Dorota Welz studied piano in Krakow and Stuttgart where she lives. She works as piano teacher, choirmaster and coach.

Meike Katrin Stein studied music studies, composition and sound design. She works as a composer for film, theater and concerts.

Mierle Laderman Ukeles is a conceptual artist from New York. She created the term »Maintenance Art« and has worked continuously since the 1970s with the employes of the New York City Department of Sanitation. She currrently lives in Jerusalem (ISR).

Charlotte Arens is a curator and dramaturg from Mannheim. She has been working for Nationaltheater Mannheim and has curated several programs for zeitraumexit.

Lena, Stefan, Paloma and Vanessa met during their studies in the MFA program Public Art and New Artistic Strategies at the Bauhaus Universität Weimar. They collaborate in several projects and share a passion for bad jokes, bicycle tours and kimchi.

Vanessa Brazeau’s work implements socio-political themes into athletic frameworks apart from the art world. She is most interested in the simplification of complex ideas for the understanding and accessibility of the general public.

Lena Skrabs investigates the absurdity of the human species. Her work revolves around the performative aspect of everyday life with a focus on the subjects of work, leisure, play and their relationship to one another.

Paloma Sanchez-Palencia’s is a collector, a storyteller and an organizer. Promoting concepts of averageness is her declared aim and the celebratory possibilities of the ordinary are her main topics of research and practice.

Stefan Klein runs the independent publishing house VERLAK. He has experience with small-edition art book production, curation, formatting and layouts. In 2018, he was a fellow at the ZK/U in Berlin, researching on the implementation of quality standards through the Commons in (Art) Institutions.

Liyana Fuad, Nonay Yoanisarah and Lashita Situmorang are artists and feminist activists based in Yogyakarta (IDN). Their professional backgrounds lie in fashion design, culinary, health research, visual arts and crafts. They have participated in various exhibition projects and are part of the New-Media Artist Collective called House of Natural Fiber (HONF). For their collaborative exhibition project Translucent Power, they each produced research-based projects that involved different communities of women from different generations and that address issues such as taboos, politics, culture, gender and healthcare in Indonesia from a female perspective. Translucent Power was exhibited in September 2021 at Nandur Srawung in Yogyakarta in cooperation with HONF Foundation, Artpresso, Nandur Srawung (Taman Budaya Yogyakarta) & IIN - Inkubator Inisiatif.

Nona Yoanishara (Yogyakarta, 1992), graduated in philosophy and works as a fashion designer and artist. With her own label DYSEASE, she produces accessories and clothing that reflect her interest in the perspectives of her generation towards fashion and their frustrations with life. With “A Sewing Memoir” she shifts her focus and portraits an older generation and their perspective and struggles in the current pandemic situation.

Liyana Fuad is an artist, chef, entrepreneur, and citizen researcher based in Yogyakarta. Coming from the fields of medicine and gastronomy, she discovered art as the tool she wants to mediate the issues she is concerned with. In her work she combines her interdisciplinary backgrounds in culinary, health, human interrelations and art. With a focus on Gastronomy Art, she does community-involving projects that deal with current global and social issues.

Lashita Situmorang is an artist and activist who works and lives in Yogyakarta. Her artistic work is research based and features everyday social issues that are often taboo, simple and even forgotten in society. The most recent project she has initiated is Inkubator Inisiatif – a platform for sharing research in the contemporary arts.

Craig McCorquodale is an emerging artist based in Glasgow, working primarily with performance and live art. He thinks of performance as a kind of combat sport - visceral, capricious, something he doesn’t fully understand. Usually, he collaborates with professional and non-professional performers, working with their diverse experiences of life, to build a social sculpture founded on risk, complexity and new empathy. In 2020, Craig graduated in Contemporary Performance Practice from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. In 2021, he was awarded the Jerwood Arts Live Work Fund, and he has recently been supported by Battersea Arts Centre, British Council, La Teatrería and National Theatre of Scotland. He regularly collaborates with 21Common and Mammalian Diving Reflex and has toured nationally and internationally in these contexts. This is his first international commission.

