Farrington is an artist and filmmaker working with celluloid. He is self-taught, often hand processing himself. He is interested in playing with our expectations of both the fictional narrative film as well as artists’ moving image, applying themes of nature, geography, intimacy and isolation.
Márcio Cruz (b. 1978) is a filmmaker based in France. Márcio uses new digital media technologies and the sonic to challenge "Western" notions of time and agitate the liveness of the Black media archive in its multiple forms. He deploys different forms of Black futurities and new digital media technologies on the creation of the Black music essay. Márcio holds a Masters in Digital Media Technology at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Chelsea Phillips-Carr is a self-taught filmmaker with a background in Cinema Studies.
Anna Hawkins is an artist working primarily in moving image and installation currently based on Treaty 6 Territory ᐊᒥᐢᑿᒌᐚᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ (Amiskwacîwâskahikan), Edmonton, AB. Her work centres around the ways that images, gestures, and language are circulated and transformed online, as well as the impact of technology on the intimate spheres of daily life.