Morena Barra


born in Naples in 1991, grew up in Eastern Switzerland, where she lives until now. Since 2012 she has been travelling with her cameras in the documentary and artistic field. She deals with socio-cultural and socio-political, feminist, erotic as well as existential themes. The focus of her artistic work is the contrasts in our social structures and human existence. Norm and abnormal, real and surreal, pleasure and pain, life and death. She is interested in letting seemingly ambivalent things flow into each other and finding out where the boundaries are, whether there are any at all and what lies in between.



Sami Cutrona


is a multidisciplinary artist working in sculpture, photography, and related media. Based in San Francisco, with an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. Cutrona’s work is shaped by the locus and limits of their queer experience.



Andrew Boylan


is a songwriter based in Boston, MA. In 2018 he toured the US selling merch for WHY?. In 2019 he played guitar for singer-songwriter Tomberlin, performing at festivals such as Primavera Sound and appearing on NPR’s Tiny Desk. He investigates musical practices that operate outside of commercial consolidation, and explores how musical forms are shaped by quotidian social fabrics.