Flannery O’kafka was born a small town scandal and raised on the banks of the Ohio River. A graduate of Fine Art Photography at Glasgow School of Art, O’kafka has exhibited internationally and contributed to various publications. Her first solo show “Thin Blood / Thick Water” was shown in 2018 at Stills Centre for Photography in Edinburgh. Three of her photographs have been acquired by City Art Centre in Edinburgh into their Scottish Photography collection. Her mostly lens-based work engages with themes of motherhood, religion, disability, comedy and suffering, with a focus on the family album. Working within the medium of amateur museums, 35mm snapshot photography, and liturgical call and response, she is often creating work that hangs somewhere between an emotional document and a fiction.

Omnispace was founded in 2015 and is an artist collective and art space in Bandung (IND). Omnispace understands itself as an alternative space for subcultural projects beyond genres and institutional boundaries. They regularly gather local artists from various disciplines for a joint exhibition project in an event series called “Getok Tular”. “Humming at Home” is the fourth edition of this series.

Grėtė Šmitaitė is a dancer and choreographer working and living between Berlin and Kaunas, where she was born. She studied “Dance. Context. Choreography” at HZT (Hochschulübergreifenden Zentrum Tanz)in Berlin and has worked internationally with choreographers such as Doris Uhlich, Min Tanaka and Ania Aristarkhova. Since 2014 she has been a practitioner of the Body Weather technique.

Nina Gühlstorff works as a director, curator and festival director. She studied theater directing in munich and has created several experimental and research based theater productions across germany as well as abroad.

Author and theater critic Jürgen Berger writes for several national publications. He also curates international programms and writes for theater, dance and performance.

Liza Magtoto is a Filipino playwright, scriptwriter, feature writer and editor best known for the plays »Game of Trolls« and »Care Divas«. Her work has won numerous prizes.

Ute Bageröhr studied acting in Leipzig and worked at theaters in Chemnitz, Frankfurt, Berlin and Heidelberg among others. She is currently engaged at Staatstheater Karlsruhe.

Ziggy Has Ardeur is a singer, songwriter and producer. He composes music for theatre, the Berlin Fashion Week as well as the series "How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast)" in collaboration with Konstantin Gropper.

Wolfgang Sautermeister is a visual and performance artist, curator and peadagoge. He has directed several inclusive performance and theater projects and is also a co-founder of zeitraumexit.

Ricard Walter studied ethnology and works as researcher and performance artist. She is a member of the artist collective Rampig.

Antje Velsinger works as a freelance choreographer and researcher between Hamburg, Cologne and Frankfurt. She studied contemporary dance and theatre science in Berlin, Gießen and Hamburg. Her work was performed at Mousonturm Frankfurt, Tanzhaus NRW, Kampnagel Hamburg, Sophiensaele Berlin, Zagreb Dance Theatre, among others. Since January 2015, she is a scholar of the PhD programme »Performing Citizenship«.

Krõõt Juurak and Alex Bailey are artists and performers working and living in Vienna. They received their MFA from the Sandberg Institute of Fine Arts in Amsterdam. Their work has been shown internationally.

Olivia Hyunsin Kim studied choreography and performance in Gießen and Frankfurt. Her latest works include »Miss Yellow and Me – I wanna be a musical« (2018) and »Say My Name, Say My Name« (2019).

Oblivia, founded in Helsinki in 2000, are an international performance collective around the Artists Annika Tudeer and Timo Fredrikson. Their theater work has been shown and produced internationally.

Amanda Piña is a mexican-chilenan-austrian artist. She studied theater anthropology and dance in Barcelona, Salzburg and Montpellier. She lives in Vienna where she runs an art space and the prodcution platform nadaproductions.

Eleonora Herder and Inga Bendukat are artists and activists working with the artist collective andpartnersincrime and ada Kantine in Frankfurt/Main.

David Weber-Krebs is an artist, theater maker and researcher based in Brussels. His theater work is presented internationally. In 2017 he created the performance »Guardians of Sleep« at zeitraumexit.

Bureau Baubotanik was founded by Oliver Storz and Hannes Schwertfeger in Stuttgart. It seeks to integrate the biological processes of our natural surrounding into architecture.

Matriarchale Volksküche was founded by Sabrina Schray, Surja Ahmed, Marcela Majchrzak, Kristina Arlekinova, Jessica Lipp. It creates events that combine dinner and discussions around the ecological and political implications of food and labour.

Companie M is an association of artists from the fields of dance, performance and music based in the Rhein-Neckar-Region.